Posts Tagged: OpenGov

Do You See Spiders? Making Government Data Truly Open

In addition to publishing downloadable data and open interfaces, government needs to learn from successful commercial websites and bring their “Deep Web” data to the surface. I have posted some thoughts on this on my personal blog: Do You See Spiders? Making Government Data Truly Open I’d appreciate feedback, either here or in my blogRead… Read more »

Feedback Survey for Participants in the Open Government Dialogue

A number of organizations in the field of public engagement (NCDD, IAP2, Everyday Democracy, AmericaSpeaks and others) are collaborating on evaluating the Open Government Dialogue and provide recommendations to the Obama administration. They put together this survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=eTvTvChVronq9O_2fZwwCbBQ_3d_3d It’s open to all participants and will be live through August 14. I’ve shared some additional thoughtsRead… Read more »

5 Tips and Tools to Check Out Before You Go to the Open Government & Innovations (OGI) Conference NEXT WEEK!

The Open Government & Innovations Conference, “OGI” for short, is jam-packed with world-renowned speakers, cutting-edge research and real-life case studies (you can see the details in all of their glory here). Whether you work in the public or private sector, you’re going to learn a ton and make dozens of contacts. To make sure thatRead… Read more »

Sweet Gov Tweets 06.09.09 – 06.10.09

I am back again, this time re-incarnated as Sweet Gov Tweets. To catch up, I am posting two days worth of tweets, so this post is a little long. Before I took all of the RT’s out, it was War and Peace Cordially, Caroline (aka @WiiPigSooie) justinbangs: #Gov20 in Action! Stakeholder comment processes on #publichealthRead… Read more »

Please Add Your Voice to the OpenGov Discussion

UPDATE: June 8, 2009 — – flooding the OpenGov website… As OpenGov moves out of the safe area of discussions within groups of us (that basically agree with each other) and into the harsh light of the more public forum, the road ahead gets strewn with rocks, roadblocks and attempts to divert attention away fromRead… Read more »

Voting Now Open for Open Government and Innovations Conference

The deadline for submissions of topics and panels has passed and voting on the submissions is now open from May 12 through May 22. Timelines May 11: Submit proposals by 5:00 pm EDT May 12:Voting Opens May 22: Voting Closes Individuals whose abstracts are selected for the Open Government and Innovations Conference program will beRead… Read more »

Government Open Source Conference DC Call for Speakers is open

Okay, I’m taking Steve’s advice and copy/pasting from my wordpress blog…. But first, little background: The OSU Open Source Lab has been producing a non-profit Government Open Source Conference on the west coast since 2005. Last fall Viveck Kundra and Aneesh Chopra were two of our keynotes. We’ve been asked to bring this to theRead… Read more »

“Sweet GovTweets” Tues 21 April, 2009 edition

Apologies for errors in advance: @securityinfo: Google, AT&T and Twitter executives visit Iraq http://tinyurl.com/cxt8zq #polc09 #gov20 #opengo @debategraph: Slides prepared for yesterday’s Politics Online panel on public debate http://bit.ly/16I3BA #polc09 #gov20 #opengov #edemcamp @sairy: For everyone interested in online politics, check out #polc09 conference feed – great info – wish I could be there! #p2Read… Read more »