Posts Tagged: OpenSF

Building Gov 2.0 Community in San Francisco

We’re excited about a fresh new look for OpenSF, a team blog dedicated to innovation, collaboration and transparency in San Francisco government. OpenSF was originally launched by Jay Nath, director of innovation in the City’s Department of Technology, and his team members were the primary contributors. For about a year, I’ve been writing regularly for… Read more »

Gov 2.0: A Meme Moves Mainstream

Re-posted from FogCityJournal (check there for links) – Re-imagining government got a little easier with the election of President Barack Obama last year. But thirst for civic revival is certainly not new, and neither is the concept of “Government 2.0,” the subject of an inaugural bureaucrat and Web geek-fest this week over in D.C. However,… Read more »

Kicking off Gov 2.0 Club San Francisco!

From OpenSF – The Gov 2.0 movement celebrated two great milestones at 111 Minna in downtown San Francisco last night: the birth of Gov 2.0 Club San Francisco, and the one-year anniversary of GovLoop, the “Facebook for Government.” Around 100 people from local and federal government and private sector tech, innovation and social media backgrounds… Read more »