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Don’t Miss Government 2.0 Camp

Government 2.0 Camp is the unconference about using social technologies (aka web 2.0/social media tools) to create a more effective, efficient and collaborative U.S. government on all levels (local, state and federal).

Government 2.0 Camp is the inaugural event of Government 2.0 Club, a newly-launched national organization that creates opportunities for government, academia and industry to share ideas and solutions for leveraging social media tools and Web 2.0 technologies to create a more collaborate, efficient and effective government.

There are already a lot of great attendees including the organizing committee of Maxine Teller (@mixtmedia), Peter Corbett (@corbett3000), Mark Drapeau (@cheeky_geeky), and Jeffrey Levy (@levyj413).  You can view the event details as well as take a look at who’s already signed-up on the Government 2.0 camp event page.

This is a don’t miss event!

When
Friday, March 27 (7pm Happy Hour) – Saturday, March 28, 2009 (8am-8pm)

Where
Washington, DC, venue TBD.

Government 2.0 Panel Discussion

On January 14th, Steve Raddick will be moderating a Government 2.0 panel discussion at the next Social Media Club of DC meeting.  The panel participants include some of the DC-area’s top Government 2.0 insiders – Chris Dorobek, Steve Field and Mark Drapeau.  They’ll discuss the overall government strategy and what the potential roadmap for 2009 looks like, how government agencies and contractors have collaborated so far, what works and what doesn’t, how to harness the collective intelligence of people to contribute to government, and what’s next in the relationship between social media and government.   If you’re interested in attending, make sure you RSVP!

BlogPotomac 2009 to Feature Great Minds

BlogPotomac 2009 will be held on the second Friday of June this year (June 12) at the State Theatre.  Like last year, 2009’s line-up features seven sessions from some of the sharpest minds in the business including this year’s keynote Shel Holtz ace Political Blogger Shireen Mitchell on Government 2.0 and political blogging.


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