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[More info, links and social media at gov20radio.com] In a special live recording at the GovInnovate Gov 2.0 Conference in Australia’s capital city Canberra, facilitator John Wells leads a round-up discussion with a panel featuring: Susan Sly, Chief Information Officer, VicRoadsCraig Thomler, Gov 20. Advocate and General Manager Delib AustraliaMary…
 
[More info, links and social media at gov20radio.com] Government Technology Exhibition and Conference (GTEC) is widely regarded as Canada’s pre-eminent Gov-Tech Conference. Thom Kearney and Richard Pietro talk to us about their experiences with the 2013 conference in October and, against that backdrop, discuss how the govtech landscape is shifting …
 
[More info, links and social media at gov20radio.com] The Open Government Partnership is a 60-nation network and growing. After some two years, Australia’s Federal Government has just committed to joining the OGP. We talk with John McMillan, the Australian Government’s Information Commissioner, about what the OGP might mean for a nation well-known …
 
[More info, links and social media at gov20radio.com] The City of Edmonton has launched a Citizen Dashboard on top of their open data catalogue. Ashley Casovan, Edmonton’s Strategic Coordinator for ICT, explains how the initiative is creating new insights for citizens as well as city officials about how the city is performing on delivery of a selec…
 
Last year, on the last day of the HIMSS'11 conference, Richard Boyd of Lockheed Martin Virtual World Labs shared his "Simulation Prescription"; showing how gaming and simulation technology have the potential to further revolutionize health care. One year later, OATV was able to catch up with Richard, now Director of Emerging and Disruptive Technolo…
 
At HIMSS12 in Las Vegas, Open Affairs TV spoke with Phil Fasano, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest not-for-profit health plan and health care provider about some of the technology being contributed to the open-source community by KP. Convergent medical terminology released in 2010, is …
 
Proclaiming "today is the best time to be a healthcare entrepreneur in America", Unites States Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra stood before a room of health IT and business leaders at the HIMSS 2011 Health IT Venture Fair & Strategic Partner Forum. Kicking off the pre-conference panel of government leaders in health IT, management and policy…
 
Steve Holden welcomes guests during his Open Bastion launch in Portland Oregon on February 17th, 2011. Steve announced his move to Portland, the launch of The Open bastion, as well as a call to action for a broad cross-section of the Portland open source, government and technology communities.By Open Affairs Television, LLC
 
On the last day of 2011 Healthcare Information Systems Society's Annual Conference & Exhibition, Richard Boyd, Chief Architect for Lockheed Martin Virtual World Labs, a renown expert in virtual reality simulation for computer gaming, defense and film industries, shared some of his vision about how advances in gaming and simulation technology have t…
 
GOSCON 2010 opened with a general session; "Executive Open Data Roundtable: The State of Open Government". The Roundtable featured state, city and federal leaders exploring the successes and challenges of the open government directive. The roundtable included discussion of the successes and challenges launching their “Open” initiatives, programs in…
 
Sean McSpaden, Oregon State Deputy CIO, spoke with Deb Bryant, GOSCON conference Chair and Public Sector Communities Manager from Oregon State University’s Open Source Lab. McSpaden was attending the 2010 Government Open Source Conference. Bryant initially asked about the state of the Virtual USA Program and the Oregon’s participation in the progra…
 
John Scott, Director of Open Source Software and Open Integration at RadientBlue Technologies, joined Deb Bryant of Oregon State University's Open Source Lab to discuss how open source software and development approaches are used in the US Department of Defense. John is well known for his work for the DoD on the groundbreaking "Open Technology Deve…
 
Dugan Petty, Oregon State CIO took a few minutes at the 2010 Government Open Source Conference to talk with Deb Bryant, Public Sector Communities Manager and GOSCON conference Chair with Oregon State University's Open Source Lab. Petty was on-hand to participate in the opening session, an executive panel on the state of open data, which had conclud…
 
Sarah Schacht, Executive Director of Knowledge As Power, joined Nate DiNiro of Open Affairs Television to talk about the mission of the organization and other details about her career path and the ongoing open government movement. KAP helps citizens become informed and effective in the legislative process with online tools that help citizens track …
 
John Weathersby, Executive Director of Open Source Software Institute joins Nate DiNiro to share some of the details about the mission of his organization, which is to promote the adoption of open source in federal, state and local government. OSSI helps government stakeholders identify and facilitate open source software solutions as a viable busi…
 
Allan explains the conditions which sparked the formation of ForgeRock, largely thanks to the purchase of Sun Microsystems by Oracle Corporation. Allan speaks in depth about the effects the purchase has had on endangering several open source projects and communities, as well as the effect the purchase has had on enterprises that have adopted and re…
 
It's not enough to simply open data and have an API. Government needs to get better at fostering communities around all of it's services. To do this it needs to divest itself of some control and invest in communities that are already working. Curating existing communities around data and services is critical for future success. Can we create a join…
 
In this talk Zack describes a number of official and improvised uses of mobile and urban computing technology he's observed in urban India, especially Bangalore. In some cases a lack of traditional hard urban infrastructure directs people to create informational workarounds, in other cases emerging technology drives non-traditional user patterns wh…
 
Do electeds and lawmakers weigh the importance communication styles differently? What's the going rate for a tweet on the political communications market these days? Do you really know what kind of impact you're making with that petition or form letter? In an advocacy world where everyone's got an opinion to voice, few people know how much weigh is…
 
Rami Kassab is the CEO and co-founder of Typethink, a creative web design and development firm located in the heart of Portland. Rami headed Typethink's initiative to expand into the municipal sector through their custom web application development services. Typethink has since contracted with the City of St. Helens to design and develop a new bran…
 
Laws are a machine, and not a very smart one. Principles are living parts of your mind, and can adapt to new conditions. Accessing laws requires Expensive specialists, Principles are available to the understanding of all. Here we shall challenge the most basic idea of government, the Rule of Law. The goal is to replace the heavy handed mechanistic …
 
Technical and economic benefits of open source software are well documented within the IT world. However, these traits alone are not what has enabled open source to find a home within much of the government's massive enterprise system. This presentation will reveal some of the seldom discussed, yet essential tools and tactics that have directly lea…
 
The GovHub presentation will have an introduction to the general ideals of GovHub and what we hope it will be, and then use 3 roles or characters to describe the problems when governments and open source developers try to work together and how GovHub and other collaboration tools like it can help solve those problems. GovHub partners are Greg Lind,…
 
In addition to his 2010 Government Open Source Conference keynote, David Riley joined us at the conference to talk about details of the CONNECT initiative, with health IT expert and OATV co-founder Jeremy Murtishaw. David outlines the basics of the project, as well as it's acceptance in the health IT community. He also addresses the structure, the …
 
What happens when you combine two risk-taking government employees, an active developer community, and a bus schedule? Unlimited amounts of innovation, improved customer service, praise for an embattled government agency, and a model for building a government/citizen developer partnership. Hear how the Massachusetts Department of Transportation lea…
 
Max Ogden is a developer, open government and CouchDB enthusiast from Portland, OR. One of his recent projects, PDXAPI, is a developer interface to civic geo datasets in Portland, OR. Max recently accepted a position as a Code for America fellow for their inaugural 2011 Code for America fellowship program. Embracing Tim O'Reilly's concept of 'Gover…
 
Skip Newberry serves as Economic Development Policy Advisor to Portland Mayor Sam Adams. A significant portion of Skip's work focuses on developing initiatives to support Portland's software and digital media industries. Last year, Skip's projects included helping to draft the City of Portland's open source procurement and open data policy, which w…
 
Abraham Hyatt is the production editor at the technology news site ReadWriteWeb. He was the creator of the Digital Journalism Portland conference in 2009, and previously worked as the managing editor at Oregon Business magazine. He can be found online at abrahamhyatt.com and @abrahamhyatt on Twitter. Abraham is one of the editors at the tech news s…
 
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