Video of my October 2010 presentation at TEDxGotham about how we can engender a new era of efficiency in government by building share platforms. Inspired by the concepts in Lisa Gansky’s new book The Mesh.
I’ll be giving a number of invited presentations this Fall, focusing on what we’ve learned by executing our Open Senate initiatives in New York State, and how these lessons apply to the potential to open up and streamline other government entities. Broadly relevant themes and lessons learned relate to use of Gov 2.0 technologies, open-source software, cloud computing, open data publishing standards, and more efficient management and sharing of information assets intra- andinter-government.
Sept 10th, Startup Weekend NYC, “Start Gov 2.0 Startups!”
Oct. 15th, TEDxGotham: “Mesh Government to the Rescue”
Oct 26th, Open Data Working Summit, “Open Senate”
Oct 27th, GOSCON, The Government Open-Source Convention: Executive Open Data Round Table: The State of Open Government (keynote)
Oct 27th, GOSCON, The Government Open-Source Convention: “How to Root Your Agency”
Nov 3rd, GovLoop New York City “GovUp”
Nov 5th, New York City Technology Forum: “Crowdsourcing and Social Collaboration Tools”
Nov 7th, The Great Urban Hack: “Let Them Eat Data: Creating Civic Benefit from Open Government Data”
Nov 9th: Drupal Business Summit, New York: “Using Drupal to Open Up the New York State Senate”
Nov 16th: NYS Forum Cloud Computing Working Group Kickoff Meeting (co-Chair)
Nov 17th: US GSA International Open Data Conference: “Open Government Sites – Where Have We Been and Where We Are Going”
Nov 18th: Drupal Business Summit, Washington DC: “Using Drupal to Open Up the New York State Senate”
Video of my interview with Joshua Hoffman at the Gov 2.0 Summit today in DC:
More than 150 people convened in Albany on August 19th and 20th for CapitolCamp 2010, to conduct an open and frank full-day discussion about how to build a more transparent, efficient, and participatory State government by leveraging “Gov 2.0” technologies. Co-hosted by the New York State Senate and the Office of the CIO of New York State, CapitolCamp 2010 was broken into two days: a developers summit and an unconference. Here’s video of the morning introductory session for the CapitolCamp unconference; my remarks about CapitolCamp and the work of the NYSenate CIO Office start 59:30 minutes in:
My June 21, 2010 testimony to the New York City Council regarding Council bill Int. 029 regarding opening up New York City’s government data online… My bit begins at the 6:30 minute mark:
9 minute video interview from Gov 2.0 Expo in June 2010 on Internet Evolution TV regarding our open government work in the New York State Senate:
My O’Reilly interview at Gov 2.0 Expo in DC last week; please excuse the choppy quality, which seems to cut out 3-5 words every 30 seconds or so!
Radio interview after Drupalcon about our NYSenate work on open government / Gov 2.0 with open-source, Drupal specifically: listen here.