Innovation Dot Gov: Designing Democracy for the Age of Networks

A session at SXSW Interactive 2011

Tuesday 15th March, 2011

9:30am to 10:30am (CST)

Former White House Deputy CTO and Open Government leader addresses how to use technology to design smaller and smarter government for the 21st century. Bringing innovation to the public sector doesn’t require new legislation or new budgets. It requires changing the default way of working from closed to open.

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Beth Simone Noveck

Law Prof and former US Deputy Chief Technology Officer (2009-2011). Author, Wiki Government. bio from Twitter

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15 attendees

  • Beth Simone Noveck
  • Dominic Campbell
  • Greg Berry
  • Hillary Hartley
  • jasonhall
  • Jenn Gustetic
  • Larry Lieberman
  • Loulia Miller
  • Randy Mah
  • Reinier Ladan
  • Jon Phillips
  • TH Schee
  • Stephanie Fletcher
  • William Eggers
  • Steven Randazzo

12 trackers

  • Bev Godwin
  • Alex Howard
  • havi hoffman
  • Gregory Cornelius
  • James Weiner
  • Jeremy Carbaugh
  • James Stewart
  • Karin Ackerholm
  • Kevin Koehler
  • lovisa
  • Robbie Clutton
  • Simon

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Time 9:30am10:30am CST

Date Tue 15th March 2011


Room 9ABC, Austin Convention Center

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