Gov 2.0 Expo is a conference and tradeshow designed to showcase the real-world application of Web 2.0 technologies in government and municipal sectors. Gov 2.0 Expo features a practical program that teaches government employees and contractors how to apply technology best practices to government programs, and introduces new companies to the government market. Co-produced by O’Reilly Media and UBM TechWeb.
Danah Boyd ; (Microsoft Research), "Connecting with Communities"
Virginia Hill (NIH Clinical Center), "Using Web 2.0 Tools to Engage Students in Health Discussions"
John Ohab (OMNITEC Solutions, Inc. | US Department of Defense, Public Web), "You've Been Scienced: Communicating Military Science and Technology with Social Media"
Jeffery Guin (NCPTT), "Advancing the Future of America's Heritage with Organic Online Communities"
Denice Ross (Greater New Orleans Community Data Center), "An App We Can Trust: Lessons Learned in Post-Katrina New Orleans"
Jeff Jonas (IBM Entity Analytics), "Spear Phishing the Masses: When Open Data is Dark"
Scott McIlnay (Department of the Navy), "Building Trust and Partnerships in Horn of Africa: U.S. Navy Maritime Civil Affairs Team Uses Facebook to Build Trust Among NGOs"
Jay Parkinson (The Future Well), "Healthcare Needs a Redesign"
Todd Park (Health and Human Services), "How Open Data Can Improve America's Health"
Mary Davie (General Services Administration), "Smarter and Better Acquisition"