Opening access to information could bring significant benefits to citizens services. Focus Washington TechView spoke with the city of San Francisco chief information officer Chris Vein who explains us how his city is developing innovations solutions to achieve open government-related applications, such as crime mapping. As an example, Vein walks us through the concept of how two developer mothers created a listing of services for activities with their children, such as best parks to go with their kids, best schools, best services for their kids, etc. It is a mommy application that shows that the opened information can make real changes in the lives of its citizens. And the city is now working with other cities to further this vision. For more information about the Gov 2.0 Expo, visit http://www.gov2expo.com/gov2expo2010.
Focus Washington: Rich Masters, Democratic Strategisthttp://focuswashingto.wpengine.com/2008/09/29/focus-washington-rich-masters-democratic-strategist/
Rich Masters appears on the premier episode of Focus Washington to discuss the Obama campaign. Focus Washington is an online television series that analyzes complex policy issues in entertaining 2-minute to 5-minute Webisodes. The program […]
Dr. Ron Faucheux, local pollster previews the Presidential Debate
In ths edition I disscuss the first presidential debate with well-known pollster Dr. Ron Faucheux. Dr. Faucheux was a founder of Campaings and Elections magazine and is well respected around the polling community.
Quin Hillyer of the Washington Examiner
With the election around the corner and only five days left, I sit down to discuss the final hours of the 2008 Presidential campaign with Associate editor of the Washington Examiner and columnist for the […]
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