Website of the Week: GovFresh

More than just a buzzword, it is a new way for all levels of government to operate in an open, engaged manner with the citizens.
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Gov 2.0 is more than just a buzzword; it is a new way for all levels of government to operate in an open, engaged manner with the citizens. But what exactly the push for Gov 2.0 means and how agencies can implement it is a lot harder to delineate. That’s where GovFresh comes in.

GovFresh collects news and resources about developments in Gov 2.0, and spins it out on its website, at conferences and in video and audio podcasts.

Federal, state and local governmental experiences with Gov 2.0, as well as international happenings, are covered, giving a well rounded look at the latest ways governments are using new technologies and networking to perform their public missions.

Be sure to check out GovFreshTV, too, for some interesting takes on cloud computing, crowdsourcing, social networking and other Gov 2.0-related topics from both the governmental and industry sides of the table.

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