Focusing on six words: Helping government do its job better’s most read items for the last week of February 2009

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The most read items for the last week of February 2009…

3125936268_d71b8a90a1_oBefore getting to the list, just a reminder that it is 10 days until the Federal News Radio Book Club talking about the book What Would Google Do? by Jeff Jarvis — you can tune in on Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s In Depth with Francis Rose on Friday, March 13 at 2p ET. (You don’t have to be anyplace for the Federal News Radio Book Club — other then to tun in on the radio — and send along your questions about the book and we’ll discuss them on the air.) More details can be found here.

Meanwhile… the top items for the past week…

  1. Vote for the title of the IAC government 2.0 session @ FOSE — and you can still register for the FREE session by following this link.
  2. OMB’s ‘those-who-shall-not-be-named’ — Kundra and now Noveck
  3. The Government 2.0 Club and government 2.0 camp — collaborators collaborating around collaboration
  4. Tracking — many questions from agencies … and Virginia’s stimulus Web portal garners 1,861 suggestions
  5. Anatomy of a CTO false alarm, but… but a CTO hint maybe?
  6. The vexing agency recovery issue — and remember, the transparency has never been done
  7. Godspeed to GSA legend Nancy Potter
  8. Navy out with one of the first Web 2.0 policy memos
  9. GSA administrator — a nominee just around the corner? Or will Prouty stay around?
  10. 02.12.2009 Obama CTO reader: Will we ever see appointments?
  11. VA brings transparency to stimulus requests — and we hear from a Obama CTO candidate?
  12. Godspeed Valerie Wallick — a public servant who was dedicated to improvement
  13. More buzz around the new acting GSA administrator
  14. Another White House score: GSA’s Bev Godwin… and insights on why there is an announcement backlog
  15. FCW’s 2009 Federal 100 Awards
  16. NAPA’s Collaboration Project helps with government 2.0 policy and legal issues — highlighting the problems and starting the work on solutions
  17. The Kundra appointment: What does it mean?
  18. The OrszBlog — the OMB director re-joins the blogosphere
  19. FCW’s Fed 100 Awards: Recognizing the good work done by people… nominations open for the annual award program
  20. Welcome to 44 — President Barack Obama… and a new White House blog!
  21. Friday fun — “Everything’s amazing, nobody’s happy”
  22. UK gov 2.0 lessons learned: Britian’s Power of Information Taskforce Report (beta)
  23. Worth watching: PBS’s Charlie Rose interivew with Mark Andreessen
  24. HUD CIO Lisa Schlosser to join to EPA
  25. Another coup for Cisco: Paul Brubaker?
  26. Learning about more the 2009 Fed 100 winners: EPA’s O’Neill and McCaffery win
  27. Hear the Navy CIO talk about the Navy’s Web 2.0 policy
  28. begins testing out comments
  29. HHS’s asks for help — and gets more than 100 responses
  30. Speaking to HHS about government 2.0: The liner notes

Written by cdorobek

March 2, 2009 at 6:24 AM

Posted in DorobekInsider

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