Gov 2.0 Enters the Mainstream on NPR and the AP

Alex Howard | O'Reilly Radar | December 1, 2011

Regular Radar readers know that "Gov 2.0 has gone local," as local governments look for innovative ways to use technology cooperatively with citizens to deliver smarter government.

This week, NPR listeners learned more about the open-government movement around the country when the Kojo Nnamdi Show hosted an hour-long discussion on local Gov 2.0 on WAMU in Washington, D.C.

You can listen to the audio archive of the program and read the transcript at...