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Digital Government: Building a 21st Century Platform to Better Serve the American People

Press Release | The White House | May 23, 2012

The White House just released a Presidential Memorandum on "Building a 21st Century Digital Government." The Presidential Memo was coupled with the release of a Digital Government strategy document and web site with more detailed information. Visit the Digital Government web site. Read More »

Driving innovation with Open Source

Clarice Africa | Asia-Pacific FurtureGov | May 23, 2013

For the last ten years, Estonia has been ranked as the ‘Best of the Best’ for e-government applications by the United Nations. Sikkut said part of their success can be attributed to the use of open source in projects such as: e-health; e-police and e-justice; national citizens and business portals; e-procurement; document exchange systems; and digital culture portals and systems. Read More »

President Obama’s Tech Gurus Are Coming To TechCrunch Disrupt

Gregory Ferenstein | TechCrunch | May 9, 2012

We’re thrilled to announce that two of President Obama’s technology gurus, Todd Park, the US Chief Technology Officer, and Steven VanRoekel, its Chief Information Officer, will be joining us on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt NYC on Wednesday, May 23... Read More »

Tech in Obama's 2013 Budget Proposal: Still High Hopes for Gov 2.0

Sarah Lai Stirland | techPresident | February 14, 2012

The $16.7 million is far lower than the $34 million per year that the administration had allocated for e-government initiatives in 2009 and 2010, but it’s more than the $12.4 million that congressional appropriators approved late last year for fiscal 2012. The administration and open government advocates had to vigorously fight off appropriators’ efforts to slash the funds for e-government initiatives during last year's budget battles.

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