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Following along at this morning’s AFCEA Bethesda’s Government 2.0 session

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chapter_logoI mentioned that I will be at AFCEA’s Bethesda, MD chapter this morning hearing about government 2.0. They have a remarkable panel. They have Navy CIO Robert Carey, the first CIO blogger and the person who spurred the first government Web 2.0 policy… NASA Goddard CIO Linda Curetin, who is an avid blogger — a CJD must read — and has become one of the most innovative thinkers out there… and then Peter Alterman, GSA’s Deputy Associate Administrator for Technology Strategy, Office of Governmentwide Policy.

Frankly, it is too difficult for me to live-blog, Twitter and take decent notes so I can talk about it on Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, so… I’ll be taking notes… and you can read those — remember they are my notes, so… but you can read them here. Federal News Radio’s Jason Miller will also be there and will be reporting back this afternoon as well. I may also be posting on Twitter using #AFCEA.

Written by cdorobek

January 14, 2009 at 5:57 AM

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  1. Chris I am here and don’t want to miss you this time! I am at the back corner to your right!:)

    goldy kamali

    January 14, 2009 at 8:36 AM

  2. […] bloggers — and I have — they have learned a whole bunch. Earlier this month at the AFCEA Bethesda breakfast about government 2.0, Carey said his blog allows him to open a conversation. While he said he doesn’t get nearly […]


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