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The Government 2.0 Club and government 2.0 camp — collaborators collaborating around collaboration

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Collaborators collaborating around collaboration — what a concept. That is essentially what the newly created Government 2.0 Club is — and the Government 2.0 Club is holding an event — the Government 2.0 Camp. The marvelous thing about the event is that it is being created by people who care about this stuff — by the attendees. People refer to it as an un-conference.

The remarkable thing is that the event — held Friday and Saturday, March 27-28, 2009 in Washington, DC — is sold out. All 500 slots are filled. The price is right — free. People can still be added to the waiting list by clicking here.

Today on Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, we spoke to Peter Corbett, the CEO of iStrategy Labs, talking about the club… the event… and how it all works. Hear our conversation here.

You can get more information about how all of this works from this video.

And much more information about the Government 2.0 Club can be found at government20club.org … You can also get more information about how to follow the Government 2.0 Camp here … and after the break.

Government 2.0 Camp group on Facebook
Government 2.0 Camp user on Twitter (use #gov20camp as your tag for tweets related to this conference)
#gov20camp attendee Twitter username list is here (fill it out!)
#gov20camp on group Govloop
#gov20camp group on Linkedin
#gov20camp volunteer’s area on Google Groups (Please join and lend a hand!)

Written by cdorobek

February 25, 2009 at 1:21 PM

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  1. Thanks for posting this, Chris. The end of March can’t get here fast enough!

    chrishemrick

    February 25, 2009 at 2:07 PM

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