Aspen Extra: Wiki Government

Friday, August 07, 2009

Beth Simone Noveck, Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer and author of Wiki Government: How Technology Can Make Government Better, Democracy Stronger, and Citizens More Powerful, discusses how the Obama administration is trying to use technology to increase transparency.


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Comments [2]

Darek from Union, KY

Poor Beth. The Administration has back-walled her and her "open-government-through-transparency" beliefs to a back-alley, bureaucratic tasks while it appoints czars and performs (disasterous) economic "miracles' behind closed doors. She should quit immediately and telephone Ralph Nader.

Nov. 17 2009 10:16 AM

what a crock! Transparency for banks and brokerages. I have faxed and emailed the SBA and White House over the last 6 months while desperately trying to get an ARC loan as part of the recovery and have yet to get any kind of response. So I slowly go under. At least with the GOP you know they are lying to us but the Dems claim transparency but lie anyway. I want a do-over

Aug. 07 2009 11:36 AM

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