Tuesday, October 19, 2010 - By Sid Burgess - No comments
Manor.Govfresh was a fantastic experience. Innovators from all over America shared and learned about better ways of leveraging new technologies to benefit cities and citizens. Great minds from small towns, creative ideas from industry gurus, and plenty of friendly networking made for a productive weekend -- SeeClickFix was honored and excited to be part of it. But you don’t have to take our word for it -- this nifty video was published by Manor New Tech High, which they put together to capture attendees’ thoughts and insights.
Guess who scored a quote in the video about open government and communication -- our own Kam Lasater, who represented SeeClickFix at Manor. Kam mentioned how great it was to see the concepts of Gov 2.0 getting talked about: “It’s not that open government is new, or that Gov 2.0 is new,” he commented. “It’s that those conversations were always happening -- and now we’re seeing them published everywhere.”
Preach it, Kam -- open government means accountable, accessible government. And that’s what SeeClickFix is all about.
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