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FedTalks 2010 :“How Technology Can Change Government.” Oct 12th Washington DC

FedTalks 2010

Tuesday, October 12, 2010 9:00 AM - 7:30 PM (Eastern Time)

Sidney Harman Hall
610 F St. NW
WashingtonDistrict of Columbia 20004

FedTalks 2010,  being held on October 12th at Sidney Harman Hall, will have discussions and mini-keynotes on innovation, open government, new media, engaging citizens, cybersecurity, and more.

Current Speakers list from the organizers :

Arianna Huffington, Editor in Chief, Huffington Post
Alec Ross, Sr. Advisor for Innovation to Secretary Clinton, State Department
- Dr. Peter Levin, 
CTODepartment of Veterans Affairs
Chris Kemp, 
Craig Newmark, Founder of Craigslist
 Gwynne Kostin, Director, Center for New Media & Citizen Engagement, Office of Citizen Services & Innovative Technologies, GSA
- Rob Bole VP, Digital Media Strategy, Corporation for Public Broadcasting

Congressman Jim Moran

Other highlights for the day’s events include music all day from DJ Donald Syriani, “DJ to the White House,” and a performance Go Remy, the “Arlington Rap” comedian.  The day will conclude with a reception party to celebrate FedScoop’s 2nd anniversary.

Register here : ( Free for Govt. $395 for others)


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