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Open Government Conference

“The Open Government & Innovations Conference (OGI) is an interactive event for discussion on technology’s role in President Obama’s call for social media as a conduit for transparency and public collaboration in the government.”

This conference will be held on July 21-22 in Washington D.C. You can see and vote on the proposed session at My.OGI.

Start the discussions that will continue throughout the OGI Conference and beyond through the interactive features at My.OGI. Suggest topics and speakers, submit session proposals, case studies and panel discussions.

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