OpenGov NYC is an exciting unconference to be held in New York City. This one day event will provide an opportunity for a variety of civicly engaged participants to foster conversations regarding the relation between participation, transparency, and efficiency.
This is third event in a series of annual events hosted by the Open NY Forum. These convening forums are a way of creating a positive and productive space for government workers, technologists, entrepreneurs, and citizens to come together and engage with one another.
The event will be held on Sunday, June 5, 10am to 6pm at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in New York City.
The day will revolve around three primary questions:
Where is "local" Open Government going?
How can we deepen the knowledge of what Open Government can be?
What are the social and technical tools affecting Open Government's development?
This is a must attend for anyone passionate about technology, transparency, and government. Tickets are $15 and you can register here. Be sure to follow OpenGov Camp creators Open NY Forum on Twitter.