• ESRI
  • Google
  • Nokia
  • Yahoo! Inc.
  • AND Automotive Navigation Data
  • earthmine
  • First American Spatial Solutions
  • NAVTEQ
  • Waze
  • Google
  • NAVTEQ

Sponsorship Opportunities

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Government Data and Gov 2.0

Location: California

Through censuses, satellites and surveys, the US Federal Government has always been one of the largest generators and collectors of geospatial information. The government has historically made attempts to make this publicly funded data available – sometimes through private purveyors and sometimes through public channels.

President Obama has called for an unprecedented level of transparency and sharing of government information. How can we leverage public/private partnerships to meet the goals of a Government 2.0?

Come join Federal representatives in an open discussion to learn what kind of data is available and what use it might be. And share insight in how to move bureaucracy towards a more transparent social structure.