G2R so far
The weekly program format has been running for three years and will soon hit one million downloads. Typically we have featured a brief news roundup for the week followed by an in-depth interview with a tech leader, civic innovator or public sector practitioner from federal, State or Local government.

Gov 2.0 Radio has covered events from the State of the Union to the first Gov 2.0 Camp. We have reported live from the launch of the World e-Government Organization in Seoul and the annual UN World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) in Geneva through to weekend hackathons and local events such as CityCamp Raleigh.

Who have we talked with?

From Tim O’Reilly and Craig Newmark, to the CEOs of startups Yammer, UserVoice and SeeClickFix; from Lovisa Williams and Mark Drapeau in DC to John Tolva in Chicago, Nicholas Skytland in Houston, to Jay Nath in San Francisco and Chris Vein in… Seoul! Not to mention Alena Popova in Moscow. You can find these episodes through our Gov 2.0 Radio tags list.

We’ve talked about…
  • e-Government
  • Government 2.0
  • Open Government
  • Innovation in government
  • Leadership
  • The civic space
  • Technology tools and strategies
  • As well as profiles of people, city initiatives, organisations and country programs.



Some of our more popular content has included
  • Social media
  • Mobile tech and devices for government
  • Apps and holding code-a-thons
  • Open data



All Gov 2.0 Radio content is now searchable by the above categories, open and available for download FREE.

You can also find the Gov 2.0 Radio archives on iTunes, and subscribe there for free as well.