And then did a search for the term "GOV 2.0"... ran across this:
The call for presentations has been extended for Gov 2.0 Expo to January 6, 2010.
Government 2.0 involves changes in policy and revolutions in technology that fit together to improve government missions - and perhaps even invent new ones. Government 2.0 embodies the spirit of transparency, collaboration, participation, and innovation. It is about empowering government employees to serve citizens better and about opening up the government into a platform that enables citizens to better help their communities.
* Policy - rules and laws that govern what can and cannot be done * Technology - Gov 2.0 hardware, software, and other mechanical inventions * Challenges - obstacles stemming from policy, technology, or other barricades * People - possibilities, challenges, and realities of working with and in government