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A show that takes the two dullest subjects in the world, government and technology, and makes them irresistibly relevant and undeniably fascinating. (Trust us!) From blockchain and civic-tech startups in smart cities to public policy in a world of autonomous vehicles and always-on AI, GOVTECH 360 covers the collision of tech and the future of states and localities. From the award-winning editors at Government Technology.

Co-hosted by Dustin Haisler, Paul Taylor, Noelle Knell and Joe Morris.

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    • Government & Organizations
    • 5.0, 10 Ratings

A show that takes the two dullest subjects in the world, government and technology, and makes them irresistibly relevant and undeniably fascinating. (Trust us!) From blockchain and civic-tech startups in smart cities to public policy in a world of autonomous vehicles and always-on AI, GOVTECH 360 covers the collision of tech and the future of states and localities. From the award-winning editors at Government Technology.

Co-hosted by Dustin Haisler, Paul Taylor, Noelle Knell and Joe Morris.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Miriam_R_J ,

Great stuff

Good observations here about government and its workforce and privacy issues. The guest chief information officer and chief privacy officer give their unique perspectives honestly, clearly and enthusiastically. They show that government cares about its workers. Government also cares deeply about the citizens’ data entrusted to it. I’ll be tuning in for the next episode!

GrovertheWriter ,

Quick, informative and surprisingly funny

This podcast presents the complex intersection of government and technology in an informative and easy-to-digest way. It’s humorous without meaning to be and provides avenues for listeners to learn more about a topic with the inclusion of links to related online stories.
I found this episode very poignant because of its approach to data privacy concerns. People are feeling less and less safe about their passwords and other personal details when they’re online.
I loved that it had experts explaining their topics to the audience and the follow-up analysis by the hosts. Listeners were able to hear it in depth from the source first, rather than a synopsis, which for the short, commute-friendly format is great.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone in the public or private sector who work in either government or tech. Even hobbyists will take out their earbuds at the end knowing a lot more than they did 15-20 minutes prior!

badenator2 ,

Looking forward to more episodes

A thoughtful consideration of some of the issues government leaders grapple with.

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