CityCamp Colorado 2012

CityCamp Colorado 2012

Details of CityCamp Colorado 2012:
The 3rd Annual CityCamp Colorado unconference was held on Friday, October 26, 2012, in the Atrium of the Wellington E. Webb Building of the City and County of Denver.

We brought together people like yourself to share ideas to enhance government transparency, citizen participation, and accountability, which will support more informed, healthy, livable communities.

We built on the success of the Code for Communities Hack-a-thon and other exciting developments in the tech and civic communities in Colorado.

Denver Startup Week and CityCamp Colorado

We partnered with Denver Startup Week to host the social track breakfast. At 9, we kicked the day off right with coffee and inspiration with Ignite CityCamp Colorado. This, was our third ignite, celebrated ideas and innovations that are transforming our communities. We had eight presenters provide thought fuel for our day. Ignite CityCamp Colorado has made every other camp one of a kind and this year will continue to raise the bar!

A Unique Venue Meant a Unique Camp

The Webb Atrium is a wide open public space, which made for an engaging and accessible camp. Because of the nature of the space, we ran two tracks: one with programed speakers, demos, and panels (on the main stage), and a second unconference track.

2012 CityCamp Colorado Schedule

8:00 – Registration

8:30 – Denver Startup Week Breakfast & Networking

9:00 – Ignite CityCamp Colorado – list of presenters

10:00 – Remarks from Denver Councilwoman at-large Robin Kniech

10:15 – Remarks from Denver CIO Chuck Fredrick

10:30 – Roadmap 2013 – OpenColorado and Code for Communities will announce the 2013 agenda

11:00 – How Gov 2.0 Can Improve Customer Service – Sid Burgess from DotGov

11:30 – Denver’s Peak Academy – Scotty Martin, Business Process Improvement Manager

12:00 – Lunch

1:00 – Demonstration of – Code for Communities App Winner

1:15 – Demonstration of OpenBike – Code for Communities App Runner-up

1:30 – Demonstration of Colorado Data Engine

1:45 – Demonstration of CityCycle

2:00 – Unconference Update

2:15 – Demonstration of Bill Track 50

2:30 – Break

2:45 – Unconference session

3:15 – Demonstration from Denver’s Excise and Licensing Department’s new electronic services

3:30 – Demonstration of Colorado Information Marketplace Mobile App

3:45 – Unconference Update, Next Steps, and Closing

See the full line-up of presenters.

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