Beth Noveck

Beth Noveck
Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Executive Office of the President/OSTP

Beth Simone Noveck is the United States Deputy Chief Technology Officer
for Open Government. She directs the White House Open Government
. She is on leave as a
professor law and director of the Institute for Information Law and
Policy at New York Law School and McClatchy visiting professor of
communication at Stanford University. Dr. Noveck taught in the areas of
intellectual property, technology and first amendment law and founded
the law school’s “Do Tank,” a legal and software R&D lab focused on
developing technologies and policies to promote open government
( Dr. Noveck is the author of Wiki Government: How
Technology Can Make Government Better, Democracy Stronger, and Citizens
More Powerful (2009) and editor of The State of Play: Law, Games and
Virtual Worlds (2006).


Location: Independence Ballroom A Level:
Beth Noveck (Executive Office of the President/OSTP), Andrew McLaughlin (Executive Office of the President)
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Many well meaning outsiders have prescriptions for how to change government, but real change starts with understanding how things actually happen in Washington. Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Open Government Beth Noveck will give us an eye-opening list of ten ways that outsiders can have an impact. And Deputy U.S. CTO, Andrew McLaughlin will discuss One Year On. Read more.
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