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Rebuilding Government

A Government, News and Technology podcast
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As regulatory battles rage over data privacy and monopoly laws, we often think of Silicon Valley and Washington D.C. as separate worlds. Yet nothing could be farther from the truth. Historically, technologies like silicon chips and the Internet
Civic life in America is on the decline. In the past few decades, trust in the media and politicians has decreased dramatically. Adults volunteer less often, and kids are less likely to take a civics class in school. It’s not that people don’t
Today on Rebuilding Government, I’ll be chatting with Rachel Dodell, the Executive Director of Coding It Forward, and Nik Marda, a Stanford student and 2019 Civic Digital Fellow, about bringing young technologists into government. We all know t
Today, I'm talking to Rohan Pavuluri, founder and CEO of Upsolve, a legal aid nonprofit that helps Americans file for bankruptcy for free online. Bankruptcy is central to the American economy. The option of a financial fresh start has empowered
*Today's guest is Frederick Hutson, the cofounder and CEO of Pigeonly, a simple, affordable way to stay in touch with those incarcerated. * Frederick talks about how expensive it is to communicate with loved ones in the corrections system and h
Today's guest is Zac Bookman, the cofounder and CEO of OpenGov, a cloud platform that supports government budgeting, performance, communications, and reporting. Government accounting probably isn't something that we think about too often. It mi
America is facing a crisis of trust in government, and there are good reasons why. But unless we're willing to engage and rebuild these powerful systems, we can't solve the planetary-scale challenges facing us today. Rebuilding Government is a
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