INgage Networks CEO to Present Role of Social Networking in Government to Florida Legislators

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Harnessing Gov 2.0 technologies to lower costs and improve services.

INgage Networks CEO Kim Patrick Kobza will speak at the 16th Annual TechAmerica Tech Days in Tallahassee, Florida on, “The Role of Social Networking in Government.” Kim will discuss how government can harness knowledge and innovative ideas through social networks to improve government results.

Kim’s insights can be gleaned from the whitepaper, “Embracing Government 2.0: Leading transformative change in the public sector,” recently published by Grant Thornton and FreeBalance.

The whitepaper speaks to how Government 2.0 – which leverages Web 2.0 and social networking technology – is setting a new standard of communication. Government leaders must adapt to the cultural change and learn how to best manage this knowledge transfer, to better serve citizens and improve efficiencies. To download the whitepaper, visit

Kim has over 30 years experience leading business transformation initiatives in the public and private sector. He speaks regularly at national conferences, most recently at the Potomac Forum Gov 2.0 Best Practices Symposium and the Open Government and Innovations Conference, and provides commentary for Federal News Radio.

WHO: Kim Patrick Kobza, CEO, INgage Networks
WHAT: TechAmerica Tech Days, “The Role of Social Networking in Government”
WHERE: The Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee, Florida
WHEN: Wednesday, March 17, 2010 at 9:45 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

About INgage Networks
Established in 1999, INgage Networks (formerly Neighborhood America) provides award-winning enterprise social software and services that enables organizations to collaborate online with their networks of employees, customers and partners to gain real-time intelligence. The company's SaaS solution ELAvate, voted the software industry’s “Best Social Networking Solution,” includes a mobile marketing application, advanced analytics and Social CRM integration to drive actionable results. Visit


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