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Excellence in Government Conference

Photos from the 2010 Excellence in Government Conference, which was held at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. Federal News Radio broadcast live from the event.

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Excellence in Government Conference
About 300 federal employees attended the latest Excellence in Government Conference Series at the Ronald Reagan Building. (Photo by Robin Newton)
Excellence in Government Conference
Federal News Radio broadcast live from the conference. Engineer Brian Oliger and Federal Drive host Tom Temin coordinated efforts before conducting interviews. (Photo by Robin Newton)
Excellence in Government Conference
Federal Drive host Tom Temin reviews his notes before the broadcast. (Photo by Robin Newton)
Excellence in Government Conference
Todd Park, Chief Technology Officer at the Department of Health and Human Services, talks with Federal Drive host Tom Temin about the agency's successes with open government tools. (Photo by Robin Newton)
Excellence in Government Conference
Richard Boly, Director of the Office of E-Diplomacy at the State Department talks with Federal Drive host Tom Temin about social networking. (Photo by Robin Newton)
Excellence in Government Conference
Darren Ash, Deputy Executive Director for Corporate Management at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, talks with Federal Drive host Tom Temin about transparency and government. (Photo by Robin Newton)
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