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GovTech – Serving Constituents at the Speed of Electrons

This week on Technology Today, we have the great privilege to welcome to the show Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, named the #1 Governor in America by Governing magazine.

Governor O’Malley will talk about how his administration is leveraging technology to improve the delivery of government services and better connect to constituents. He’ll discuss the StateStat and BayStat programs, the CyberMaryland initiative, the InvestMaryland initiative designed to invest in the small and tech-sector businesses that create jobs, as well as technology’s role in leading the state & the country out of recession.

This is an episode you don’t want to miss. Technology Today airs live this Thursdays at 4PM Eastern, 1PM Pacific on the VoiceAmerica Business channel at http://www.voiceamerica.com/voiceamerica/vshow.aspx?sid=1691.

A word about our guest…
Martin O’Malley has been governor of Maryland since 2006. The Baltimore Sun credited O’Malley’s administration with “accomplishing more in one year than most administrations accomplish in four.” The Washington Post observed that Martin O’Malley is a “governor unafraid of government.”

Born in 1963, Martin spent his childhood in Bethesda and Rockville, where he learned from his parents, Tom and Barbara O’Malley, about the fundamental importance of public service. As Mayor of Baltimore City, he helped bring communities together to build a safer, cleaner and healthier city. As Governor, he is applying his knowledge, experience and energy to making State government work again for the people. Martin O’Malley is driven by a belief that all citizens share certain core values and goals, and works tirelessly to unite the State as One Maryland.

Martin and his wife Katie, a District Court Judge, have two daughters, Grace and Tara, and two sons William and Jack.

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July 27, 2010 - Posted by | Episode Descriptions

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