Win a pass to the Gov 2.0 Summit

The Gov 2.0 Summit being held Sept 7-8 in Washington D.C. promises to be another excellent chance to learn new ideas that could help improve government. “Opening the Door to Innovation” is the event’s theme, and innovators from government and the private sector will come together to highlight technology and ideas that can be applied to the nation’s great challenges in areas as diverse as education, health care, energy, jobs, and financial reform.

Speakers include Deloitte’s John Seely Brown, General Keith Alexander from the NSA, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, Harvard’s John Clippinger and June Cohen from TED conferences (see full list).

This is a can’t-miss event. So how would you like to attend for FREE?

As a media partner for the event, GovTwit is giving away two passes to Gov 2.0 Summit and entering is super-simple.

Here’s what you need to do to win:
First, if you aren’t already connected to GovTwit on Facebook, hit the Facebook “Like” button in the widget at the right on this page; second, simply follow @GovTwit on Twitter and ReTweet the following message:

I just entered to win a pass to #Gov20 Summit. Follow @GovTwit, the gov social media directory, and RT to win! Rules:

That’s all there is to it.

You gotta hurry, though, the contest ends Sept 3, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern! Winners will be selected and notified via Twitter direct message Sept 4, 2010 from random drawing of all participants (which means, stay a follower until that time or you can’t get the DM). Prizes consist of pre-paid registration codes for Gov 2.0 Summit (Two winners to be selected); travel and any expenses not included. Contest is open to everyone, limited to one entry per person.

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