Three days of talking, workshops, panel discussions and more are the agenda for the second CityCamp Raleigh where private citizens, companies and goverment leaders will mix it up in search of ways to make Raleigh a better place to live.

The “camp” opens on Friday afternoon with panel discussions and continues with what the organizers call the “unconference” on Saturday and Sunday where ideas will be debated.

One of the ideas that was formed at the 2011 event turned into the fast-growing Triangle Wiki. (Read details here.)

A winning team and idea will be selected Sunday afternoon, its reward being a $5,000 cash prize.

Friday’s schedule:

The Government Perspective, 1:30pm

  • Lori Bush, Cary Town Council At-Large Representative
  • Charles Duncan, Editor, Raleigh Public Record
  • Andy Krzmarzick, Community Manager, GovLoop
  • Gail Roper, Raleigh Chief Information and Community Relations Officer, City of Raleigh
  • Moderator: Mitchell Silver, Chief Planning & Development Officer and Director, Raleigh City Planning

The Business Perspective, 3 pm

  • DeLisa Alexander, Chief People Officer, Red Hat
  • Jimmy Goodmon, VP/GM, Capitol Broadcasting New Media Company (WRAL)
  • Heather LaGarde, Technology and Innovation Advisor, IntraHealth International & IntraHealth OPEN
  • Matt Miszewski – SVP, Global Public Sector,
  • Moderator: James Sauls, Center for Economic Development

Lightning-talk Session, 4:30pm

  • Jeff Mooney, SeeClickFix
  • Kevin Curry, Code For America
  • Todd Barr, Alfresco
  • Reid Serozi, Triangle Wiki
  • Charles Mangin, Pressure Pen
  • Mary Ann Baldwin, Innovate Raleigh
  • Matt Tomasulo, Walk Raleigh/Walk [Your City]
  • Moderator: Ryan Boyles, Ignite Raleigh

A “happy hour” follows.

The “unconference” begins at 9 a.m. Saturday where attendees will shape the agenda.

On Sunday, teams will collaborate to find a solution to a civic issue.

For event details, read here.