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Five Emerging Innovation and Social Media Trends and Why They Matter Now

Social media and a renewed emphasis on innovation is transforming how government agencies operate and how they interact with citizens.

A New York National Guard helicopter surveys the city during the storm.

Regional officials recommend NJ and some NYC federal offices remain closed Thursday

Federal executive boards have tracked Sandy and are monitoring impact outside the capital.

Washington-area agencies to return to normal operations Thursday

For the first time since Sandy hit, government will be fully open.

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper

Intel budget continues decline after post-9/11 buildup

Required public release puts fiscal 2012 governmentwide figure at $75.4 billion.

Governor Chris Christie updates the media on the state of the state after severe weather conditions from Hurricane Sandy at the Regional Operations and Intelligence Center (ROIC) in Ewing, N.J. on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012

Gov. Christie Postpones Halloween in Wake of Hurricane Sandy

Halloween in New Jersey has been cancelled over concerns about public safety.

VA Embraces Risk through Innovation Center

Innovators at VA say embracing status quo more risky than trying new ideas.

Five Things to Learn from Bloomberg About Crisis Communications

The New York mayor was confident in his relaying news to the people of New York.

When it Comes to Preparedness, There’s No Time for Fighting

Sandy showed us preparation is a better plan than luck.

A cyclist rides by a downed traffic sign and the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington Tuesday after the storm.

Washington-area federal agencies reopen after Sandy

Offices in the D.C. region were closed for two consecutive days due to the super storm.

How Do You Measure Performance You Can’t See?

Law enforcement provides some interesting lessons in measuring the unobserved