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Agencies test new waters in social media

Government officials are exploring outlets from YouTube to Twitter.

From Study says public needs to know more about benefits of health IT

Trade-off between privacy and improving medical care is biggest hurdle for consumers.

From SSA takes lead on joining electronic health records program

Agency will use national network to retrieve medical information on disability applicants in Virginia.

From Final stimulus bill preserves IT spending, with some exceptions

Electronic health records, broadband and agencies' modernization projects receive big money , while some projects hit the Hill's cutting room floor.

From Lawmaker denies online messaging compromised Middle East trip

"Twitterversy" underscores how social networking is outpacing federal guidelines for releasing information.

From Bush's cyber chief calls national security initiative too secret

Greg Garcia says plan to protect major networks was coordinated and effective, but admits DHS could have done more to share information.

From Feds and YouTube close to reaching a deal to post video

Government officials are negotiating terms of service for popular social media sites.

From Agencies used social media to manage salmonella outbreak

Federal health officials relied on widgets, blogs, Twitter, podcasts, mobile alerts and videos to keep public up to date on tainted peanut butter.

From D.C. technology chief would bring innovative approach to e-gov, observers say

Some warn that Kundra will find change in federal government more difficult than at the city level.

From Satisfaction with federal Web sites reaches new heights

Improved marks come as the Obama administration takes office, promising enhanced transparency.

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