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Managing Technology: Twittery Jitters

July 2, 2009 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Shared approach provides IT tools when they're needed and cuts costs when they're not. Dan Luxenberg, a program analyst at the Food and Drug Administration, is responsible for the popular FDArecalls Twitter stream. Since January, he has been posting an average of four tweets (short messages of no more than...

Twittery Jitters

July 1, 2009 Shared approach provides IT tools when they're needed and cuts costs when they're not. Dan Luxenberg, a program analyst at the Food and Drug Administration, is responsible for the popular FDArecalls Twitter stream. Since January, he has been posting an average of four tweets (short messages of no more than...

Infomania

May 4, 2009 FROM NEXTGOV arrow As participatory government brings an onslaught of public comments online, agencies will need the right tools to make sense of it all. In 2008, the General Services Administration had 214 million interactions with U.S. citizens through its nine Web sites, RSS feeds, e-mail alerts and call centers. GSA expects that...

Infomania

May 1, 2009 As participatory government brings an onslaught of public comments online, agencies will need the right tools to make sense of it all. In 2008, the General Services Administration had 214 million interactions with U.S. citizens through its nine Web sites, RSS feeds, e-mail alerts and call centers. GSA expects that...

Unlocking Ideas

April 8, 2009 Great ideas often get trapped in federal bureaucracies, but cutting-edge agencies are tapping into next-gen Web technology as the key to unlocking the power of information sharing. Government chief information officers, public affairs offices and knowledge management shops are embracing social media tools to foster idea sharing, enhance collaboration with...

Managing Technology: Unlocking Ideas

April 3, 2009 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Informed agencies use social media to brainstorm without exposing secrets. Great ideas often get trapped in federal bureaucracies, but cutting-edge agencies are tapping into next-gen Web technology as the key to unlocking the power of information sharing. Government chief information officers, public affairs offices and knowledge management shops are embracing...

Unlocking Ideas

April 1, 2009 Informed agencies use social media to brainstorm without exposing secrets. Great ideas often get trapped in federal bureaucracies, but cutting-edge agencies are tapping into next-gen Web technology as the key to unlocking the power of information sharing. Government chief information officers, public affairs offices and knowledge management shops are embracing...

Safe Bets

September 15, 2008 IT initiatives likely to go on in some form or another no matter who wins in November. Many federal information technology initiatives are likely to continue in the next administration because industry and government trends-not politics-are driving them. Cybersecurity threats keep multiplying. Citizens and interest groups are demanding better ways...

Will you use IPv6?

May 1, 2008 FROM NEXTGOV arrow RELATED CONTENT: Article: At Defense, the time for IPv6 is now Article: IPv6: The Next Internet Map: Moving to the Next-Generation Internet Agencies are ready for the next-generation Internet, which could revolutionize the delivery of public services. But will they take advantage of it? For 25 years, the federal government...

The Next Internet

May 1, 2008 Agencies are ready for the next-generation Internet, which could revolutionize the delivery of public services. But will they take advantage of it? For 25 years, the federal government has led the world in advancing what many consider to be the greatest communications innovation of our time: the Internet. But now...