Add candid pictures of first dog Bo and White House-animated GIFs to your list of things to check out when surfing the Internet. The White House is expanding its social-media presence, joining a host of other agencies on Tumblr today.
While many leaders understand the importance of social media, they may rely on their public affairs specialist
or social media manager to assist with their social media efforts. Here are 7 tips from the U.S. Army that will help you maintain a leader’s social media presence.
U.S. Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon to explain the federal government information technology budget request to his followers.
The Department of Interior received social media love on Monday as BuzzFeed featured its 45 favorite photos from the department’s official Instagram page.
Kathy Conrad, principal deputy associate administrator for the Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies at the U.S. General Services Administration, discusses what she’s working on with FedScoopTV.
The most pressing issue for Internet freedom today is surveillance, not only state sponsored, but increased monitoring by private companies, said Andrew McLaughlin, former U.S. deputy chief technology officer, at the 10th Tech@State symposium on Friday.
In the past month, the U.S. General Services Administration’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies has released a set of baseline social media metrics for the federal government, a social media application programming interface and is looking into privatizing parts of FedRAMP.
As part of Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative to reduce childhood obesity, the White House announced today a collaboration with the popular social media site and leading U.S. media companies to help Americans find healthy recipes.
Not everyone wants or needs a Valentine, but if the recent holiday has left you longing for love, Washington may be among the best places to search for it.
The Department of Energy hosted a Google Hangout Thursday on open government data and its role in fostering entrepreneurial opportunity.
The U.S. General Services Administration released two major social initiatives on Tuesday: a set of baseline social media metrics for federal agencies and a federal social media registry application programming interface.
Emmy award winning journalist Angie Goff is known for her expertise in social media, but if you read the NBC 4 anchor’s popular blog Oh My Goff, you know this community-minded mom has a very full life off-camera and off-line.
As part of the launch of his newly-published book, Citizenville, California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom wants public leaders and civic innovators to commit to a “Government 2.0″ challenge and help reinvent government through technology.
On the agency’s pinboard, GPO will share historic photos, videos, productions and government publications.
President Obama tackled sequestration in his weekly YouTube address, saying the measure would be a harmful to the nation’s economy and military.
Ever wonder how the Department of Veterans Affairs Blue Button works? Well, lucky for you, there are some people on YouTube to tell you about it in a number of creative ways.
The office of the Navy’s chief information officer released tips for protecting personally identifiable information on social media.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is seeking a director of digital media engagement. The job pays between $123,758 and $155,500 per year and is open for applications until Feb. 1.