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The city of Chicago is taking private-public app contests a step further - instead of simply offering up data, Chicago is also offering up help throughout the app development process.
The websites for the Fiddlin' Foresters - the official U.S. Forest folk band - and one for desert tortoises are a couple of websites that could be on the chopping block in the White House efforts to cut wasteful spending.
The blunder earlier this month from a Secret Service Twitter feed has raised cautionary flags for other feds.
In open government, dumping information on a website is useless if the users cannot quickly understand what the information means for them.
Some apps developed through Washington, D.C.'s Apps for Democracy contest are discontinued because of lack of data. Could the same happen to apps based on federal data due to cuts to the e-government fund?
Sunday night's news of the death of Osama bin Laden proved that people have established Twitter as a source for news - and sometimes their first source for news. But is the microblogging service influential enough for agencies to establish positions to oversee Twitter accounts?
State Department is moving its new internal social media network from its beta phase.
A deep cut to the e-gov funds for government transparency websites could impact collaboration between agencies and with the public.
Agencies are offering mobile applications to the public.
Agencies are increasingly using social media in their work. But platforms like Facebook and Twitter offer challenges to records management.