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Consultant, speaker, blogger
Paul Gillin Communications
July 13th, 2009
July 8th, 2009
Never before has the Department of Defense been able to deliver, not only their mission, but reasoning behind it to so many. DoD is embracing the use of tools like Twitter and Facebook to reach the next generation of policy makers, recruits and those young men and women abroad who need to understand better the military policies of the United States.
The goal is to make collaboration easier. Site open to all of NASA, but piloted at three centers for now.
Soldiers at domestic U.S. Army bases get access to Facebook, Twitter and Flickr. Top Army IT chief says order is part of an effort to provide more consistent management of networks across all Army facilities.
David Meerman Scott
author, World Wide Rave
March 16th, 2009
(Reairs March 23rd)