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Move over Facebook and Twitter, there's a new social media competitor making its way through the federal government.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made the announcement in a video.
For the first time in 15 years, U.S. officials have lost their ability to inspect Russian long-range nuclear bases.
State plans to expand role, but might not have the budget.
How is the State Department using technology to build bridges?
A Senate panel probes the government's continued foreign language deficiencies. The Government Accountability Office finds limited progress across several agencies. DHS and DoD are taking steps to increase the number of employees with foreign language skills.
WFED's Jason Miller reports.
Fourteen years ago, Congress passed the landmark Clinger-Cohen Act, creating the job of chief information officer in federal agencies. How has the job changed over the years, and what do today's CIOs think of their role?
The awards are designed to encourage Foreign Service officers to speak out.
The agency, which began their eDiplomacy taskforce in 2002, wants to be able to connect their diplomats around the world. And they're using the power of the Internet to do it.