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February 26, 2009
GSA looking at common tools to analyze comments
How social media can improve information sharing and collaboration during public emergencies.
Commander of the Combined Armed Center at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas says he blogs regularly and encourages others to do so; training manual wiki pilot program to be rolled out July 2.
RFP asks vendor to survey more than 3,000 citizens to gauge how the government is meeting user needs. Survey to see if Web 2.0 really is an important approach.
How you can overcome them at your agency -- and why you should even bother in the first place.
Agencies are increasingly using Government 2.0 technology to get their jobs done.
New information sharing portal will be similar to A-Space and C-Space, but focused for non-analysts or collectors to share information across the intel community.