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The Office of the Inspector General at the State Department examined social media use in 22 foreign embassies.
Where will you be when Twitter and the Hatch Act collide? Where SHOULD you be? We ask attorney Bill Bransford.
Soldiers and sailors, have no fear. You can keep Tweeting, at least for the rest of this yea
The Defense Department is giving the OK for Twitter, Facebook and other social media use within the services.
The Air Force wants to create a whole unit of non-existent identities on social media sites.
How often do you post to Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites?
J.J. Green, WTOP's national security correspondent
David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times
Collaboration tools like Twitter have allowed agencies to communicate directly with constituents. For the State Department this week, the constituents have been the people and governments in the Arab world.
The Coast Guard's Capt. Dan Taylor and Christopher Lagan explain how social media is changing the way the Coast Guard is handling its IT acquisition strategy.