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Who's Talking the Most?

Social Media is being utilized to improve citizen engagement in a number of agencies. Our guide, The Social Media Experiment in Government: Elements of Excellence Highlights the new and exciting ways that agencies are accomplishing this. If you haven’t done so already, I would recommend taking a look at this guide and see the experimentation going on with social media. Another great resource to look at regarding the use of social media in government is…See More
Apr 26, 2013
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Dylan Coleman posted a blog post

Sequestration & Social Media

 Well, sequestration is in our midst and there isn't much that we can do about it. By now I’m sure you all have heard the many consequences sequestration will likely bring: Furloughs, longer lines at the airport, prison lockdowns …See More
Mar 7, 2013
Dylan Coleman liked Stephen's blog post 'An Open Letter to The Sequester'
Mar 5, 2013
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The Armed Forces Leading the Charge in Facebook Likes

Government’s move toward better utilization of the web in hopes of increasing citizen engagement isn’t exactly a new pursuit. It’s a rather old one in truth, however that doesn’t mean it’s going away anytime soon. Now more than ever government is looking for new ways to improve internet presence and open new channels of communication. Fueled by Obama’s Open Government and the increasing influence of social networking sites, government agencies will look toward 2013 with more enthusiasm than…See More
Feb 20, 2013
Andrew Krzmarzick commented on Dylan Coleman's blog post 'The Armed Forces Leading the Charge in Facebook Likes'
"Lots of emotion / devotion coming from the folks who like these pages - mothers, fathers, wives, siblings, etc. who are supporting their loved ones who are away...and citizens who have a strong sense of patriotism. NASA is the outlier among the Top…"
Feb 20, 2013
Dylan Coleman posted a blog post

The Armed Forces Leading the Charge in Facebook Likes

Government’s move toward better utilization of the web in hopes of increasing citizen engagement isn’t exactly a new pursuit. It’s a rather old one in truth, however that doesn’t mean it’s going away anytime soon. Now more than ever government is looking for new ways to improve internet presence and open new channels of communication. Fueled by Obama’s Open Government and the increasing influence of social networking sites, government agencies will look toward 2013 with more enthusiasm than…See More
Feb 19, 2013
Dylan Coleman liked Bryce Bender's blog post 'Government, Take Notice: Google+ Overtakes Twitter as 2nd Most Used Social Media'
Feb 5, 2013
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Feb 1, 2013
Dylan Coleman liked Stephen Peteritas's blog post 'If The Government Did A Super Bowl Ad What Should It Be?'
Feb 1, 2013
Dylan Coleman liked Dannielle Blumenthal's discussion "Federal Managers Retain Wrong Employees" - True?
Feb 1, 2013
Dylan Coleman liked Kate M. Long's blog post 'Ravens or 49ers? Who has the Analytics Advantage?'
Feb 1, 2013
Samuel Lovett liked Dylan Coleman's blog post 'Exposing Government'
Jan 30, 2013
Megan commented on Dylan Coleman's blog post 'Exposing Government'
"I think we need to reinvigorate OpenGov in general.  From a recent thread on Twitter:   Luke Fretwell@lukefretwell @digiphile Whatever happened to the @opengov Twitter account? Half a million people follow and ... Retweeted by Megan…"
Jan 30, 2013
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Jan 30, 2013
Andrew Krzmarzick commented on Dylan Coleman's blog post 'Exposing Government'
"Great overview of this organizational name change, Dylan (and Chris!). Thank you."
Jan 30, 2013

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Dylan Coleman's Blog

Who's Talking the Most?

Posted on April 26, 2013 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

Social Media is being utilized to improve citizen engagement in a number of agencies. Our guide, The Social Media Experiment in Government: Elements of Excellence Highlights the new and exciting ways that agencies are accomplishing this. If you haven’t done so already, I would recommend taking a look at this guide and see the experimentation going on with social media.



Another great resource to look at regarding the use of social media in government is…

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Sequestration & Social Media

Posted on March 7, 2013 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

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The Armed Forces Leading the Charge in Facebook Likes

Posted on February 19, 2013 at 1:30pm 1 Comment

Government’s move toward better utilization of the web in hopes of increasing citizen engagement isn’t exactly a new pursuit. It’s a rather old one in truth, however that doesn’t mean it’s going away anytime soon. Now more than ever government is looking for new ways to improve internet presence and open new channels of communication. Fueled by Obama’s Open Government…

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Exposing Government

Posted on January 29, 2013 at 4:00pm 2 Comments

In his first term of office President Obama pledged to shed light upon the shadow of our veiled government. To bring transparency to the executive branch.

He issued policies that added greater exposure of government documents though new mediums. Although initially successful, Obama’s …

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