Blog series originally posted at DK Web Consulting.
In today’s blog on Government communication with Hispanics via Facebook, we will look at three main things; (1) which Facebook tabs are popular, (2) how many tabs do US Government agencies use, and (3) do these Spanish-language pages use third-party applications to post. For those of you who missed it,…Continue
Added by Eric Diaz on February 4, 2013 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Blog series originally posted at DK Web Consulting.
With traditional marketing taking a backseat to digital for many companies, the way government communicates with the public is shifting too. Government agencies are taking cues from the private sector and turning to social media to reach the public. In this report, we review in…Continue
Added by Pat Fiorenza on January 24, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
Just got off the phone with my partners Dr. Saltzberg and Epipeline for next Tuesday's webinar. We have a great drill down on the landscape for the 2013 government year as well as the impact of some of the recent tax legislations on your business. Register Now at:http://www.publicsectortechnologyexchange.com/This_Months_PSTE_Webinar.html
Added by James Baker (Jimmy) on January 18, 2013 at 1:41pm — No Comments
As a high school graduate, nothing made more of an impact on my life than my days of Youth In Government. There were debates to be had and friends to be made as we made our way into senior year. However, once I graduated, I found a stunning lack of the interest in my peers at University. No clubs on campus even gave hint to having a connection with government (besides the typical "Students for Republicans" or "Blue Student Society"). What I was looking for was an opportunity to serve my…Continue
There seems to be a preconceived misconception that graphic design is for music bands hulled up in a garage, coffee shops looking to make a few extra bucks, or simply reserved for the "hipster" crowd. If I were to walk into a school of art and design and ask "Would you ever design for a government agency?" the response would be "No, the 'man' is too mainstream."
As not only an art and design student, but as a sport club treasurer and adventure leader, I am here to say, there…Continue
Many students I talk to do not realize the huge opportunity they have with respect to government health administration careers. In fact, the Veterans Health Administration has an annual budget of $46 billion and nearly 300,000 employees. Obviously a huge portion of the government. Nevertheless, the Veterans Health Administration provides assistance through administration and management of many different VA facilities such…Continue
Added by Alex Ryan on January 14, 2013 at 10:12pm — No Comments
Just after the new year, the Washington Post advertised a recent study showing that an increasing amount of world leaders are taking to Twitter to increase their reach to nationals, 140 characters at a time. While this new report from the Digital Policy…Continue
Happy New Year everybody!
Hope you've had a lovely holiday and looking forward to the new 2013. We accomplished and overcome many things in 2012. We survived the end of the world, celebrated the Queen's Jubilee, hosted the London Olympics and (most…Continue
Added by Liz Azyan on January 8, 2013 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Calling all data owners, policy formulators and apps developers:
The submission portal for individuals and organizations interested in participating in the 2013 Health Datapalooza IV is now open! Want to present your organization’s app or product at the two-day event dedicated to showcasing the meaningful use of health data? Have an interesting perspective on a hot topic dealing with health data? Submit your…Continue
Added by Steven Randazzo on January 8, 2013 at 10:36am — No Comments
The IBM Center’s newly-released “Next Four Years” Resource Center updates its 2009 Presidential Transition materials for new political appointees. But it offers more in the way of other good government imperatives that will challenge leaders tomorrow.
There are six “go to” topics in the IBM Center’s Resource Center for incoming new political appointees as well as for veteran career…Continue
Added by John Kamensky on January 3, 2013 at 3:45pm — No Comments
4th Annual List Recognizes Products that Raised the Bar for Technical Excellence In 2012
Belkin, a trusted leader of customer-driven computing solutions for office, IT infrastructure and mobile environments, announced today that its Advanced Secure DVI-I KVM switch has received a 2012 Product of the Year award from CRN in the Security category. Products on this 4th annual list were selected based on their ability to offer technological innovation, opportunity, and…Continue
Added by DC Nelson on December 18, 2012 at 5:07pm — No Comments
Added by Andy Blumenthal on December 13, 2012 at 11:54pm — No Comments
Obama’s first term in office brought in innovative technology leaders like Todd Park, Bryan Sivak and Vivek Kundra, to name a few. With his reelection, we can expect four more years of their and others’ continued work in the space of government data. But what does that really mean? We at…Continue
Added by Andrea Spillmann on December 11, 2012 at 12:17pm — No Comments
“Remember that a person's name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.”
- Dale Carnegie
Government employees spent a lot of time in meetings. Stepping up your game at these meetings is not hard. When you do, it can have a positive effect on your career and can make meetings fun.
People have crafted all kinds of cool ways to…Continue
The explosion in the amount of data generated each year has led many leaders in the public sector to re-think how they collect, store, and analyze data. Numerous government agencies are using analytics, to help sort through all of that data and gain insights that will ultimately help them improve upon the work that they're doing.
Analytics can be defined as “the extensive use of data, statistical and quantitative analysis, explanatory and predictive models, and fact-based…Continue
Added by Ami Wazlawik on December 10, 2012 at 2:23pm — No Comments