Posts Tagged: mostcomment

Meet the President? Yes, You Can…SAVE Him Some Money

Flash back to the GovLoop retro archives: President’s SAVE Award – Sounds Wicked Cool That was my blog post one year ago when I heard about President Obama’s new project that invites Federal employees to share money-saving ideas. Then this week, the White House sent me an email asking if GovLoop would help to promote… Read more »

Hiring Reform: Skype’s the Limit

Originally posted to Unleash the MonsterBy Joyce Ceconi There is a lot of excitement and anticipation for how agencies will be revamping their hiring practices after the recent Presidential mandate to make the hiring process faster and easier. This week, we want to give kudos to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) for its use of… Read more »

When Was the Last Time Your Intranet Empowered Anyone?

This post originally appeared on AIIM’s Enterprise 2.0 Community Blog.Think about your Intranet for a moment (stop groaning) and answer the following questions. When was the last time: Someone spent their own money to purchase promotional items to help build awareness and get more people to participate? Someone voluntarily put the name of the Intranet… Read more »

Remember the Alamo! 7 Lessons for Winning the Gov 2.0 Revolution

I just finished delivering a luncheon keynote for the Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers (TAMIO) 2010 Conference under the title “Remember the Alamo: Winning the Fight for Social Media.” Since the Alamo’s just a few miles down the road from Austin – and because we find ourselves in the midst of a revolution of… Read more »

The “Getting Started with Government 2.0” Guide

A slightly more graphically intensive version of this post originally appeared on my external blog, “Social Media Strategery.” In the last few months, I’ve received an increasing number of “hey Steve, how would you recommend someone get started in social media or Government 2.0?” emails, and I’ve gotten tired of sending out the same emails… Read more »

Opening Up GovLoop So More Awesomeness

What if more government rockstars could find and join GovLoop? That’s the question I’ve been mulling over the past few months. You’ve probably seen the forum and blog posts from Community Manager Andy K: Should OpenGov Spark OpenGovLoop? Open GovLoop? You Decide. Your response was overwhelmingly positive to this idea of “opening GovLoop.” I would… Read more »