Posts By Megan

FICM Lightning Rounds – May 12 @ 2pm EST

Don’t Miss the next FICM Meeting, Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 2:00pm EDT The call will be held via GoToWebinar. Sign up to attend today at: The FICM Webinar supports discussion and information dissemination throughout the Federal Intranet Content Managers (FICM) group. Official information about the FICM group can be found at: ThisRead… Read more »

Federal Intranet Content Managers Lightning Rounds – Today 11 am PDT, 2 pm EST

On March 24, 2PM, Eastern, FICM will be hosting a presentation on a variety of intranet topics and voted upon by the greater FICM community. Check out all of the ideas, comments and votes on the FICM IdeaScale site ( Using a “lightning round” format, FICM Steering Committee and other group members will present forRead… Read more »

SF CIO Heads to White House as Deputy CTO for Innovation

Chris Vein has pioneered open-source and open-data initiatives in the City by the Bay. Now he’s taking his vision for a more transparent and collaborative government to Washington. If you follow Gov 2.0 issues, you’ve heard of Chris Vein, San Francisco’s first-ever CIO, who has spent the last five years leading the charge to moveRead… Read more »

Bridging the Digital Divide at NASA

Citizen Engagement at NASA View more presentations from Nick Skytland. NASA Ames will be hosting a Tweetup February 11, 2011! The event will provide NASA Twitter followers the opportunity to speak with scientists and Center leadership. The Tweetup will include a “meet and greet” session to allow participants to mingle with fellow Tweeps and someRead… Read more »

Scientific Integrity: Fueling Innovation, Building Public Trust

The White House Blog Scientific Integrity: Fueling Innovation, Building Public Trust Posted by John P. Holdren on December 17, 2010 at 02:17 PM EST On March 9, 2009, President Obama issued a Presidential Memorandum on Scientific Integrity emphasizing the importance of science in guiding Administration decisions and the importance of ensuring that the public trustsRead… Read more »

NASA Ranks as Most Social Media-Savvy in U.S., Study Says

If organizations that used Facebook to disseminate their message were actual people, NASA would be the captain of the football team and the class president, the White House would be his cheerleader girlfriend and the the Department of Commerce would be the nerd they both pushed into a locker, according to a new study fromRead… Read more »

FICM Pecha Kucha – 2nd Thurs in Feb 2011 @ 11 am PDT

Federal Intranet Content Managers Lightning Round Presentations Everyone welcome, all sectors of government, civil service, contractor, private sector, int’l, general public, academia, etc. Suggested Topics: What Makes My Intranet Unique, Why I love Social Media, Cool New Social Apps, etc. Meetings will be online via GoToMeeting – 1000 participants max. Use IdeaScale to get ideas.Read… Read more »