Federal Computer Week – Gov 3.0

The September 7th issue of Federal Computer Week has an interesting article titled Gov 3.0: The Future Revealed in 7 Lists on page 10. The 7 lists are:

The one surprising ‘deficiency’ is that the lists do not include urls to the resources identified.

The entire issue is available at Federal Computer Week

Update: In researching links, I found through FedScoop that the article is also available as a web page with links, but I am having repeated problems with timeouts attempting to open it.

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Sam Allgood

10 blogs on the government IT beat

  1. TechPresident – Blog about candidates’ and President’s use of technology
  2. DorobekInsider – FCW’s former editor-in-chief
  3. Input – Blog on the government marketplace
  4. Municipalist – Government’s use of Web 2.0
  5. MuniGov 2.0 – Exploring government collaboration via technology
  6. Free Government Information – Making government information freely available
  7. The Health Care Blog – Everything you always wanted to know about the Health Care System, but were afraid to ask
  8. Sunlight Foundation – Join the Transparency Movement
  9. Generation Shift – Paving the path for the next generation of public servants and non-profit innovators … by GovLoop member Andrew Krzmarzick
  10. Transformation in the Federal Sector – Transparency, information use, and enterprise architecture in the federal sector
Sam Allgood

Top 10 most prolific agencies on YouTube (by number of videos) (with updated counts)

  1. Defense Department – 2,102 Videos, 833 Subscribers
  2. White House – 430 Videos, 81,627 Subscribers
  3. NASA – 362 Videos 24,808 Subscribers
  4. State Department – 309 Videos, 2,743 Subscribers
  5. Library of Congress – 199 Videos, 4,232 Subscribers
  6. Federal Emergency Management Agency – 194 Videos, 1,523 Subscribers
  7. HHS – 134 Videos, 300 Subscribers
  8. FDA – 144 Videos, 1,463 Subscribers
  9. USDA – 78 Videos, 84 Subscribers
  10. Veterans Affairs Department – 62 Videos, 1,108 Subscribers
Ari Herzog

That list of federal bloggers is a joke, considering we’re already 10 days into September and Linda Curteon is the only one of seven who posted an entry. Casey Coleman is very insightful when she writes, and Chris Kemp hasn’t written anything since May!

Which begs the question: What was FCW thinking when composing that list?