from howto.gov’s blog:
Building a Better Digital Government
The new Digital Government Strategy released by the White House aims to drive fundamental change in how we manage digital information and services to better serve the American people.
There’s been a robust discussion online about the Strategy and what it means for government–which is itself a reflection on how much the digital landscape has changed. People all across the Web are sharing reactions and ideas about the Strategy, through tweets, photos and word clouds. You can see the compilation of these discussions via Storify, a tool that allows you to aggregate discussions across multiple social media platforms to tell a cohesive story. (To learn more about how to use Storify, see this on-demand DigitalGov University webinar.) http://www.howto.gov/training/classes/storify
More information from FCW
Tips for the digital government strategy
Just a week after the White House released the new Digital Government Strategy, agencies get some pointers on how they can proceed with the approach that could fundamentally change how the entire federal government delivers services to citizens.