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How can millennials make a difference in their local governments? In an interview with GovLoop, the cofounders of A Functional Democracy discussed how millennials can engage with their governments in a creative manner.
Social media can keep us connected and informed. But as federal employees, we need to understand where to draw the line between personal use and official responsibility.
Let’s take a look at just a few ways Pokémon Go could have an impact on our work in the government arena.
Here are a variety of tools your agency or organization can use to increase voter engagement.
Do you have a creative and effective government program or initiative, or know of one that deserves recognition? If so, Harvard’s Innovations in American Government Awards are now seeking applications for our 2016-2017 award cycle. Administered by the Ash Center at Harvard Kennedy School, the Award is given to programs that serve as examples of… Read more »
Civic engagement has become a word to describe anything in government that touches the citizen. The modern civic engagement we are imagining moves in the opposite direction.
Civic engagement is a bad brand. If we’re to capture the attention of more people, we need to change its brand for the better.
Understanding online behaviour In March, the results of research into how New Zealanders manage their online identity were published by Professor Miriam Lips, the first Professor of E-Government at Victoria University of Wellington. The research revealed some interesting aspects of online behaviour. To start, you’ll want to check out the report, which is titled “Kiwis… Read more »
AmeriCorps, one of the national service programs under the Corporation for National and Community Service, is what I (and others) like to call “the domestic Peace Corps.” AmeriCorps is volunteering and making a difference right here in America – in your hometown, in your neighborhood, with the people and organizations in your communities who are… Read more »