Posts Tagged: E-Gov

Please participate in (short) time-sensitive Arvada/Boulder CMS survey

The cities of Arvada, Colorado and Boulder, Colorado recently entered into an MOU to “co-develop/enhance” a PHP-based web content management system originally developed by Arvada IT staff. This innovative product is both feature-rich and social media focused. The city of Boulder will be using the CMS in its new website design scheduled to go live… Read more »

Implementation of the Digital Government Strategy

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… Read more »

State of the Net Conference. Does Government “Get It?”

The OGTV family is spending its morning at the State of the Net Conference held at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill. The event is presented by the Advisory Committee to the Congressional Internet Caucus. This morning, our Director of New Media, a political and government social media strategist, Stephanie Noble had a quick breakfast… Read more »

e-GOTV. Is it Real? Digital Strategies for e-Political Campaigning

Is e-GOTV a reality? What politicians, municipalities, or government agencies are doing it best? Last year, Ingrid Koehler wrote about Paden Noble’s work for Newark, New Jersey Central Ward Councilman, Darrin Sharif, in her piece “Social beats cash: a local campaign case study”. We appreciate that she credits us with the first use of Foursquare,… Read more »

E-Gov Resources on Native Americans and Tribal Issues

On the Government Info Pro… Thanks to Kathy Kelly, MSLS, C.A. for this Government Info Pro guest post: E-Gov Resources on Native Americans and Tribal Issues. Read on… Numerous government agencies at all levels and citizens need information to handle issues related to the rights and needs of Native Americans and tribes. Below are some… Read more »

Free Access to the Digital Government Society of North America’s E-Government Master Library

The Hokie Guru will step outside of his normal realm of sports and entertainment and provide some awesome information. One of the most incredible e-government resources that I’ve ever seen is now available to everyone on the planet. The Digital Government Society of North America made its E-Government Master Library (version 5.0, dated May 2009,… Read more »