Posts Tagged: gov20

“Sweet GovTweets” Wed.01 April, 2009

@ldodds: Nice 2 see the @rww article about Connected Commons ( Wonder what #opengov people can create? #talis #talisplatform @you2gov: Here is my reaction blog to the excellent #Gov20Camp this past weekend in DC. Are you Citizen 2.0 yet? #opengov @johnmark: GeekPAC submitted “GeekTrack” to @sunlightlabs Apps for America contest: #opengov #geekpac @adrielhampton:Read… Read more »

“Sweet GovTweets” Tues. 31st March, 2009 edition

Apologies for errors in advance: @nishachittal: Well this is interesting: a livestream from the White House? Brings whole new meaning to transparency: #opengov #gov20 @cjoh 33 entries into Apps for America. Awesome. #opengov #gov20 #p2 @mikemathieu: Wondering why the ROI of lobbying is so high. Should Congress get incentive pay? What would theRead… Read more »

Are you a social media practitioner, advocate, or enthusiast?

The Social Media Subcouncil is developing a volunteer Speakers Bureau to help spread the word about social media in government. We’re looking for input and feedback on the materials we’ll be using to solicit speakers. We’re also sharing drafts of the content that will eventually appear on the Speakers Bureau website so that we canRead… Read more »

“Sweet GovTweets” Mon 30 March, 2009 edition

Apologies for errors in advance: @gov20camp: Government 2.0 Camp Recap and Next Steps: #gov20camp #gov20 @adrielhampton: Politicians on Twitter #gov20 #opengov @web20blog: White house Open for Questions made into wordles. #gov20 @CityHallReport: Montreal Mayor Tremblay’s party has launched a web consultation on its election campaign #gov20 @subbob: Currently using Twitter, inRead… Read more »

“Sweet GovTweets” Sun 29 March, 2009 edition

@dslunceford: Missed #gov20 radio today with @govloop, @dslunceford talking to brains behind @tweetcongress? Download @govloop: Stream/Download Gov20 Podcast with @TweetCongress on and #gov20 #govloop @adrielhampton: All #gov20 needs is leaders. A thousand flowers are blooming, and no regime can stop social media. @adrielhampton: Twice as many GOPers are using Twitter in CongressRead… Read more »

“Sweet GovTweets” Sat. 28th March, 2009

Apologies in advance for errors (gov20camp stuff not included) @you2gov: Have you seen Open Government in action complete with cutting edge Government 2.0? #gov20camp #opengov @jdp23: SF Mayor @GavinNewsom blocks critics on Twitter, has more. @blogswarm @theLeagueSF @sfscribe who else? #p2 #gov20 @lyne_robichaud: @ForumAuthority’s goal is to establish a community, and offerRead… Read more »

“Sweet GovTweets” Fri. 27th March, 2009 edition

Apologies in advance for errors (gov20camp stuff not included) @ed_dodds: Road Map for Financial Recovery: Radical Transparency Now! #gov20camp #honda #opengov #gov20 #xbrl @silanthia: Online townhall from whitehouse is online. No prescreen for questions. Todays was on economy. #ofq #opengov #gov20 @myerman: What if citizens created a usable, friendly Austin city govt wiki?Read… Read more »

“Sweet GovTweets” – Thurs 26th March, 2009

Apologies in advance for errors: #ALI @mbado: jason anthoine of Cohesion is presenting on putting tools into practice at #ali. very practical advice @mbado: Anthoine: The foundation of employee engagement is centered around employees thinking, feeling and doing. #ali @moiramcg: At #ali workshop led by @ariherzog and @krazykris: measuring impact of social media and determiningRead… Read more »

“Sweet GovTweets” – Wednesday 25th March, 2009 edition

Apologies for errors in advance: Social Media & Govt’s conference #ALI @johnstauffer: Great post from @kellyobrien about the vibe in room this versus last during the Social Media & Govt’s confr #ali @mbado: Use enterprise 2.0 to connect people, information and ideas– breaking down those “cylinders of excellence” #ali @kellyobrien: #ali BAH’s Christy Cunningham:Read… Read more »

How should we collaborate?

As the Social Media Subcouncil continues working to develop strategic social media recommendations and guidelines, questions regarding practical social collaborative models have emerged. After considering several options, the Social Media Subcouncil has arrived at four possible collaborative models we can use to deliver recommendations and guidelines to the Federal Web Managers Council: • Social MediaRead… Read more »