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Posts Tagged: government 2.0
What I didn’t realize before starting my first managerial position was how much the role of a manager equals teacher.
New supervisors, team leaders and managers are in need of practical leadership advice that they could apply immediately.
I’d encourage all young professionals across all levels of government to leverage the power of video to get their message across and to have leaders at all levels share their insights and advice.
The global reach of the Internet makes it more imperative that communicators from every industry and organizations of all sizes create multi-lingual websites. Meeting your web audience in their language has never been more important. All aspects of translation and localization—from development and design to content creation and project management—are much more manageable these days. Translation Management Software (TMS) coupled with Content Management… Read more »
Successful government websites are consistent, accessible, and current. Surprisingly though, many sites lag far behind today’s communications standards, missing the most important goal: serve the public well.
Why haven’t more social intranet initiatives succeeded at federal agencies?
There is a petition on the We the People website asking for a paid Holiday Friday November 27, 2015. Please take a moment to sign it if you are so inclined.
GSA is making it easier than ever to use one of its flagship portals, GSA Advantage!, with the addition of GSA AdvantageSelect: a money saving program that makes shopping for pre-competed IT commodities easier and faster.
Having a great idea on paper has never won anyone an award. If you want to move your project forward, and potentially get more money in your budget, it has to move out the idea stage, through the R&D lab, and get into the hands of potential customers. In a couple words, you need to… Read more »