Posts Tagged: govloop

In The Government We Trust: How GovLoop Helps Restore Faith & Inspiration to the People

I came across @GovLoop’s tweet a couple of weeks ago on Twitter regarding a poll that was taken and discussed in a paper called, “In Public We Trust” I couldn’t help but check it out. I think being one of the few (maybe only) GovLoop members who is not in fact a Government employee, itRead… Read more »

iampublicservice.org – Submit Your Story Today

My job as a civil investigator for a metropolitan City Attorney’s Office means seeing the best and worst of citizens and government employees. Happily, it often involves rooting out abuse and fraud. I’ve done everything from helped inspect homes owned by hoarder-clutters overflowing with old computer parts, to raiding massage parlors in an operation toRead… Read more »

Three Challenges for Mainstreaming Gov 2.0

adrielhampton.com – When you think of challenges to moving government towards more collaboration, openness and direct democracy, you may think of issues like institutionalized resistance to interagency sharing, legacy laws blocking Gov 2.0 uptake, or some other roadblock to adoption. I don’t think those barriers are as big as we think. But three features alreadyRead… Read more »

Facebook (GovLoop, too) is for Everyone; Twitter is Not

from www.adrielhampton.com After using Facebook and Twitter at high volume for a few months, I’m ready to say it: one has universal appeal, the other most decidedly does not. I like both, but I have to take a strong position against folks who think everyone should be on Twitter. Everyone should not be on Twitter.Read… Read more »