Posts Tagged: Peter

We Need Solutions in the Next Four Years: What Can the Book ‘Little Bets’ Teach Us?

With the election behind us, what will President Obama’s approach to our nation’s problems be? One way to think about government innovation is through the lens of “Little Bets,” a book about the creative process written by Peter Sims. He was a keynote speaker at GovDelivery’s event “Digital Government: The Transformative Power of Communications.” Sims’… Read more »

Persistent Cookies for Government: Making Sites Citizen Friendly

On Friday, June 25, the White House Office of Management and the Budget changed the rules for federal Internet sites. Memorandum m-10-22 “establishes new procedures and provides updated guidance and requirements for agency use of Web measurement and customization technologies.” In issuing the new guidelines, OMB Director Peter Orzag wrote, “The central goal is to… Read more »

Media 2.0 Must Follow Fed 2.0

Earlier today, Steve (@govloop), tweeted that he’s a late early adopter, which makes him a government innovator. Heritage media works the same way, often adapting to trends just as they change. I know, because I worked in small and mid-size news orgs for seven years, as an editor and reporter. I started a work-related blog… Read more »