It’s been 2 years since the president issued the Open Government Directive, a policy that not only required executive departments and agencies to draft open government plans, but to update them...
Personnel and voting material distribution could be improved in DoD voting assistance programs.
Cable news is the most commonly-viewed source of news of the Republican primary, says the Pew Research Center. In findings released Feb. 7 of a poll conducted Jan. 4-8 among 1,507 adults (with a...
Real-time awareness provided by social media can be used to hurt as well as help the military, said Rand Waltzman, a program manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's information
The White House hosted a " hangout " on Google+ Jan. 30 in the latest social media engagement from the president. Questions for the president varied significantly from those he typically...
A State Dept.- endorsed campaign of small donations made via cell phone to Haiti following the January 2010 7.0 magnitude earthquake there spurred a wave of mostly impulsive donations, finds a Jan. 12
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Nevada will soon use an online chat tool, following the model of Arizona and New Mexico bankruptcy courts. The two courst have featured clearly-marked chat tools on their
The federal government, you may have noticed, really believes these days in making its websites mobile-device friendly and is big into social media. This isn't a bad thing, but it is perhaps an
Social media and use of cell phones for purposes other than talking typically is the province of rich countries and the young, finds a 21-country poll conducted by the Pew Research Center. The polls
The Army now considers social media use an important part of its communication strategy, whether day to day or during times of crisis, such as responding to the earthquake in Japan and tornadoes in