Tumblr is growing in popularity as a blogging platform for federal agencies, and a Tumblr executive explains why.
Efforts to assess the federal CIO's successes and failures are complicated by the reality of the federal IT bureaucracy.
It's time for DHS to tap into social media's proven ability to provide valuable information in a crisis, writes consultant W. David Stephenson.
Federal executives, vendors and other interested parties can join crowdsourcing discussions online about federal mobile computing.
The White House will hold Twitter Town Hall that will combine a live Q&A session online with the president and tweeted questions from the public.
The key to getting executives to blog is to set clear expectations.
The Health and Human Services Department's new media team shares its lessons learned with other agencies.
As part of the Homeland Security Department’s Stop.Think.Connect. campaign, the department recognized three groups that produced videos that promote smart Internet safety through public service announcements.
Google said it complied with 87 percent of content removal requests from agencies and courts.
Danny Werfel, controller of the Office of Federal Financial Management, told a House subcommittee about oversight of more than $500 billion a year in federal grants.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has approved legislation that would reform how federal spending is reported to the public.
Agents reportedly failed to use eTrace to stop firearms from being smuggled to drug cartels in Mexico.