Government 2.0


3 tips to make the most of wikis

Wikis have become an integral part of agencies' effort to share and manage information, but using them well requires some changes of habit.

Senator questions OMB's efforts to shutter federal websites

Senator, CRS at odds on program's effectiveness.

Digital strategy launches great mobility build-out

The government's new digital strategy has ambitious plans for managing the rollout of mobile technology -- some say too ambitious.

Press the Green Button for innovation

Green Button not only helps citizens better understand their energy use but it could also spur more innovation, according to Energy Department CTO.

DATA Act slammed for lacking transparency

Citizens should have insight into the legislative process, which the House-passed bill doesn't offer, according to an OMB official.

Mark Forman

Mark Forman: E-gov's staunch champion

Mark Forman led President George W. Bush's e-government and e-business initiatives to create a more productive, citizen-centric government.

GSA takes closer look at IT portfolio

Following the release of the Digital Government Strategy, GSA CIO Casey Coleman says her agency will looks to review its IT portfolio as part of the federal IT reform.

Tips for the digital government strategy

The new digital government strategy might be overwhelming, but agencies are beginning to sort it out and offer advice.

Internet not ready for democracy

NIST concludes that Internet technology isn't yet able to support online voting.

'Shared-first' not a must for federal CIOs

Federal CIOs are urged to use the shared IT services strategy, but it's not a necessity, says OMB's chief enterprise architect.

Which federal agency packs the most online punch?

There's clout, and then there's Klout, and a new study ranked 34 federal agencies for their online Klout scores.

To tweet or not to tweet: Feds weigh the dangers and benefits

The public nature of Twitter presents some risks, but savvy feds are finding ways to share.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!