A handful of federal agencies have created blogs on the popular Tumblr platform, and experts say more may be following their example.
President Obama's Nov. 9 executive order has a clear intent: To limit the number of IT devices.
Shortly after the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced the latest job figures, Twitter users reported an outage at BLS website.
Do your tweets get reaction and retweeting, or does Twitter feel like you are shouting down a well?
Bev Godwin is on the front lines of federal executives who are applying new technologies to reach out to and engage with citizens.
From clear language to nearly unreadable, agency websites span a wide range.
The U.S. embassy in Jakarta has applied digital diplomacy with a popular Facebook page attracting fans in Indonesia.
Frustrated users of Obama's new online petition site ask what's the point?
The White House is appealing to Congress to restore funds for Data.gov, Challenge.gov, Federal IT Dashboard and other high-profile transparency initiatives.
Web-based wiki platforms are being used to collect and display inside information on federal organizations.
Keeping with its reputation for innovation and adventure, NASA appears to be the first federal agency to create a Google+ Page.
The White House announced new online job search tools for veterans this week, with help from Google, LinkedIn and Twitter.