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How is gov 2.0 like a cowboy in an office?

Federal Computer Week is now seeking entries for the FCW Challenge Caption Contest.

Cartoonist John Klossner provided the drawing shown below. Your job is to write dialogue or a caption that gives it a government 2.0 theme — and that gives us a good laugh. Submit your entry as a comment to this blog. The winner will be announced in the June 14 issue of Federal Computer Week.

FCW Challenge cartoon 

This contest is part of the FCW Challenge, a joint project of FCW and GovLoop, a social network for the federal employees. The FCW Challenge invites readers at FCW.com and GovLoop to weigh in on the big debates about Gov 2.0, including social networking, open-government plans, Acquisition 2.0, the IT agenda for government CIOs, the new federal workplace, and cybersecurity.

We will devote the entire June 14 issue to contributions from readers like you. To learn more, visit FCW.com/fcwchallenge.


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Reader comments

Wed, Jul 21, 2010 Seamus

"In this economy, there's nothing like a stable job"

Fri, Jun 11, 2010 James Colorado

Cowboy: Can someone please help me? Man (typing): My next million-hit YouTube video: a man on a horse in my office! Woman (typing): @femalegovemployee: OMG! A pony in my cube! That's whack!

Wed, Jun 9, 2010 Richard Gregory

Gov 2.0: Learning to govern with a new point of view.

Tue, Jun 8, 2010 Monica Pratt

"He's my green commuting solution. Step carefully around my cubicle."

Fri, Jun 4, 2010 Kate Pennsylvania

“Home, home on the web
Where Facebook and tweets are read
But seldom is heard
An encouraging word
About Gov 2.0 use by feds”

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