The Obama administration plans to provide agencies with a Web platform for conducting public challenges.
An amendment issued by the Treasury Department makes it legal to export Web technologies--such as instant messaging, chat and e-mail, and social networking--to Iran, Sudan and Cuba.
Computer networks had to be installed at more than 500 temporary Census offices across the country for the 2010 count.
The top goals and priorities of federal agencies should direct how their open government plans are written, not popular technologies such as Twitter and Facebook, according to two experts helping agencies draft the plans.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is looking for a contractor to build content management and social networking Web sites in its effort to become more open and transparent.
Social media experts from the CDC, Transportation Security Administration and NASA share tips and best practices about building successful Web 2.0 tools.
Agencies' open-government plans should not specify programs but instead outline the goals for transparency, a White House official said today.
Agencies must be ready to solicit ideas from the public and provide incentives for that participation.
D.C.'s Snow Response Reporting System lets users type in an address and see which surrounding streets have been plowed or salted within a specified date range.
A record snowstorm forced Martha Johnson to be sworn in over the phone as the General Services Administration's new administrator, with her husband serving as the witness, according to GSA.
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