Danielle Brigida, national social media manager for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss how federal agencies use Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media programs. June 18, 2018
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Terry Gerton is the president and CEO of the National Academy of Public Administration and said government cannot let the tech industry write the rules of the game.
Agency leaders, lawmakers and members of the public are turning to social media to praise the hardworking federal workforce, as the nation marks Public Service Recognition Week.
The world may be surprised by revelations about users’ data being improperly shared through Facebook, but feds have some experience with this problem.
Online government services, unlike freebies like Facebook or Google, won’t sell your data or flood you with ads.
Bloomberg Government’s editorial director said several major issues will lawmakers upon their return.
A program aimed at helping transitioning soldiers is building its social media presence.
“I think a lot of us can tell, one, if someone’s getting paid to talk about something, two, if they actually care about it, and three, if this is actually the full story,” said Clark.