Ten months after Defense Secretary Ash Carter sanctioned Lean In Circles for DoD agencies, women are using the circles to fight gender bias.
Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) is asking Facebook to answer a lot of questions about its news approach. Such as, “Who is ultimately responsible for approving its content?”
I don’t understand the repeated concern about harvesting social media for clues to possible security breaches. The whole social media scene resembles nothing so much as a platform for self-revelation.
Social media makes it easier than ever to violate the Hatch Act, the law that bans feds from using their positions to influence political campaigns.
Federal websites tend to resemble retail sites because they have a more concentrated purpose than simply generating clicks.
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The Defense Department is fighting gender bias in the military and department workplaces by approving “lean-in” group meetings before, during and after work hours. Lean In is a nonprofit started by Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg. The organization closes the leadership gap for women in the workplace by opening dialogue between colleagues. The groups are open to men and women. Lean In says it has more than 24,000 groups in 120 countries. Defense Secretary Ash Carter met with Sandberg and 12 female service members and DoD employees to talk about challenges women face in the workplace. Federal News Radio reporter Scott Maucione discusses with participants how these Lean In groups are helping.
The Defense Department is attempting to empower its female employees and service members by officially supporting Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg’s nonprofit group Lean In.
Geoff Livingston, president of Tenacity5 Media will discuss the state of social media with host Mark Amtower. August 24, 2015