Facebook is looking to hire people with federal security clearances, who would have access to classified information.
Army Maj. Gen. Patricia Frost is traveling with Lean In founder Sheryl Sandberg to help soldiers balance their hectic lives.
Women are now eligible to hold any position in the military. But that doesn’t mean everything is equal. Military women have been hosting so-called Lean In circles to discuss solutions to problems women face in the military and DoD workplace. Army Maj. Gen. Patricia Frost worked with Facebook executive and Lean In creator Sheryl Sandberg to bring more Lean In techniques to the military. Federal News Radio’s Scott Maucione spoke with Frost about her work on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Richard Levick, CEO of public relations firm LEVICK, says The influx of social media attacks have forced small businesses to focus more energy and resources to protecting their brands.
Election Day can be a whirlwind of campaign signs, crowded polling sites and an avalanche of social media posts. To help cut through the chaos, here’s Federal News Radio’s roundup of congressional races, presidential platforms and Hatch Act reminders.
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.