Tag Archive: Gov 2.0

How-to guide for creating a social media policy in government

The Center for Technology in Government today issued a valuable survey of government social media policies. Their report identifies 8 “essential” issues policies typically cover, and it offers helpful guidelines for how to go about developing a social media policy in a government setting. The 8 elements are: Social Media Policy Elements Employee Access Account…

When is an unconference better than a conference?

Since last weekend’s Gov 2.0 Camp New England “unconference,” there’s been a bit of meta-discussion about the format. A couple of bloggers have dwelled on the shortcomings. I want to offer a contrasting view. Brian Keaney weighed in early with a critique, saying he found the sessions rife with questions but thin on answers: I…