September 8, 2011 •
Gov 2.0 Round-Up
For those of you who may have missed some of today’s relevant social media articles, here are a few for you to check out!
- House lawmakers have returned from the August recess resolved to fight the nation’s cyber adversaries with a flurry of new legislative proposals aiming to boost security of public and private networks and infrastructure. Cybersecurity is the Focus of New Bills
- Nearly a quarter of federal executive-branch websites are unreachable and only about a third use a modern content management system like Drupal or WordPress. Analysis Based on Open Data Finds Many Federal Websites Are Behind the Times
- Press Secretary Jay Carney, who rarely uses Twitter, will answer questions in person at the White House Friday from a group of @WhiteHouse followers who have applied to attend through a web form. The White House’s Latest Tweetup Host Hardly Ever Tweets
- Code for America is sending programmers and other technologists to spend a year in city halls in Philadelphia, Penn., Macon, Ga., and Detroit, Mich. Code for America Will Send Geeks for a Year of Service in Philly, Detroit, and Macon
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