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January 6, 2015  •  

Government Tech and Social Media Report

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Morning Tech” by Tony Romm, Erin Mershon, Brooks Boliek and Alex Byers on Politico.

The Mobile Wave Still Looks Like a Trickle in Government” by Jack Moore in Nextgov.

From Federal Hill, federal contractor patrols social networks for spies” by Ian Duncan in The Baltimore Sun.

Why Commercial Clouds are More Secure than Federal Data Centers” by Roger Baker in Nextgov.

Data-Driven Innovation: Why States Should Build Multipurpose Analytics Platforms” by Daniel Castro in Government Technology.

Social Media

Inside the Twitter world of U.S. Sen. Cory Booker” by Everett Merrill in the Daily Record.

Nevada: “Money talks: What Las Vegas-area cities spend on communication” by Bethany Barnes, Ben Botkin, James Dehaven and Eric Hartley in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Open Government

Yes, That Text Message Is a Public Record” by Michael Grass in Government Executive.

Can Transparency Be Legislated?” by Paul Eder in Government Executive.

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