The New York City Council has released a new digital roadmap it is calling “Council 2.0.” The plan is a..
A new study from LexisNexis shows widespread use of social media by law enforcement for criminal investigations and crime prevention,..
VIDEO: Civic minded technologists gather to discuss social media and public policy at Social Media Week
This week in locations throughout the US including New York City and Washington DC, technologists, citizens, business and policy leaders..
Accenture Federal Services will create a pilot program for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security applying analytics to social media..
The Civic Data Challenge, a partnership between the National Conference on Citizenship and the Knight Foundation has announced the winners..
Activists, technologists and thought leaders converged on New York University this week for Personal Democracy Forum (PdF)– a two day..
In March, Harvard wrapped up its 2012 Harvard College Innovation Challenge. The challenge is put on by the Technology and..
According to an announcement by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) and the National Association of Attorneys..
Last week, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino announced enhancements to the city’s constituent service application for iPhone and Android smart phones...
Gov 2.0 and social media tools are seeing growing use across the federal government, but two surveys try to understand..
In response to what was characterized as “a royal screw-up,” on Primary Day, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced..
According to announcement made at O’Reilly Media’s Gov2.0 Summit yesterday, a new, non-profit organization will help local governments share technology...