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New Archives Policy Could Include Twitter Too

A recent memo from President Obama asking for federal agencies to improve archiving processes of digital records such as e-mail and social media begs the question of how this can be done, according to a Federal News Radio report. While the president asked agencies to improve archiving methods with measures …

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Federal Reserve Seeks to Study Facebook, Twitter Posts

The Federal Reserve System is soliciting proposals from developers for a tool that can monitor and analyze comments on social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. In the Fed’s “Request for Proposal for a Sentiment Analysis and Social Media Monitoring Solution,” it said it is seeking a Sentiment Analysis …

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The Hill Still Favors Traditional Media over Social Media, Report Says

Most members of Congress use social media to reach their constituents but staffs still favor more traditional forms of communication, a Congressional Management Foundation report says. The CMF surveyed 260 Congressional Staffers between Oct. 12 and Dec. 13, 2010 for its report, released Tuesday. FierceGovernmentIT reports senior managers and social …

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GAO Report: Fed Agencies Need Social Media Policies

Federal agencies have made mixed progress in developing and implementing policies regarding the use of social media, a Government Accountability Office report says. The GAO audited 23 major federal agencies that use Facebook, Twitter and YouTube in its 90-page report, issued Thursday. The GAO found 12 of the 23 agencies …

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Obama to Field Questions on YouTube

In case it hadn’t already been made abundantly clear, the Obama administration has put an increasingly intense emphasis on Web 2.0 initiatives. The president has announced plans for a YouTube event this week in which he will take questions from users about the current state and direction of the nation …

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