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50 Must-Read State and Local Government IT Blogs

Our inaugural list of the best technology resources for the public sector.

State and Local Technology Blogs

One thing state and local governments have in common right now is a tight budget. Residents demand that their municipality employ the utmost efficiency with their tax dollars. And why shouldn’t they? Emerging technology has created an opportunity for these agencies to not only save money but also to innovate and engage with citizens.

These 50 state and local IT blogs will help government IT pros stay ahead of the curve. We’ve scoured the web and compiled an assortment of blogs that serve CIOs, IT workers, social media specialists and people who are interested in tapping technology to spur innovation and cost savings in the public sector.

So whether you’re looking for information about BYOD (bring your own device), telework, server virtualization, cloud computing or network infrastructure, there is a resource here for you. 

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B2G Breaking Views

BasicGov Blog

The government IT experts at Deltek share insight about the latest industry news and how it affects the need for products and services in state and local government. From big data to social media to shared services and everything in between, Deltek analysts shed light on key developments of concern to public-sector IT leaders. The frequent blog posts spell out what’s happening, and where, along with what’s likely to happen next.

 

BasicGov Blog on TwitterBasicGov Blog on FacebookBasicGov Blog YouTube ChannelBasicGov Blog RSS Feed | Read the blog: iq.govwin.com

 

BasicGov Blog

BasicGov Blog

Visitors to this blog will encounter a virtual pep squad about cloud computing. Written by a team of authors from software provider BasicGov, the content highlights success stories of states and localities that have embraced software as a service. Areas of coverage intended to invite discussion include cloud computing, SaaS and e-government.

 

BasicGov Blog on TwitterBasicGov Blog on FacebookBasicGov Blog YouTube ChannelBasicGov Blog RSS Feed | Read the blog: basicgov.com/blog

 

Building a Smarter Planet

Building a Smarter Planet

IBM defines a smarter planet as one in which the world becomes instrumented, intelligent and interconnected. The company seeks to infuse analytics into the systems and processes that make the world work, and government, of course, plays a huge role there. Written by a team of contributors, this blog serves up thought-provoking content about topics ranging from green computing to healthcare.

 

Smarter Planet on TwitterSmarter Planet on FacebookSmarter Planet Youtube ChannelSmarter Planet RSS Feed | Read the blog: asmarterplanet.com

 

CIO Dashboard

CIO Dashboard

Chris Curran, a principal at PwC, concentrates on technology innovation and the role of IT in the global economy with the annual “Digital IQ Study.” His blog hits on the current topics garnering attention from CIOs and CTOs across industries — areas such as mobility, cloud computing, social media and collaboration. Curran likes to share, too: CIO Dashboard features a handy compendium of public-sector CIO Twitter accounts to follow.

 

CIO Dashboard on TwitterCIO Dashboard on Google+CIO Dashboard RSS Feed | Read the blog: ciodashboard.com

 

CIO Musings

CIO Musings

Barry Condrey, CIO for Chesterfield County, Va., maintains this personal blog to weigh in on technology, people and social media. The IT leader offers insight into a variety of topics, such as technology basics that apply to public-sector leadership, and the top 10 issues concerning social media in local government. Visitors to the blog will find diversions for their time away from the office, too, such as a recipe for slow-cooked chili and a review of a theater show. 

CIO Musings on TwitterCIO Musings on Facebook CIO Musings on Google+CIO Musings RSS Feed | Read the blog: cio-musings.blogspot.com

 

Cisco Government Blog

Cisco Government Blog

Experts with networking powerhouse Cisco engage the public-sector community to discuss how technology drives government transformation. Topics covered include cloud computing, cybersecurity, mobility, telework and collaboration. A Blogs at a Glance feature allows visitors to view posts by most recent, most commented on or most popular.

 

Cisco Government Blog on TwitterCisco Government Blog on FacebookCisco Government Blog Youtube ChannelCisco Government Blog RSS Feed | Read the blog: blogs.cisco.com/category/government

 

Code for America

Code for America

The nonprofit Code for America describes itself as a “Peace Corps for Geeks.” Focused on helping governments become more connected, lean and participatory by tapping the people and the power of the web, Code for America contributors blog about ideas for achieving those goals. Not surprisingly, there’s a strong emphasis on open data, transparency, innovation and collaboration.

 

Code for America on TwitterCode for America on FacebookCode for America RSS Feed | Read the blog: codeforamerica.org/blog

 

Community Broadband Networks

Community Broadband Networks

Telecom infrastructure has become the utility of the 21st century — essential to the health and vitality of the community. This blog by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, an organization that encourages ownership structures such as public, coop or non-profit, provides news about broadband networks. Readers will find examples of localities sharing networks and success stories about access spurring economic development.

 

Community Broadband Networks on TwitterCommunity Broadband Networks on FacebookCommunity Broadband Networks RSS Feed | Read the blog: muninetworks.org

 

Cops 2.0

Cops 2.0

Social networking and technology affect how police communicate with and serve the public. Christa Miller, a specialist in law enforcement and digital forensics, maintains this blog to offer guidance about maintain transparency and using technology to ensure public safety. From Twitter to wearable cameras to mapping cell phone evidence, Cops 2.0 covers it all.

 

Cops 2.0 on TwitterCops 2.0 on Facebook Cops 2.0 on Google+Cops 2.0 RSS Feed | Read the blog: cops2point0.com

 

Corrections Technology Association Blog

Corrections Technology Association blog

Maintained by the Corrections Technology Association, this blog focuses on the use of technology in federal, state, county and local correctional agencies. Written for CIOs, IT directors and other staff, topics range from interjurisdictional data sharing to in-cell computing to unauthorized use of cell phones.

 

 

Corrections Technology RSS Feed | Read the blog: correctionstech.org/blog

 

Data Center Knowledge

Data Center Knowledge

DCK bills itself as the go-to source for online information and analysis on the data center industry. Edited by Rich Miller, with numerous contributors, the site’s multiple daily news and opinion posts are searchable by company, region, industry sector and infrastructure type. The Industry Perspectives blog provides a forum for thought leaders as well as those in the trenches, including a series of informative and highly entertaining slice-of-life posts, the Data Center Development Diary.

Data Center Knowledge on TwitterData Center Knowledge on Facebook Data Center Knowledge on Google+Data Center Knowledge RSS Feed | Read the blog: datacenterknowledge.com

 

Dave Fletcher's Government and Technology Weblog, v. 2.0

Dave Fletcher's Government and Technology Weblog, v. 2.0

Dave Fletcher, Utah’s chief technology officer, launched his blog a decade ago to highlight the best of digital government in the state. Today, he shares his thoughts about e-government, public administration, languages, international relations and more in this wide-ranging resource. Recent posts hit on the success of Jobs.Utah.gov, the state’s digital portal, and on real-world examples of “The Internet of Things.”

 

Dave Fletcher on TwitterDave Fletcher on Google+Dave Fletcher RSS Feed | Read the blog: davidfletcher.blogspot.com

 

Digital Citizen Pulse

Digital Citizen Pulse

Government IT empowers citizen participation and input, according to Ulf Wolf, the person behind this blog. A writer and photographer with an IT background, Wolf covers the importance of engaging with the public in this digital age. Subjects explored include broadband billing, solid-state drives, seniors on the web and even digital music.

 

 

Digital Citizen Pulse on TwitterDigital Citizen Pulse on FacebookDigital Citizen Pulse RSS Feed | Read the blog: digitalcommunities.com/blogs/digital-citizen

 

DigitalGov Group

GovGirl.com

Kristy Fifelski, former manager of web services and social media for Reno, Nev. (and creator of the popular GovGirl video blog), takes her years of experience with digital technology and public service to a new gig, the DigitalGov Group. No detail of new media in government is too small for her: Best state government user names on Facebook? Best media format for senior citizens? Fifelski’s posts serve as a starting point for thinking about how state and local governments can use technology to best serve citizens.

GovGirl.com on TwitterGovGirl.com on FacebookGovGirl.com Youtube ChannelGovGirl.com RSS Feed | Read the blog: digitalgovgroup.com

 

DorobekInsider

DorobekInsider

Christopher Dorobek delivers news, insights and analysis on government policy, management and technology. This blogger boils down the latest developments for government IT leaders and highlights interesting reading from outside IT sites.

 

 

DorobekInsider on TwitterDorobekInsider on Facebook DorobekInsider on Google+DorobekInsider RSS Feed | Read the blog: dorobekinsider.com

 

The EMC Public Sector Blog

The EMC Public Sector Blog

This blog — sponsored by cloud provider EMC2 — focuses entirely on hardcore IT issues, such as big data, cloud computing, FedRAMP and virtualization. There is no fluff here, just focused articles for the working IT professional. If you work in local, state or federal IT, this blog will be an invaluable resource.

 

 

EMC on TwitterEMC on FacebookEMC Youtube ChannelEMC RSS Feed | Read the blog: publicsectorblog.emc.com

 

Five Nines: The Next Generation Data Center

Five Nines

Technology veteran David Chernicoff explores the technologies that affect data center users and operators, such as “server consolidation and virtualization, green IT, and the latest hardware advances.” IT managers in state and local government can benefit from this blogger’s expertise as well as that of his fellow contributors.

 

 

Five Nines on TwitterFive Nines on FacebookFive Nines Youtube ChannelFive Nines RSS Feed | Read the blog: zdnet.com/blog/datacenter

 

Gartner Blog Network

Gartner Blog Network

The technology research and advisory company launched its first blog in 2003. Today, more than 50 analysts blog about industry leadership, emerging products and Gartner events. The blog contributors welcome debate on IT-related issues so that everyone can learn from the discussion.

 

 

Gartner Blog on TwitterGartner Blog on FacebookGartner Blog Youtube ChannelGartner Blog RSS Feed | Read the blog: blogs.gartner.com

 

GigaOM

GigaOM

Begun in 2006 by tech blogger Om Malik, GigaOM now has an editorial staff of more than 20 and an online audience of 5.5 million. Multiple daily posts, both written and video, cover everything from cloud and cleantech to consumer web and financial news. For Mac devotees, there’s a channel devoted to everything Apple. GigaOM subscribers can access more in-depth research and analysis on a wealth of topics for an annual fee.

 

GigaOM on TwitterGigaOM on FacebookGigaOM Youtube ChannelGigaOM RSS Feed | Read the blog: gigaom.com

 

Governing Better, Faster, Cheaper Blog

Governing Better, Faster, Cheaper Blog

Billing itself as “essential content for anyone who cares about public sector innovation,” this blog has a deep bench of blue-chip contributors, led by Stephen Goldsmith, former two-term mayor of Indianapolis and current director of the Innovations in American Government program at the Harvard Kennedy School. Writers examine ways to improve public services while lowering costs through creative use of technology, policy and partnerships. As one blogger observes, there’s “more than one way to fix a bridge.”

Governing Better, Faster, Cheaper Blog on TwitterGoverning Better, Faster, Cheaper Blog on FacebookGoverning Better, Faster, Cheaper Blog Youtube ChannelGoverning Better, Faster, Cheaper Blog RSS Feed | Read the blog: governing.com/blogs/bfc

 

Governing People

Governing People

Governing People is written by “the world’s best thinkers on e-government and open democracy.” That would be you, really. At the top of a long list of featured bloggers is YOU, which links to instructions for posting to the site. An advisory panel of bloggers provides a foundation of content and oversees the editorial quality of original and aggregated posts. In addition to individual bloggers and group blogs, there are blogs by government officials. Plenty of rich content on a variety of topics.

Governing People on TwitterGoverning People RSS Feed | Read the blog: governingpeople.com

 

Government Bits

Government Bits

You probably already know that Adobe creates first-class software applications. But did you know it publishes a government blog? Whether or not you are a user of the products, its blog is worth a read because it documents the revolutionary way technology is changing interactions between governments and citizens.

 

 

Government Bits on TwitterGovernment Bits on FacebookGovernment Bits RSS Feed | Read the blog: blogs.adobe.com/adobeingovernment

 

GovFresh

GovFresh

Founded in 2009, GovFresh promotes “government–citizen collaboration” by profiling the civic innovators and new technologies that are shaping how government gets things done in the Gov 2.0 era. The site is rich with forward-thinking posts on civic startups, digital government apps, open data and open source, complemented by GovFreshTV video posts and Gov 2.0 guides on various topics that pull back the curtain even further.

 

GovFresh on TwitterGovFresh on FacebookGovFresh RSS Feed | Read the blog: govfresh.com

 

GovLoop

GovLoop

With 50,000 members from federal, state and local government, and more than 1,000 blog posts and discussion forums each month, GovLoop is well on its way to achieving its mission: “Connect government to improve government.” Begun in 2008 by a young federal employee seeking answers to common government problems, GovLoop is now a venue for government workers who want to expand on their passion for public service by sharing their expertise, improving their skills with online tools and training, and collaborating with colleagues near and far.

GovLoop on TwitterGovLoop on Facebook| Read the blog: govloop.com/profiles/blog

 

GovWin from Deltek Blog Central

GovWin from Deltek Blog Central

This is the ultimate source of information for government contractors. Whether you are an established supplier or a small business looking to get started, GovWin has the information and research you need. You’ll find useful posts like “FedRAMP: What Contractors Need to Know” and “First Year in Contracting: How to Find Your Customers.” This is a can’t-miss, must-read blog for all contractors.

 

GovWin on TwitterGovWin on FacebookGovWin Youtube Channel | Read the blog: govwin.com/blog

 

Greg's Server and StorageIO Blog

Greg's Server and StorageIO Blog

Greg Schulz, founder and senior analyst of the Server and StorageIO Group, focuses on techniques and best practices that are foundational to building and maintaining an efficient and resilient IT data infrastructure. In addition to his blog, Schulz’s site is rich with resources — white papers, videos and podcasts, green metrics and calculators, and industry links — that make StorageIO a one-stop shop for information on data infrastructure technology.

Greg's Server and StorageIO Blog on TwitterGreg's Server and StorageIO Blog RSS Feed | Read the blog: storageioblog.com

 

IBM Center for the Business of Government Blog

IBM Center for the Business of Government Blog

This blog’s primary focus is on management challenges facing the executive branch of the federal government. Following on a blog created to observe the 2008–2009 Obama transition, the IBM Center’s researchers share thoughts on the president’s transparency initiative and other issues facing the administration and government executives in other agencies as they work to implement the president’s agenda.

 

IBM on TwitterIBM on FacebookIBM Youtube ChannelIBM RSS Feed | Read the blog: businessofgovernment.org/blogs

 

IDC Community Insights Smart Government

IDC Community Insights Smart Government

IDC considers its Insights Community an “experiment in open research,” in which visitors take part in analyst-led discussions. The Smart Government group tackles a variety of issues — open government, smart technology, effective use of social media, funding for innovation — with illustrative anecdotes that make for good reading.

 

 

IDC on TwitterIDC Youtube ChannelIDC RSS Feed | Read the blog: idc-insights-community.com

 

InfoWorld Cloud Computing

InfoWorld Cloud Computing

David Linthicum, founder and chief technology officer of Blue Mountain Labs, writes prolifically and knowledgeably about the state of cloud technology. He tackles his subject in depth, but does so with a writing style that makes it accessible to those of us who are less tech-savvy. Linthicum’s evangelical approach makes clear to readers what they should be doing now (or should have done yesterday) to prepare for their move to the cloud.

 

InfoWorld Cloud Computing on TwitterInfoWorld Cloud Computing on Facebook InfoWorld Cloud Computing on Google+InfoWorld Cloud Computing RSS Feed | Read the blog: infoworld.com/d/cloud-computing/blogs

 

Intelligent Communities

Intelligent Communities

Written by Robert Bell, John Jung and Louis Zacharilla, the Intelligent Communities blog focuses how places — big and small, urban and rural, industrial and developing — survive and thrive in the 21st century’s “Broadband Economy.” One of several blogs hosted by Digital Communities, Intelligent Communities serves as outreach for the Intelligent Communities Forum, a think tank on economic, social, cultural and environmental development in the 21st century community.

Intelligent Communities on TwitterIntelligent Communities on FacebookIntelligent Communities RSS Feed | Read the blog: digitalcommunities.com/blogs/communities

 

The IT Manager's Blog

The IT Manager's Blog

What does it mean to be an IT manager? The answer, according to The IT Manager’s Blog, is always changing. Whether you are an IT project manager or CIO, your job is in flux as technology, particularly the cloud, changes. In addition to the technology, IT managers need to deal with processes and people. This site provides a well-rounded resource for IT workers.

 

IT Manager RSS Feed | Read the blog: itmgr.org/blog

 

Jonathan Feldman LifeStream BIO

Jonathan Feldman LifeStream BIO

Jonathan Feldman is the director of IT services for the city of Ashville, N.C., so when he speaks (or, in this case, writes) we should all listen (or read). He offers his take on everything from Apple to private clouds for local governments.

 

 

Jonathan Feldman on TwitterJonathan Feldman RSS Feed | Read the blog: informationweek.com/authors

 

Lohrmann on Cybersecurity

Lohrmann on Cybersecurity

Dan Lohrmann, Michigan’s chief security officer and director for cybersecurity infrastructure protection, sees his fellow security professionals as “enablers of innovation,” and his blog aims to support them in that role. His substantive posts on tech security best practices for government hit on both the timely (“Front Page Cyber”) and the fundamental (“Survival Tips for Using Social Media”), with a writing style that’s couched in anecdote and eminently readable. (Want to know how a cybersecurity expert does vacation Wi-Fi? Answer: very carefully.)

Lohrmann on Cybersecurity on TwitterLohrmann on Cybersecurity on FacebookLohrmann on Cybersecurity RSS Feed| Read the blog: govtech.com/blogs/lohrmann-on-cybersecurity

 

McAfee Public Sector Blog Central

McAfee Public Sector Blog Central

McAfee draws on its expertise in the security arena to keep readers of this blog informed about public-sector security best practices, legislation and security events. Bloggers seek to spread the word that government agencies are as susceptible to cybercrime as private corporations are — and as ripe for prevention tactics. Recent posts have covered industry-government collaboration and the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.

 

McAfee on TwitterMcAfee Youtube ChannelMcAfee RSS Feed | Read the blog: blogs.mcafee.com/enterprise/public-sector

 

Microsoft Bright Side of Government Blog

Microsoft Bright Side of Government blog

Because of its comprehensive productivity suite and track record of first-rate products, Microsoft is a major provider of software to the federal government as well as state and local governments. Find out how governments are innovating and saving money with software like SharePoint and Office 365.

 

 

Microsoft Bright Side on TwitterMicrosoft Bright Side on FacebookMicrosoft Bright Side RSS Feed | Read the blog: microsoft.com/industry/government/state/brightside

 

Mobile WorkHorse

Mobile WorkHorse

Mobile technology encompasses the hardware that makes it fit in our hands, the software that makes it productive and the infrastructure that makes it all possible. Al Sacco, senior editor at CIO.com, covers those topics and more on the Mobile WorkHorse blog, with a focus on RIM’s BlackBerry environment.

 

 

Mobile WorkHorse on TwitterMobile WorkHorse on Google+Mobile WorkHorse RSS Feed | Read the blog: blogs.cio.com/blog/mobile-workhorse

 

NASCIO Community Blog

NASCIO Community Blog

Short for the National Association of State Chief Information Officers, NASCIO provides forums for members to discuss issues and work together. This is one of the many member benefits of NASCIO, but the benefits extend to the entire tech community. Follow any topics relevant to CIOs, including server architecture, budgets and procurement.

 

NASCIO on TwitterNASCIO on Facebook | Read the blog: community.nascio.org/NASCIO/Blogs

 

NASTD Blogs

NASTD Blogs

Another group that state and local government IT workers should pay close attention to, the National Association of State Technology Directors addresses leadership and management for information technology as well as tech-minded topics, such as big data. In general, it focuses on the strategies needed to successfully implement new technology.

 

NASTD on Twitter | Read the blog: nastd.org/industrynetwork

 

Nextgov Tech Insider

Nextgov Tech Insider

Nextgov covers everything a techie could ever ask for. This robust blog will satisfy your need for news on emerging technology, cybersecurity, mobility, health and cloud computing. They work with some of the best reports and tech writers in the industry, so you will always find new, relevant and interesting content here.

 

 

Nextgov on TwitterNextgov on FacebookNextgov RSS Feed | Read the blog: techinsider.nextgov.com

 

Public Great

Public Great

If you are looking for news focused on state and local technology, Governing’s Public Great blog is the Promised Land. Its articles are particularly insightful and should cause CIOs and CTOs to stop and think about their approach to new technology’s impact on governments.

 

 

Public Great on TwitterPublic Great on FacebookPublic Great  Youtube ChannelPublic Great  RSS Feed | Read the blog: governing.com/blogs/public-great

 

SmarterCities Scan

SmarterCities Scan

The SmarterCities Tumblr site is a pinboard of fantastic ideas to make our cities happier, smarter, and more efficient. The Pinterest-style theme makes this site a breath of fresh air in a technology community that can sometimes be stuffy. Even better, anyone can post an idea, a video, a photo or a blog post. You’ll be inspired by this great blog!

 

SmarterCities on TwitterSmarterCities on FacebookSmarterCities Youtube ChannelSmarterCities RSS Feed | Read the blog: smartercities.tumblr.com

 

Sustainability Tech

Sustainability Tech

The Sustainable City Network produces content on everything from energy to transportation to finance. But technology makes a sustainable city go round, which is why Brad Schweikert covers the software, the hardware and the legislation that make it all happen. It won’t take long to see why Sustainability Tech is one of our must-read blogs.

 

Sustainability Tech on TwitterSustainability Tech on FacebookSustainability Tech RSS Feed| Read the blog: sustainablecitynetwork.com/blogs

 

Symantec Public Sector Group

Symantec Public Sector Group

Crowdsourced blogs can provide some of the most insightful, informative and relevant news — if they are done right. Well, Symantec does it right, and its Public Sector blog is loaded with great articles on products and events. And the best part is that you can add your own thoughts on topics that relate to “the Federal Government, State & Local Government, Defense & Intelligence, and Education.”

 

Symantec Public Sector Group on TwitterSymantec Public Sector Group on FacebookSymantec Public Sector Group RSS Feed | Read the blog: symantec.com/connect/groups/public-sector

 

Tales from the Technoverse

Tales from the Technoverse

Written by Dan Mintz — COO at Powertek Corporation, adjunct professor at the University of Maryland University College and former CIO at the Transportation Department — Tales from the Technoverse covers cloud computing, telework, social networking and more. Mintz has a unique perspective, having worked in higher education, private industry and the government.

 

Tales from the Technoverse on TwitterTales from the Technoverse on Facebook Tales from the Technoverse on Google+Tales from the Technoverse  RSS Feed | Read the blog: ourownlittlecorner.com

 

TechPresident

TechPresident

This is a fascinating blog, created specifically to cover how the presidential candidates used the Internet as a campaigning tool in 2008. Since then, the blog has expanded coverage to include state and local elections. The blog’s staff is currently gearing up for the 2012 presidential election, where social media and web content will play a central role. The blog is cross-partisan and includes writers from many different political backgrounds. It’s sure to be a great read in the coming months.

TechPresident on TwitterTechPresident on FacebookTechPresident Youtube ChannelTechPresident RSS Feed | Read the blog: techpresident.com

 

The Chief Seattle Geek Blog

The Chief Seattle Geek Blog

Former Seattle CTO Bill Schrier’s varied work experience in the public sphere — as an Army officer and reservist, policeman and high school teacher — informs his perspective on technology and local government. In his new role as deputy director of e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government, Schrier oversees the Digital Communities program, which serves as his new online home. (Those who knew him as the Chief Seattle Geek will be glad to learn that he’s archived his old blog posts on the new site.) 

Chief Seattle Geek Blog on TwitterChief Seattle Geek Blog on Google+Chief Seattle Geek Blog RSS Feed | Read the blog: schrier.wordpress.com

 

Toughbloggers

Toughbloggers

Do you prefer computers and tablets that can “withstand vibration, drops, spills, extreme temperature?” If you are like the Pennsylvania State Police, you understand the enormous benefits of the rugged Panasonic Toughbooks and Toughpads. But the Panasonic Solutions for Business Blog isn’t tooting its own horn. The blog offers commentary and reports on real IT issues, with a focus on tools for workers in the field.

 

Toughbloggers on TwitterToughbloggers on FacebookToughbloggers Youtube ChannelToughbloggers RSS Feed | Read the blog: toughbloggers.comm

 

Washington Post - Post Tech

Washington Post - Post Tech

Cecilia Kang heads up the Washington Post tech blog. She focuses on government Internet policies and the intersection of technology and businesses. You’ll also find news on tech patents, hardware and social media. She is a pro, and you can expect several new posts each day.

 

 

Post Tech on TwitterPost Tech on FacebookPost Tech RSS Feed | Read the blog: washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-tech

 

William Greeves

William Greeves

William Greeves, director of communications and IT for Roanoke County, Va., and co-founder of MuniGov2.0, is a self-described “government CIO interested in social media strategies, tools and best practices for government.” He uses his blog as a space to discuss trends and disseminate the latest news on government’s use of Web 2.0.

 

 

William Greeves on TwitterWilliam Greeves on Google+William Greeves RSS Feed | Read the blog: williamgreeves.com

 

ZDNet Government by David Gewirtz

ZDNet Government by David Gewirtz

David Gewirtz is an experienced writer, computer scientist and policy adviser. His work on ZDNet focuses on cybersecurity and policy. If it involves technology, Gewirtz has written about it. According to ZDNet, this is “where civics lessons meet technology, nothing is sacred, and everything is fair game.”

 

 

ZDNet on TwitterZDNet on Facebook ZDNet on Google+ZDNet Youtube ChannelZDNet RSS Feed | Read the blog: zdnet.com/blog/government

 

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