Digital Strategy Series: Governance Recommendations
|Date:||Thursday, September 13, 2012|
Haley VanDyck, OMB
Adam Hughes, GSA
Jeffrey Levy, EPA
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- Transcript: Digital Strategy Series: Governance Recommendations (PDF, 129 KB, 12 pages, September 2012)
To help agencies meet the Digital Government Strategy's milestones, DigitalGov University is offering a series of training webinars on Digital Governance. First up: Digital Governance Recommendations.
Join us as we feature the authors of the Digital Services Governance Recommendations, who will explain what went into creating the governance recommendations, explain how the recommendations will help agencies improve governance of digital services, and answer any of your questions.
What You'll Learn
- Understand the Digital Services Governance Recommendations
- What the recommendations mean for your agency
- How they can help your agency develop exceptional digital services for the public
About the Presenters
Jeffrey Levy is EPA's Director of Web Communications, where he oversees EPA's use of social media and the Web. Jeffrey's approach is to constantly experiment to find the best approaches.
His crisis communications experience ranges from 9/11, through Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill, to the radiation coming from the 2011 earthquake in Japan. His current efforts include continuing to explore how EPA can use social media and focusing EPA's website on readers' top tasks.
On the interagency front, Jeffrey co–chairs the Federal Web Managers Council. Follow Jeffrey on Twitter @levyj413.
Adam Hughes is the Senior Advisor to the Chief Information Officer’s (CIO) Council at the General Services Administration (GSA). In that capacity, he manages the day–to–day operations of the CIO Council, coordinates government–wide technology policy between OMB and the federal agency CIOs, and directs outreach, engagement, and communications with key stakeholders. He also acts as liaison between federal CIOs and the CIO of the United States, promotes collaboration among CIOs, supports the implementation of federal IT initiatives such as the Digital Government Strategy, and ensures the Council achieves its strategic goals.