#SocialGov Summit: Viral Government
|Date:||Tuesday, July 30, 2013|
Bob Burns, TSA
Mario Damiani, DOL
Kathryn Hambleton, HHS
Justin Herman, GSA
Benny Johnson, Buzzfeed
Jacob Parcell, GSA
Betsy Steele, GSA
Jason Townsend, NASA
- TSA's Presentation Slides: Responding to Viral Content / Making Your Content Interesting (PPT, 4 MB, 12 slides, July 2013)
- GSA & DOL's Presentation Slides: #SocialGov Community Updates (PPT, 2.3 MB, 7 slides, July 2013)
- HHS's Presentation Slides: HHS and #HealthVine (PPT, 904 KB, 5 slides, July 2013)
- GSA's Mobile Program Presentation Slides: Three Words You Need to Know for Mobile Gov: Social, Local, Mobile (PPT, 5.8 MB,18 slides, July 2013)
- NASA's Presentation Slides: Google+ Hangouts
The Federal Social Media Community of Practice invites practitioners from across government to the next SocialGov Summit focused on Viral Government.
The Social Media Community of Practice (CoP) launched in June 2012 to unite more than 400 federal social media managers in a community dedicated to identifying and solving shared obstacles. The group works with agencies across government, the Federal Web Managers Council, the White House, and with others outside government to promote the effective and responsible use of social data for improving citizen services and cutting costs.
The social media landscape changes every day, and viral content heralds trends to come. Government must learn to adapt in order to deliver more effective and efficient services for citizens. At this SocialGov Summit we will explore the world of Viral Government and continue our efforts to bring the most advanced capabilities and strategies to agencies' missions.
You can also join the conversation on Twitter #socialgov.
What You'll Learn and Do
- Learn how viral social media content can impact citizen services and cost savings, with perspectives shared from an expert at Buzzfeed and federal agencies.
- Learn how mobile technology and apps like Instagram, Google Hangouts and Vine are reshaping the social media landscape.
- Discuss the findings of the Social Media Performance Metrics Working Group and the Social Media Accessibility Working Group.
- Learn about opportunities to collaborate and share between agencies through DigitalGov University, the DigitalGov blog and other emerging programs.
- Meet colleagues from other areas of government to forge new partnerships.