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Changing Culture and Lives Through Communities of Practice

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A group of federal employees tackles federal disability employment issues using a collaborative workspace. Group members collaborate and share effective practices to support Executive Order 13548. Online social networking has become the way people connect, communicat... More »

How FEMA Drove 23,000 People to Join it's Online Community

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National preparedness is everyone's shared responsibility—not just government's. While the responsibility for coordinating and advancing national preparedness and enhancing resiliency falls on the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) shoulders, every perso... More »

Making Social Media Content as Accessible as Possible

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Scott Horvath

Most everyone has heard of Section 508, the requirement that federal electronic information technology must be accessible to those with disabilities. Section 508 applies to more than is commonly understood, however. It applies to all online content that is created by th... More »

Mobile Technology Forces Exploration of Bring Your Own Device

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Pat Fiorenza

Agencies have been tasked to provide employees with the ability to work where, how, and when they desire. Emerging technology that connects people to resources can transform the workplace. With employee mobility transitioning from an amenity to a necessity in today's... More »

Science Radio App Brings On-Demand Programming Worldwide

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There's an old saying in radio: If no one is calling to complain, then nobody is listening. So when Science360 Radio received a phone call from someone who was upset because she suddenly could no longer access the online radio channel, that was, oddly, a good thing. I... More »