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Who Has the Best App in Government? – Nextgov.com

The federal government might be an unlikely source for cutting-edge mobile apps. But on Wednesday, federal and industry groups gathered to showcase the apps they’d built, often as a means for connecting with a younger, tech-savvier constituency or for internal task management.

Full Article: Who Has the Best App in Government? – Nextgov.com

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60 Government Sites in 60 Minutes Program Handout at #SLA2014

Posted: 06 Jul 2014 11:38 AM PDT

#SLA2014 George Franchois at SLA DGI 2014 Business Meeting

SLA DGI Chair, George Franchois, introduces the 60 Government Sites in 60 Minutes Program

This year, Chris Vestal, LexisNexis Government Consultant, and I (Marie Kaddell, LexisNexis Senior Information Professional Consultant) presented a 60 Government Sites in 60 Minutes session at the Division of Government Information (DGI) Business Meeting/60 Government Sites in 60 Minutes session at the 2014 SLA Conference #sla2014 in Vancouver, B.C.

Here is the handout with a list of our 60 sites: Download SLA 2014 – 60 Government Sites in 60 Minutes PDF.

On Twitter, find Chris at @Guybrarian1 and me at @libraryfocus.

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DISA and Mobile | InformationWeek Government

DISA Mobile Decision Sends Potent Signal

Defense Information System Agency’s commitment to off-the-shelf mobile tech is likely to ripple across the government as well as health, financial and other security-sensitive industries.

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