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18F has published a guide that helps federal government workers standardize GitHub use and better leverage the social coding platform when setting up open source projects. Tips include how to best...

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Textizen co-founder and then Code for America Fellow Michelle Lee posts Textizen signs around Philadelphia. (Photo: Code for America (See disclosures related to this post) Government communications...

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I just discovered the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s strategic IT plan, which should serve as a blueprint for all government agency technology efforts. The plan emphasizes an iterative (...

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I’m doing some spring cleaning and parting ways with a number of my beloved government-focused books. Before I do, I wanted to share the ones I’m letting go of that I highly recommend to those...

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Fred Wilson’s talk with The New York Times reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin during the recent Cities for Tomorrow 2015 conference about how cities can create startup hubs is a must-watch for mayors...

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Photo: White House Technology has always been a prime concern of government. The U.S. Constitution created the power to confer patents and copyrights. The Manhattan project, Apollo program,...

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Photo: U.S. Department of Energy The following post is re-published with permission from Steve Blank‘s blog. Steve interviews Errol Arkilic, former lead program director for the National...

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Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (Photo: DC Mayor’s Office) Silicon Valley venture capital firm a16z hosts an excellent discussion with current Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and...

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Pluto (Photo: NASA) Flying by unchartered planetary territory is a good way to drive traffic to your website. The General Services Administration’s Digital Analytics Program shared the numbers...

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