The top 5 things we learned about data at #fedcomm14

With over 400 attendees, 1,931,458 Twitter impressions and 8 compelling speakers, the 8th Annual GovDelivery Federal Communications Summit was all about data. However, it was not just about the velocity or volume of data that government has at their fingertips, it was about the relevant capacity in how government organizations can leverage and connect precise data… Read more »


CrowdHall and Tint: The latest social media platforms for government

It’s difficult to keep up with the newest social media trends; just when you think you know the most important sites available to communicate with the public, new ones pop up. There are currently no less than 70 networking sites deemed federal-compatible for government use, making the possibilities somewhat overwhelming. The increase of social media… Read more »


A Gov Communications Year-in-Review [Infographic]

Which messages coming from the public sector made the greatest impact in 2013? What topics saw increased interest from the public? Which government organizations reached more people than ever by networking with their peers? Our year-in-review digital communications reports take a look at the 6 billion messages sent out by government organizations to sum up… Read more »


2013 Digital Cities Winners: Congratulations to GovDelivery Clients!

Achieving cost savings, citizen engagement, and more effective services in their communities 2013 was a transformative year for the adoption of innovative technology in government. And some GovDelivery clients were at the forefront of these technology movements. Last week, Government Technology announced the winners of the 2013 Digital Cities awards. Coordinated by the Center for… Read more »