The FedTech must-read blogger list is back for round two, and this time the community will have the opportunity to contribute to and vote for the final list.
Last year, FedTech editors curated a list of their favorite government tech blogs to create the inaugural list. The project was extremely popular, and a number of bloggers requested to be featured in the 2013 edition. This year, readers can submit their favorite federal tech blogs, or even their own blog, for the community to vote on.
How to Submit and Vote
Here’s how it works: To add a blog, click “Add to List.” You will be prompted to sign in with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Google+ and then register with your email (we apologize in advance for the inconvenience, but we want to keep our list free of spammers). Once you sign in, you will be able to add a blog. Simply click “Add to List” one more time and then select “Item with Link.” Include a link to the blog you would like to nominate, and provide a short description of what readers will find there. You can also vote for your favorite blogs using the arrow to the right of each blog.
We ask that you keep your submissions focused on federal technology. That includes topics like science, space exploration and the military. We are also open to enterprise technology blogs that cover the government, but not exclusively. Topics of interest include security, Big Data, cloud computing, mobility, social media, telework, energy, BYOD, data centers, virtualization, productivity and hosting. Blogs written by agencies, and especially by CIOs, are also acceptable. Connect with us on Twitter if you have any questions.