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Latest Stories from MOC 2012
Video: New Tools for Interacting with the Public
Social media opens doors, but agencies should move forward carefully.
Video: How Agencies Get the Most out of the Cloud
IT officials outline the strategies that make cloud computing work.
Video: What’s on the Horizon for Mobile Computing in the Federal Government
Agencies are only scratching the surface of mobility.
What to Expect at the Management of Change Conference
Federal technology leaders will meet to discuss key challenges.
Photos from MOC 2012
Rick Holgate of the ATF detailed the deparment's mobile efforts.
The Transportation Security Administration's Lynn Dean had great insight into mobility.
With temporary employees all over the country, the Census Bureau and Stephen Buckner are taking full advantage of mobile technology.
Moderator Ken Fang was one of many attendees sporting a tablet PC.
NASA has released several mobile apps thanks to the efforts of Erna Beverly.
Veterans want to use technology to communicate with the government and Roger Baker of the Veterans Affairs Department is making it happen.
Jason Townsend is part of NASA's social media team.
Another member of NASA's social media team, Jenn Gustetic describes their "Prizes and Challenges" program.
Amanda Eamich is the Director of Web Communications for the Agriculture Department.