"Government" Blogs & Blog Posts

Mike's Blog about Drupal, Accessibility, Activism & GovernmentMike's Blog about Drupal, Accessibility, Activism & Government

A blog with a collection of posts on subjects related to OpenConcept's...

 
William DipiniWilliam Dipini

Blog about politics, government and culture, as well as personal notes.

 
eaves.caeaves.ca

Public policy, open source, re-thinking government, gov 2.0, network thinki...

 
FiveThirtyEightFiveThirtyEight

In-depth analysis and statistical models on political happenings

 
North Coast VoicesNorth Coast Voices

Group blog from regional Australia posting on politics, society, the arts, ...

 
Councillor Bob PiperCouncillor Bob Piper

Blog by Sandwell Labour councillor Bob Piper. Not New Labour, Not Old Labou...

 
purecaffeine.compurecaffeine.com

Nathanael Boehm on user experience design, social media and Government 2.0.

 


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 Eyeing more secure alternatives to Social Security numbers, lawmakers in the U.S. are looking abroad. Today, the Senate Commerce Committee questioned former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, Verizon Chief Privacy Officer Karen Zacharia and both the cu...

We’ll say it again – because it remains empirically true, and vitally important going forward. The biggest mistake Donald Trump has made and continues to make – is allowing so many Barack Obama and other assorted Swamp Creature holdover...

Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey is an America First bull when it comes to protecting from ridiculous international actors and actions the United States steel industry. And has been for decades. And no wonder. Steel is a bit of a thing in P...

(Cartoon image is by Steve Sack in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.)During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised the public that he would "drain the swamp" in Washington -- making the government more responsive to ordinary Americans.HE LIED!W...

Government organizations have historically not been early adopters of much hyped technology like virtual reality. Bureaucratic red tape, tight budgets, and a general resistance to change are just a few of the many reasons this has been the case. But...

Maybe a mistake, maybe not The post Did Mike Pompeo Misspeak or Did He Let the Cat out of the Bag? appeared first on RedState.

 If you’re going to convict or acquit based on evidence provided by a piece of software, you’d better be damn sure that software is reliable. One such program, a DNA analysis tool used in over a thousand cases, has been called unreli...