What’s the State of Social Media and Government in 2012?

Last Thursday, I delivered the presentation below for several Federal agency heads at the Chicago Federal Executive Board. I quickly affixed the title, "The State of Social Media in Government," though I'm not sure that's an accurate description of the content. Here's a quick sketch of my outline:

  1. How Are Americans Using Social Media? (data from the Pew Internet and American Life Project regarding citizen behavior and perceptions)
  2. How Are Government Agencies Using Social Media? (a couple brief slides on organizational trends)
  3. How is GovLoop a "Knowledge Network" for Government? (serious conversations using social media)
  4. 5 Trends Regarding Social Media and Government (closely follows a blog post from Mark Schaefer)
  5. 5 Quick Tips for Agencies Still Working Out Adoption (what we've learned from the GovLoop experience)
In another post, I shared notes from an excellent presentation by FBI Special Agent Traven that followed mine: "Cyber Villains: A Ploy to Destroy Our Trust". You'll see that it's important information that helps you and I to understand the tactics of today's spy networks.

Check out the deck and a couple questions that follow...
 
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  • How would you describe the state of social media in government?
  • Did I miss any of the mega-trends?

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