Government Executive Media Group
Celebrating its 40th year as the premier media resource for federal decision makers, Government Executive Media Group covers the entire spectrum of challenges confronting federal executives. Its portfolio includes the #1 publication read by federal managers - Government Executive magazine, the #1 federal web site - GovernmentExecutive,com, a highly popular program of over 70 executive level events and a rapidly growing research division. For more information, visit www.GovernmentExecutive.com
Nextgov.com is the interactive online home for the federal IT community-a meeting place for government and industry managers to share insights on successfully deploying IT. Powered by innovative reporting and analysis tools, Nextgov is starting its second year as already one of the most visited web sites by the federal IT community and is continuing to grow rapidly. For more information, visit www.Nextgov.com
CIOZone is the first of its kind online meeting place for CIOs. It is built upon the foundation of social networking and combines user generated content and expert editorial. The platform encourages and enables CIOs to participate in creating and directing the development of their very own network.
Federal News Radio
Federal News Radio WFED is a primary source for news and information about the business of the federal government for federal managers and contractors. Federal News Radio broadcasts in the DC metro on 1500 AM and worldwide on FederalNewsRadio.com. Federal News Radio and sister station WTOP are the D.C. radio properties of Bonneville International.
FedScoop.com is the Government IT community's most comprehensive, one-stop news source reaching notable influencers and voices in the community. FedScoop.com is the only independent aggregator of the most trusted and popular web sites that Government IT executives visit daily, to stay abreast of trends, best practices, business opportunities and news.
Gov 2.0 Radio
Gov 2.0 Radio captures the thoughts of innovative public and private sector leaders using Web 2.0 tools to make government more effective, responsive, collaborative and transparent. The show features international technologists, consultants, entrepreneurs, and civil servants, and past guests include Tim O'Reilly, Craig Newmark, and EPA Web manager Jeffrey Levy.
GovFresh features Gov 2.0 news, ideas and live feeds of official U.S. Government social media activity, all in one place.
GovLoop.com is the social network developed by and for the government community. The site is the true "Facebook for Government" and currently connects over 14,000 federal, state, and local government innovators working together to improve government.
GovTwit is the Internet's most comprehensive directory of government using Twitter. GovTwit.com tracks and provides stats for over 2,000 Twitter IDs from International and U.S. federal, state and local agencies, alongside contractors, media, academics, non-profits and others who tweet about issues and ideas important to the "business of government."
The Government Technology Research Alliance (GTRA) provides CXO government leaders a forum to collaborate, strategize and create innovative solutions for today's most pressing IT needs. GTRA identifies cutting-edge technologies and solution providers to bridge the gap between strategy and the execution of government IT initiatives. GTRA is revolutionizing government collaboration for solutions and innovation!
The Highlands Group
The Highlands Group has been termed an"intellectual capital venture firm" with extensive experience assisting corporations, organizations, and government leaders frame issues and consider alternatives, drawing on an international network of innovators. Highlands facilitates cross-disciplinary gatherings of creative thinkers to pursue ideas just off the radar and build strategies for execution. The Highlands Group is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and Carmel Highlands, California.
InformationWeek Government provides news, analysis, research, and insight on the IT strategies and initiatives of federal, state, and local governments and government agencies. The InformationWeek Government site and integrated content offerings are focused on government IT pros, with the unique focus on the business value of technology.
iStrategyLabs is an interactive agency that develops creative solutions to clients' challenges and brings them to life in the digital and physical world. In Government 2.0 circles, iStrategyLabs is widely known for co-creating Apps for Democracy with Vivek Kundra and DC's Office of the CTO.
With more than 10 million monthly pageviews, Mashable is the world's largest blog focused on social networks and web 2.0 news. Mashable's readers include the most tech-savvy early adopters, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, influencers, Web 2.0 aficionados and technology journalists.
OhMyGov! publishes news, analysis, and rankings of government performance daily at OhMyGov.com. The company also offers advanced media analysis tools, social media training, and media campaign planning to public affairs and communications professionals.
The Public Manager
The Public Manager is a quarterly journal dedicated to encouraging professionalism and high performance at all levels of government. It offers indispensable information from the unique perspective of government managers writing from real world experience. Sponsored by the American Society for Training and Development, and published by The Bureaucrat, Inc., visit www.thepublicmanager.org for more information.
To help government be efficient and transparent, technology companies need to be effectively positioned in front of government decision makers. They must speak the language that motivates agency business leaders and policymakers, and use every tool possible-from traditional media to thought leadership events to cutting edge social media outreach-to reinforce key messages among target audiences. Qorvis will help you accomplish this. Qorvis has the experience, insight and knowledge of the industry to significantly increase the visibility of technology and services companies across the government market.
A Top 5 online newspaper destination (comScore, July 2009), Topix is the leading news community on the Web, connecting people to information and discussions that matter to them in every U.S. town and city. Topix also helps media companies to engage their online audiences through syndicated forums, headline widgets, hyper-local platforms, RSS feeds, and more.
We Love DC
We Love DC highlights the best that the DC area has to offer: Food and drink, arts and culture, transit and traffic, history and myth are all part of what we cover.
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