MorningScoop: State Breaks New Twitter Ground, Commerce COMPETES, GSA OSCIT 2011 Report


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The State Department made history on Friday, holding its first Twitter briefing where Department Spokesperson Victoria Nuland answered five questions submitted through the social media platform. The questions were submitted in a variety of different languages, including Arabic, Chinese and Farsi. Read the transcript or view photos

The Department of Commerce releases COMPETES report

The White House gets to the point

The next Tech@State is open for registration …

Big report from Dave McClure and the gang at GSA

Obama at the CFPB

Joining Forces and the NCAA

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