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Federal employees do great work. On Friday, I asked federal employees to tell me about what they were proud of accomplishing in the past year. I got some great responses, and here were three of my favorites!
Steve Lewis at the US Trade and Development Agency shared some of their social media accomplishments from this past year. During World Trade Month they held three separate #TradeChats to talk about trade across the federal government. You can read all about it on their site: http://www.ustda.gov/tradechat/. It’s a great example of how federal agencies are using social media to reach their audiences.
Lisa Wolfisch shared on Twitter that she’s proud of making the U.S. Census Bureau data accessible in new ways. You can find out more about their accomplishments at www.census.gov/mobile.
And a user named Nic at Nite gave my favorite answer! I’ll let that tweet speak for itself.
Thank you all for participating. Keep sending me your successes; I always want to hear them because I know there is truly great work going on throughout the government 365 days a year. You can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet them @OPMDirector or leave me a comment on Facebook.
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