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Web 2.0 at Dept. of Defense

The Department of Defense has a site devoted to a discussion of using Web 2.0 and social media in general.

  • DoD Web 2.0 Guidance Forum

    “We want to examine the importance and relevance of Web 2.0 capabilities to Military families and get your view of its impact.”

  • Signs Of Support For DoD 2.0, By J. Nicholas Hoover, InformationWeek, (August 12, 2009)

    “An online forum created to promote discussion about the use of social media by the U.S. military is buzzing with commentary. The White House is pointing to the forum as an example of the type of openness and transparency the Obama administration seeks to encourage among federal agencies.”

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