You can now send a note to President Obama on Facebook using the White House’s Messenger bot, the first of its kind for any government.
As the new State Department spokesman, John Kirby is the primary communicator of U.S. foreign policy. Much preparation goes into the daily press briefings.
Rather than shame corrupt officials, the Integrity Idol TV contest honors the most honest officials and treats them like rock stars.
Three police chiefs in the U.S. address perceptions of law enforcement and how their departments are improving their communities.
U.S. Embassy Moscow just held another chat with Ambassador John Tefft on VKontakte (VK), whose 68 million daily users make it Russia’s most visited...
From "fireside chats" on the radio to Twitter, presidents going back a century have adopted the latest technologies to communicate with the American people.
In books and TV shows, you might see U.S. government officials accepting lavish meals and gifts. In reality, there are strict rules against this corruption.
Technology makes government operations more transparent and delivery of services more efficient and less costly. It’s often called e-government.
Through their community policing outreach effort, this police department is handing out ice cream. See how other cities are reducing crime in their streets.