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NSFG - Not Safe for Government

NSFG is about applied innovation in state, city, and county government. It focuses on things that may appear to be not safe for government but really only sound dangerous - and can put the good back into public good. Bureaucracies resist the new, different, and disruptive. But the intractable problems and tired old processes of government need them. And citizens expect them. NSFG's origins can be traced back to the GovTech Social podcast, which focused on the community of Govies - that is, social media practitioners in state and local government - with tips and tricks for going social in public regarding platforms, policy and practices.
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Now displaying: February, 2016
Feb 23, 2016

Media Cause’s Lindsay Crudelle joins regulars Dustin Haisler, Paul Taylor, Anil Chawla and Eyragon Eidam to discuss Boston's social media practices. Lindsay was present at creation when the city first embraced social media. In the years since, that original social stance - informed by clear policy and solid infrastructure - has served the city well through tragedy and celebration - and more than a few snowstorms.

Lindsay is now on a campaign to help others evolve their social practices from just posting to integrating social into the life of the city.

Plus, on The Week in Tweet, we discuss Boston's Be Like Sebastian meme and the implications of Facebook's reaction buttons for government social media.

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