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Won’t You Help Your Neighbor? Communities Theme Month on DigitalGov

It’s a beautiful day in the DigitalGov neighborhood, and we want you to be our neighbor: no red sweater required.

The strength of digital government depends on robust collaboration across agencies, offices, and disciplines. The virtual federal neighborhood collaborates through numerous communities of practice, each of which promotes the open exchange of ideas and resources.

Communities have already made a big splash in 2015, and for this month’s DigitalGov theme, we’ll highlight those efforts. How do digital communities of practice contribute to making government more open, efficient, and effective? Theme articles will include:

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