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Betsy Steele

Crowdhall, Tint Now Available for Federal Use

It’s been a busy few months negotiating Terms of Service on behalf of the federal government, and we’re happy to announce CrowdHall and Tint are now available and that the Tumblr agreement has been updated for the first time in almost 2 years.CrowdHall logo CrowdHall allows you to open an online town hall in a short amount of time, in order to host public or private Q&A sessions between a large number of people and up to five hosts.

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Agency Points of Contact for Federal Compatible Terms of Service Agreements

Below is the list of cabinet and non-cabinet agency points of contact for the federal-compatible Terms of Service agreements. If your agency is part of a larger agency, your contact will be at the larger agency, as these agreements are negotiated and signed for the entire agency. If your agency isn’t listed below, contact Betsy Steele and she will add your point of contact to the list. Agency-Cabinet Department Name Agriculture (USDA) Peter Rhee Commerce Stan Olshefski

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Eventbrite Now Available for Federal Use

Does your agency host events, organize meet-ups, or provide training and professional development? Then Eventbrite can help you manage the process more easily and efficiently. Eventbrite is the latest tool with a federal-compatible Terms of Service. Eventbrite is an online ticketing service that allows event organizers to plan, set up registration or ticket sales and promote events and publish them across Facebook, Twitter and other social-networking tools directly from the site’s interface.

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Thunderclap Now Available for Government-Wide Adoption

Thunderclap is the latest social media and crowd-sourcing platform available to federal agencies to better engage with the public, with a newly negotiated government-compatible Terms of Service (TOS) agreement. GSA collaborated with Thunderclap to negotiate the amended terms, which brings the total number of tools with federal-compatible agreements to 66. Social media is an easy way to say something. But sometimes it’s a difficult way to be heard, with the vast amount of content being shared every day.

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Instagram Now Available for Federal Agencies

Instagram is the latest mobile and social media tool available to federal, state and local governments to better engage with the public, with a newly negotiated government-compatible Terms of Service (TOS) agreement. GSA collaborated with Instagram to negotiate the amended terms, which brings the total number of tools with federal-compatible agreements to 65. Instagram is a free online photo-sharing, video-sharing and social networking service that allows its users to take pictures and videos, apply digital filters to them, and share them on a variety of social networking services, such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Flickr.

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