Toni Bonitto

New to government, Toni spent most of her tech career in the private and nonprofit sectors, and now serves as an Innovation Specialist for DigitalGov in the Technology Transformation Service at GSA.

Widgets, Mobile Apps, and SMS: Essential Agency Tools for Summer Heat Safety, Hurricane Season, and Emergency Preparedness

According to recent Pew Research Center surveys, 45 percent of American adults have tablets and 68 percent have smartphones. While the majority of smartphone owners use their mobile devices to keep up with breaking news and stay informed about what is happening in their communities, nearly half, 40 percent, also reported using their smartphones to look up government services or information. As is the case each summer, most of the U.

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The White House, Back To The Future Day, and the Road to Innovation

Well, it’s here: October 21, 2015. While Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) got to experience flying cars in 1989’s part two of the Back to the Future trilogy, we, on the other hand, are not quite there—yet! As the White House notes, we have come a long way in the past 30 years since the original Back to the Future came out in 1985, and #BackToTheFutureDay is a great opportunity to talk about where we’re going in the next 30.

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NASA + Lunar Eclipse = A Super(moon) Match Made in Metrics Heaven

NASA’s reach over the last 24 hours eclipsed that of the regulars typically seen in government digital metrics. But, all agencies can drive the conversation and accomplish a similar feat with a good content strategy. NASA defines a supermoon, which appears approximately 14 percent larger in diameter due to its proximity to the Earth, as a full or new moon that falls closest to the fall equinox, and is at its closest approach to the Earth.

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DigitalGov Citizen Services Summit

Thursday, May 21, 2015, 8:30 am to 1 pm, EDT. Register now to view the live webcast from D.C. [sites-redirect url=”https://summit.digitalgov.gov” timeout=”0″]

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10 Tips for Creating the Perfect Open Opportunity Task

Divide and conquer: Keep projects simple—if you have a big project, consider dividing it into smaller tasks. You can also offer several tasks at the same time (rather than sequentially). In order to create the Federal Crowdsource Mobile Testing Program, the Mobile team posted a 20 percent task to help plan and create the program. Once the program was up and running, the team created two additional opportunities: one to manage the program and a second to run individual test cycles.

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Oops – The page you’re looking for cannot be found. What you can do: Go back to the homepage. Search for it. Look at the sitemap Check out a list of pages that have been moved. Let us know this page is missing by sending us an email.

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