Social Media Does Not Work in Federal Government

October 11, 2008 at 1:09 am Leave a comment

I look at the following blog and I thought that it does not have a lot of application to the contract auditing environment (http://tinyurl.com/47ymgj). Trying social media in a DOD environment requires a visionary GS-13 IT Tech Specialist and not some random hack GS-12 auditor. As a government auditor, I got deal with the bureaucracy and if the higher-ups do not want use social media, than it is fine with me. I can do my job without social media. In reality, my coworkers are not the Myspace and Facebook nation so there is not a need to use social media.

Look I got to become a big-time manager before I can ram these changes through. So you will not see those changes in DCAA and in reality, we do not really need it.

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Entry filed under: Social Media, Social Networking.

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