Bill Greeves is the CIO of Wake County, N.C.
Bill Greeves is the CIO for Wake County, North Carolina. Greeves also is the founder of MuniGov2.0 -- a coalition of local/municipal governments focused on exploring the use and principles of Web 2.0 in an effort to improve citizen services and communication via technology. Prior to Wake County, Greeves served as the director of communications & information technology for Roanoke County, Va., the IT director for the City of Hampton, Va., and as an IT division manager for the City of Virginia Beach. Greeves has worked in local government for over 13 years and holds a Master of Arts Degree from Old Dominion University. He is the co-author of Social Media in the Public Sector Field Guide: Designing and Implementing Strategies and Policies from Wiley Publishing.
Yes, Government Agencies Do Need Personal Social Media Policies/Guidelines/Handbooks/Rules/ (Insert Your Preferred Word Here)!
February 20, 2013 - Some additional information regarding the need for a document to guide employee personal use of social media.
Got Gov Data to Share? Go Infographic!
September 28, 2012 - Using infographics to share government data
So You Think You Want to Be A Government CIO?
August 30, 2012 - Public sector CIOs have a very hard job to do. But, they also have some benefits that their counterparts in the private sector do not.
State Tech’s Top 50 Must-Read Govt IT Blogs
August 10, 2012 - Good stuff, all in one tidy little list.
Have You Hugged Your 9-1-1 Dispatcher This Week?
April 07, 2011 - April 10-16, 2011 is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week. We should all do something to show how much we appreciate our First First Responders!
NASCIO Negotiates Govt-Friendly ToS Changes with Facebook
January 06, 2011 - NASCIO worked with Facebook to resolve some of the Terms of Service clauses that have in the past prevented many governments from taking advantage of the services provided by the social network.
Govt 2.0: From Tools to Policy to Convergence
June 30, 2010 - As I think back over the past two years, specifically with my involvement in the world of Government 2.0, I can't help but think its adoption ...
State-By-State Govt2.0 Guidance
June 16, 2010 - Last week, April Edmonds, a Web technology analyst for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWCC) and a member of MuniGov 2.0 launched a ...
This Week's 2.0 Company Happenings: The Good, The Bad and The What?
June 10, 2010 - I don't normally spend much time focusing on the corporate structure behind the tentpole companies of today's social media movement. But the recent announcements ...
Grab Yer Cyber Shovel and Start Diggin' - Virtual Town Begins!
May 07, 2010 - Today I posted a message to the MuniGov mailing list announcing the development of our latest MuniGov collaboration project. During our last few regular ...
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