Communities @ State
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Communities @ State is one of the U.S. government's internal blogs to promote inter-agency dialog.
The sites in Communities @ State combine content with conversation. They allow easy publication of information, and let readers comment on the material. The program has three goals:
- Promote knowledge sharing within the Department;
- Share information with other Federal agencies; and
- Promote connections and conversation among personnel with shared professional needs and interests.
Since the program's inception in 2005, over 70 blog-based communities have been launched. As of October 2009, there are 59 active communities, and over twenty additional communities are being planned. Over the course of the last year, Communities @ State and Diplopedia have shown 90–600% growth across monitored growth criteria.
- "Major Programs of the Office of eDiplomacy". U.S. Department of State. Retrieved 2011-10-25.