Three days after graduating on Saturday, May 10, I moved to a small room, in a small house in Northwest Washington, D.C. The day after, I started work at my paid summer internship with FedScoop.com.
FedScoop, based in Georgetown, covers federal IT and technology.
I started work on Wednesday, and in the first three days of work, I’ve written and published six stories. I’ve covered one foundations attempts to modernize America’s election process, a new plan by the White House to modernize infrastructure permitting and how one digital communications director created a guide to Google Analytics for other government agencies.
Below is a full list of the stories I wrote this week:
- Social government makes inroads with citizens
- How Google Analytics became a staple for many federal agencies
- How innovation can improve voter turnout
- HHS looks for third set of entrepreneurs
- White House release framework to update infrastructure
- Census bureau rolls out new site with interactive focus
For a running tally of what I’m doing at FedScoop, head on over to the FedScoop page of my website.