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8 HOT White House Twitter feeds

November 29, 2010 No Comments

Have you checked out the President’s blog lately?

In a recent post, the White House helps tweeters navigate the “8″ official White House Twitter accounts. Each White House account provides a different view into the Obama administration.

Below are the Top Twitter Accounts for the White House:

@whitehouse – The White House (1,882,850 followers)
@OpenGov – The White House Open Government Initiative (117,163 followers)
@PressSec – Press Secretary Robert Gibbs (113,918 followers)
@whitehouseostp – The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (108,942 followers)
@macon44 – New Media Director Macon Phillips (3,927 followers)
@petesouza – Chief Official White House Photographer Pete Souza (7,343 followers)
@billburton44 – Deputy Press Secretary Bill Burton (15,995 followers)
@lacasablanca – La Casa Blanca (5,878 followers)

Some interesting tweets I recently read:

The government recently redesigned The Federal Register  

The Federal Register is the official daily publication for rules, proposed rules, and notices of Federal agencies and organizations, as well as executive orders and other presidential documents. It is updated daily by 6 a.m. and is published Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays. The website has been updated to give the public easier access to these daily publications.

The President’s SAVE Award

Thousands of Federal employees submitted their ideas for streamlining government and saving tax dollars. Trudy Givens from Portage, Wisconsin, who works for the Bureau of Prisons, was chosen the winner out of 18,000 ideas. She suggested that instead of automatically having a hard copy of the Federal Registry sent to her office daily, Fedreal employees should be able to opt-in for hard copy delivery. This would yield savings associated with printing and postage. The number of hard copies mailed was reduced from roughly 25,000 to 500 recipients.

The White House Teamed Up With to answer questions and give advice to job seekers

The White House has turned to social media to get a feel for what aspects of the job market are of most concern to citizens. Job seekers can login to Monster’s Facebook Page where they can pose questions to the Obama Administration with regard to America’s employment climate. There are also a lot of helpful videos for those looking for employment.

On Nov. 14th at 6:30, the White House was lit in pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the White House was lit pink.

President Barack Obama photo with George Clooney

You can also check out behind the scene photos of the president and the happenings within the white house on @petesouza twitter page. For example, did you know that President Obama recently met with actor George Clooney to discuss the situation in the Sudan? Here is the picture to prove it:

Intern Picks: 10 Must-See White House Videos

Saving the best for last – this post definitely was worth reading through all the thousands of white house tweets:

Tweeted by Macon Phillips:

Intern Picks: 10 Must-See WH Videos. Perhaps the most agonized-over blog post in history!


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