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How Hill Staffers Deal with Bosses Who Tweet

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, June 1 2011

A report from Politico's Scott Wong on the Twitter nervousness sweeping Capitol Hill in the wake of the, well, Weiner underwear situation, contains this gem: To stay just a few seconds ahead, staffers have set up email ... Read More

Heard on the Hill?

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, April 14 2011

Members of Congress and their staff talk about how they make sense of what they're hearing from the public, with a focus on what's coming into them online, in this new video from the Congressional Management Foundation. ... Read More

Goodbye DC, Hello Silicon Valley

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, March 29 2011

A landing pad for many folks revolving out of the White House and Capitol Hill is, these days, the Internet industry -- Twitter, Google, Facebook, reports the Washington Post's Cecelia Kang in a nice catch. Read More

Do Not Blast: Hill Staffers Want Personalized Notes, Digital or Otherwise

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, January 31 2011

A new Congressional Management Foundation report, "Communicating with Congress: Perceptions of Citizens Advocacy on Capitol Hill" (pdf) Read More

Tea Partiers Call Their Congresspeople. On Their Cells.

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, November 12 2010

The Tea Party Patriots got upset yesterday when it turned out the Claremont Institute, the California-based conservative think tank, had scheduled its DC "freshman orientation" for new Republicans members of ... Read More

"It's Not Make Believe"

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, October 15 2010

Fast Company's Austin Carr has a look inside House Republican Whip Eric Cantor's new media shop, with a spotlight on Cantor's director of new media Matt Lira. Read More

P Street Aims to Bring Progressive Lobbying to Capitol Hill

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, July 26 2010

You'll have to trust me on this, because I can't find the link, but a couple months back I made the case for the idea that the thousands of Democratic staffers running Capitol Hill were an organizer's dream, in the hands ... Read More

The Case for Outsourcing the BP Video Feed

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, May 21 2010

FireDogLake's Michael Whitney fleshes out his argument against Rep. Ed Markey's (D-MA) BP live video feed of the Deepwater Horizon leak. Though I'd argue that given Congress' jurisdictional interest here, the takeaway ... Read More