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How governments are reducing costs and better serving constituents via social

Innovative governments of all sizes have made great strides in using social media to improve the services they deliver to constituents while slashing operational costs.

Download our white paper, The Social Government: How governments are reducing costs and better serving constituents via social media, to learn practical lessons from public sector organizations from around the world, including:

  • Why you don’t need a large social media budget to innovate—and make a real impact

  • How to improve delivery of services—while cutting costs and inefficiencies

  • The benefits of managing social media as a core system, including controlling messaging, and connecting teams, departments and agencies.

To start reducing costs—and serve your constituents better—just fill in the form on the right side of this page, and you’ll get instant access to The Social Government white paper.

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