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DHS Featured Among Top Government Social Media Accounts

The Department of Homeland Security is proud that three of our social media accounts have been recognized among Government Executive’s top accounts in government. DHS utilizes social media to communicate with the public in dynamic and innovative ways, and strives to provide more information in more places in ways.

Learn more about these award-winning accounts:

DHS Science and Technology Directorate’s Twitter Account

S&T was recognized for their monthly Twitter chats that share the latest in government research and development, and our continued work to provide first responders nationwide with the technology their need to do their jobs.

Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Blog

FEMA’s blog is authored by employees from around the agency, utilizing a variety of viewpoints to communicate on topics ranging from technology to emergency preparedness tips to how we are staying one step ahead of the next threats. The latest blog post, authored by FEMA Region 10 Public Affairs Specialist Erin Ward, is focused on recovery and rebuilding efforts one year after the Oso, Wash. mudslide.

Transportation Security Administration’s Instagram Account
TSA’s Instagram account shares photos of wide variety of prohibited items that our hardworking TSA officers find daily at our nation’s airports – to remind the traveling public what can and can’t fly aboard the aircraft. Additionally, the account highlights useful travel tips, risk-based security initiatives like the popular TSA Pre✓® program, and of course our dedicated workforce and their canine companions.

Learn more about the Department of Homeland Security on social media here.

Last Updated: 09/21/2018
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