The proposed tool would let FDA know who’s responding to its programs and what they think.
"The Food and Drug Administration is in the market for a digital tool to monitor how well it’s getting its message out through social media and whether the public’s response is positive or negative, solicitation documents show."
Pam Bondi, Florida’s attorney general since January 2011, spoke to InsideCounsel about how her office has collaborated with other AGs, federal authorities and the private sector to tackle some of Florida’s most pressing problems...
"A couple of weeks ago I attended a conference where the keynote speaker, Jeremiah Owyang from the Altimeter Group, presented his latest research report, “The Collaborative Economy.” The premise of the report is that social technologies have changed everything from communications to marketing to customer care, which has brought us to an era of consumers sharing products and services among one another in lieu of purchasing through businesses."
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