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Posted at 10:00 AM ET, 12/20/2010

Which federal agency is best on Twitter?

By Ed O'Keefe

A lot happened in 2010, and if one thing's for sure, more users than ever joined, used and learned from Twitter.

DC Tweeps

Not a week went by without The Federal Eye learning of yet another Cabinet secretary or federal agency joining the millions of tweeters, or Twitterers, or Twitter users.

And now, The Washington Post wants to know -- which tweeting wonk became a trusted part of your daily news diet? More specifically for Federal Eye readers, which government agency is doing it best?

Nominate your favorites by visiting washingtonpost.com/dctweeps and nominate your favorite government agency.

We will accept nominations until noon on Friday, and then voting begins on Monday, Dec. 27. (And DON'T forget to nominate The Federal Eye -- @edatpost -- just sayin'!)

By Ed O'Keefe  | December 20, 2010; 10:00 AM ET
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Posted by: jessicawatt21 | December 21, 2010 3:16 AM | Report abuse

OMG who cares

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