The popularity of digital news, citizen journalism, and online democracy has become the spoon that feeds the government-inspired media propaganda. Mass media communication has changed the way government agencies communicate with the public. Today, news regarding politics, government policies, corruptions, and political figures are received within seconds of someone posting a tweet or a digital press release. Communication strategies in the public sector should enable the effective flow of information between government agencies and their internal and external publics. The demand for accountability and transparency in our government has increased over the decades. Internal and external communication has become a primary issue for public sector organizations. It has become an indispensable and innermost component of an effective communication channel between government agencies and the public. Effective communication results in stronger trust between government agencies, the general public, and the media. In addition, effective government communication should uphold the public expectations and serve as a credible source of public information for citizens.