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Trudy Givens, who works at the Bureau of Prisons in Wisconsin, received more than 20,000 votes for her suggestion to stop printing and mailing the Federal Register to employees. She won the 2010 SAVE Award and talked to President Obama about it Friday.
The administration issued a new memo to help agencies implement the Plan Writing Act. Agencies have a set of deadlines to meet over the next year as part of the law.
Trudy Givens, of Portage, Wisc., beat out more than 18,000 with her idea for an "opt-in" option for hard copies of the Federal Register.
One of the creators of the site explains why his company did what it did.
Just in time for its 75th anniversary in a little more than 10 days, the Federal Register is set to unveil an entirely new look -- online. And in keeping with the Obama Administration's emphasis on the Open Government Initiative, and using the tools of social collaboration, the new FederalRegister.gov is expected to be the result of wider citizen participation.
The official daily newspaper of the federal government is making some drastic improvements to its Web site -- just in time for its 75th anniversary.
Commission seeks comments from industry on how the program should work. FCC wants it to be a voluntary program based on market incentives.
The Federal Register goes transparent with digital information in a usable format.
A notice in the Federal Register asks for public comments on ways to reduce the information collection burden on the public. Administration will accept comments for 60 days. OMB will use the comments to inform its annual report to Congress on how agencies are implementing the PRA.
Proposed rule would give employees more flexibility in how they use their sick leave, and how much sick leave agencies could advance them. OPM also proposes to give employees with military spouses injured in the line of duty time off.