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Agency issues RFI looking for the right person from the public or private sector. The position includes outreach to user communities and identifying new technologies to make information more accessible to the public.
EPA, NASA and Transportation receive two honors each in different categories. Overall 17 agencies received all green scores on the Open Government dashboard.
How can companies meet the need for increased transparency?
When you think of fine arts and the federal government, you probably think of the National Gallery, not the General Services Administration.
Think you can either be sustainable or secure, but you can't be both? Oh nay nay! says GSA's Ed O'Hare.
The General Services Administration took an unorthodox approach to getting rid of unwanted grasses and weeds at one federal building in California - it hired goats.
No kidding. GSA hires environmentally-friendly contractor goats to clear land around the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals courthouse. Lorenzo Davis, property manager of GSA's 9th region, explains.
OMB is using the same data analysis tools to monitor stimulus spending at CMS to reduce their improper payments. Other agencies also are taking advantage of the lessons learned from the creation and operation of the board. Recovery.gov also will receive new features this fall to let citizens track individual projects on their own websites.
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Federal agencies move operations, and people, all the time. Sometimes the reasons are noble: to save taxpayer money, improve operations and for national security. Sometimes they are part of empire-building or please-a-politician reason. Check out Senior Correspondent Mike Causey's column today.