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Recovery.gov's Michael Wood joins us with a look behind the website's public face.
December 7, 2010
A new way of analyzing data is improving Recovery.gov. JackBe's John Crupi explains how it works.
IBM Center for the Business of Government describes improvements to Recovery.gov.
One of the Obama administration's biggest partners when it comes to the use of technology for open government, the Sunlight Foundation, is questioning whether the push for gov 2.0 is running out of steam. Ellen Miller, Sunlight's executive director, calls the open data plans disappointing because 12 of 30 agencies didn't list any data sets for release. Federal CTO Aneesh Chopra said he welcomes the criticism.
Learn what it took to build Recovery.gov.
A systems integrator tells us what it was like to build the site.
As the CIO of the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board, Jim Warren must ensure that the site meets all of its customers' needs.
Chairman of the Recovery, Accountability and Transparency Board explains that being transparent and open isn't always easy, but the overall results are often positive.
There were high hopes that Recovery.gov, the Web site for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, would serve as a model for the latest use of XBRL. We ask Joe Kull, who is with the Washington Federal Practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers, for a brief layman's explanation of XBRL.