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Federal CIO tells agencies to prepare to make more project data publicly available. Approach diverges from Bush administration scorecard.
One of the top buzzwords in the federal space these days is transparency. More and more officials are embracing the idea of the government being more open and transparent, and more are making use of social collaboration and networking tools in their agencies. But how are they faring in implementing the tools of collaboration? A blue-ribbon panel at the yesterday's MeriTalk/Adobe Government Assembly offered some perspective.
Federal CTO Chopra points to HHS, DoD as examples of how departments are embracing the new concept. He says open government directive in final stages.
The Food and Drug Administration wants the public to comment on eight draft proposals aimed at making the agency's enforcement data more "accessible and user-friendly," according to a release.
Pressing the Obama White House on accountability and openness
To a nation reeling from recession and facing long-festering problems, President Barack Obama has a simple reminder: "We are not quitters." But, what was he saying to feds?