[govinfo] Phase 3 (final of this round) of Open Gov Directive open

  • From: "Patrice McDermott" <pmcdermott@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "FEN" <fen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <FOI-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <govinfo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 12:20:40 -0400

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http://www.mixedink.com/OpenGov/ 
 
Patrice McDermott, Director 
OpenTheGovernment.org 
www.openthegovernment.org 
202.332.OPEN (6736) 
 
Open Government Directive, Phase Three: Drafting
 



Open Government Initiative


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President Obama issued a Memorandum on Transparency and Open Government in 
which he called for recommendations on making the government more transparent, 
participatory, and collaborative.

The White House Open Government Initiative is crafting these recommendations in 
an open fashion with your input. An initial Brainstorming phase in late May 
asked you to identify topics for the recommendations. The Discussion phase in 
early June explored those topics in greater depth.

Today, we ask you to work together through June 28th to draft recommendations 
that translate good ideas and lofty principles into specific actions that can 
be taken to achieve open government.

Recommendations should be concise and address:

Who? - Who is being directed to do what?
What? - What is the recommendation designed to achieve?
Why? - Why is it important?
How? - How will success be measured?

Each topic can include several recommendations. These recommendations will 
inform the drafting of an ?Open Government Directive? to Executive branch 
agencies.

For more information on the White House Open Government Initiative, please 
visit www.whitehouse.gov/open. Please read the FAQ below to learn more about 
how to write a recommendation. Please click here for a tutorial on how to use 
this tool. Now click on a topic to get started drafting.







The Topics 


TransparencyParticipationCollaboration

Transparency Principles: Defining TransparencyCitizen Participation in 
Government Decision-Making: Creating New Opportunities to 
EngageInter-Governmental and Intra-Governmental Collaboration

Transparency Governance: Institutionalizing TransparencyStrengthening Civic 
Participation: Training People to ParticipatePrizes: Creating Incentives for 
Public-Private Partnerships

Open Government Operations: Strategies for More Open GovernmentNew Technologies 
and Participation: Enabling Participation with New MediaAlternative and Online 
Dispute Resolution

Data Transparency via Data.gov: Putting More Data OnlineEnhancing Online 
Citizen Participation through PolicyAll Other Collaboration Recommendations

Access to Information: Improving Access to Government DataImproving Online 
Public Participation in Agency Rulemaking/E-Rulemaking

All Other Transparency RecommendationsAll Other Participation Recommendations





 

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