The new site, to be released in the near future, will allow for petition creation, signage, promotion and review on the White House website.
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Putting the cabinet secretary's schedule up online does little to produce greater accountability or better government. At least there's no empirical evidence to suggest that it does.
By making government data available through E-Gov programs, public officials can then reach outside of government for creative answers to tough problems, which, in turn can save money.
India Govcamp shows the Global Growth of Gov 2.0 and Open Government
Governments and the people they serve around the world are stru...
Singapore Govcamp shows the Global Growth of Gov 2.0 and Open Government
Governments and the people they serve around the world ...
I took Dream Talk Radio to Silicon Valley recently for a very interesting multi-media event about e-government; the idea that advances in technology a...
Sunday I sat down with a small group at Government 2.0 Camp LA to pow-wow about how to get more women involved in government transparency.
If it becomes the core of an ambitious "smart regulation" switch, recovery.gov could cut corporate costs, improve governmental efficiency, and drastically increase transparency.
At a time when the World Bank describes the Obama Administration as embracing e-government themes, why does the President-elect's own tech roadmap fail to mention it by name?
The issue of a government-led artificial restriction on access to information has more or less flown under the radar screen but it won't remain that way; it can't.
While traditional media have disparaged blogs as being unreliable, that chaotic, unmediated world known as "the blogosphere" has led the way in ferreting truth from falsehood.
Inevitably, one day in early 2011, the media will discover that PolarKing111 is a 15 year-old girl.
What we need isn't more regulation of banking and business in general, but "smart" regulation.
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