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Open source headlines from the Open Government plans

The Obama Administration's Open Government Directive ordered Federal agencies to produce open government plans by April 7th, and while some adv

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What the Open Government Directive Means for open source

On the heels of the Open Government Memo of January 21st, 2009, the Obama Administration has issued the Open Government Directive. The Directive tells agencies what they must do to meet the expectations set by the Memo. The directive names many deadlines for agency compliance, most of them around reducing FOIA backlogs and increasing the amount of agency data released to the public. This isn't surprising, since the Memo names transparency, collaboration, and participation as the guiding principles. » Read more

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