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Open thread: Is the US government more open and transparent?

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You may have seen the news about Vivek Kundra, the United States' first Chief Information Officer (CIO), announcing he will leave the post for a fellowship at Harvard University. But will he leave behind an open source legacy?

Here's an open thread for you to chime in on:

Do you think Vivek Kundra helped to promote open source and transparency as the federal CIO?

Tell us what you think and provide any examples to support your opinion.

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