Archive for 'Open Government'
It’s that time again! We are developing the agency’s third Open Government Plan and we need your suggestions for 2014-2016. Take a look at our overview of proposed actions for this plan and our previous plan and tell us what you would like to see included. How do you think we should further transparency, participation, and […]
Posted by Meredith Stewart on April 2, 2014, under Digitization, Open Government, Questions, Records Management.
This post comes from Doug Ward in Information Services and Meredith Stewart in the Office of Innovation. The Open Data Policy states what we already know really well here at NARA — information is a valuable national resource and a strategic asset to the Federal Government, its partners, and the public. We see this in […]
Posted by Meredith Stewart on February 27, 2014, under Digital Government Strategy, Open Government.
Guest blogger Elizabeth Lieutenant, a Master’s student in Library and Information Science at The Catholic University of America, is a virtual intern in the Office of Innovation. This week we celebrated President’s Day, a U.S. federal holiday that officially honors George Washington’s birthday. While the holiday may be for George, we at the National Archives […]
Posted by Elizabeth on February 19, 2014, under Open Government, Photographs, Social Media (Web 2.0).
Throughout this past year, the National Archives and Federal agencies have been working to implement the Digital Government Strategy by improving digital services to better serve you. We’ve worked toward specific milestones that improve access to government information and we launched Archives.gov/digitalstrategy to report on our progress. We sought your ideas for improvement in August […]
Posted by Meredith Stewart on May 29, 2013, under DC-area Researchers, Digital Government Strategy, Open Government, Wikipedian in Residence.
Last week, a bit of controversy erupted surrounding Wikipedia, after claims surfaced of contributors with paid consultancies editing with a conflict of interest after having been paid to use their Wikipedia savvy to promote their clients. While it is not my intention to get into the particulars of that case here—feel free to read more […]
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