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Jon Bartholomew

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From: Kammerer, Chelsea [mailto:Chelsea_...@who.eop.gov]
Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2009 4:37 PM
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Subject: Next Steps: The White House Open Government Initiative Dashboard and Data.gov


Good evening,


On Tuesday, December 8, the Open Government Initiative published the new Open Government Directive. The Directive is the latest in a long timeline of open government milestones during the course of the last year.  Since the President signed the executive memorandum on Transparency and Open Government as his first executive action, innovators across the government have been working to create a more accountable and effective government. The Progress Report on Open Government for the American People explains what’s been done to date and where we go from here.


Now we need to enlist your continued participation and collaboration with this process to help us continue to succeed in changing the way that Washington works.  


Next Steps: The White House Open Government Initiative Dashboard and Data.gov


1.       Open Government Dashboard: The Open Government Directive calls for the creation of an Open Government Dashboard to measure progress and impact. Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Beth Noveck is looking for your input, including as to the metrics by which we measure success.  Click here to participate.


2.       Future of Data.gov: The Open Government Directive instructs all federal agencies to make available high-value data that promote national priorities and improve the lives of everyday Americans through Data.gov.  Yet the current version of Data.gov is just the beginning. Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra asks for your help in shaping the future of this key open government platform. As part of the Data.gov Dialogue, you can download the draft plans, submit a new idea, or comment on someone else’s.  We look forward to Evolving Data.gov with you.


Please share these two opportunities with your networks, and stay tuned for upcoming additional opportunities to participate and collaborate in the implementation of the Open Government Directive. 


Thank you.




Chelsea Kammerer

The White House 

Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Office of Public Engagement

p: 202.456.3182 I ckam...@who.eop.gov  


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