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A Taste of Data.gov's New Recipe

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, May 20 2010

Wired.com's Eliot Van Buskirk got a sneak peak at the new Data.gov, a.k.a. the redesign of the year-old White House data hub that will be officially released tomorrow. From the looks of it, the revamped site should ... Read More

City of LA Moves Email to Google's Gov-Only Cloud

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, October 29 2009

Here's a deal that U.S. Read More

October is Open Government Manifesto Month

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, October 5 2009

The "Open Government Directive" that Barack Obama ordered up on his first full day in the Oval Office is, reports NextGov's Aliya Sternstein, almost ready to drop. On January 21st, Obama called on OMB to come up with ... Read More

Launching Apps.gov: Tools Safe Enough for Uncle Sam

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, September 16 2009

Hacks.gov is only a matter of time, dontcha think? To be shortly followed by Microblogging.gov. And then Tunes.gov, a clearinghouse for DRM-cleared music that can serve as the soundtrack for government service... Read More

Power at the Edges: Among DC's Lesser Known CTOs and CIOs

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, September 10 2009

At an informal press gaggle of sorts that took place after he left the ballroom stage at the Gov 2.0 Summit, U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra was eager to take the spotlight off of himself and make a point that you often hear in ... Read More

When Gov 2.0 Runs Smack into Its Predecessor

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, July 17 2009

We're not going to hold it against Charles Homans that he cites The Raven in Mt. Pleasant as his favorite DC bar (you locals know what I'm talking about) because his new Washington Monthly piece on data-driven government ... Read More

Help Wanted: Rethinking Gov't 2.0's Legal Framework

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, June 18 2009

Over on the White House blog, U.S. CIO Vivek Kundra and Michael Fitzpatrick from the OMB Office of Information and Regulatory Policy (a.k.a. OIRA) plant a bit of a flag in the ground with a post calling out the ... Read More