Last year, we made suggestions about how the U.S. Supreme Court should redesign its website. Today, the ... Continue reading
Our next contest, and first of two contests of 2010 is "Design for America". As we talked about in January, opening government involves more than just developers: we need the art and design community to take data from our government ...Continue reading
On the 220th birthday of the Constitution, Sunlight made a simple request: the fantastic legal treatise known as the Constitution ...Continue reading
Representative Steve Israel, Sunlight Executive Director Ellen Miller, and Personal Democracy Forum co-founder Andrew Rasiej announce the introduction of the ...Continue reading
In honor of Sunlight Week I've posted an explanation on what I do and why I do it below ...Continue reading
(Note: this post has been updated since it was first published—see below) It's Sunshine Week again, and in ...Continue reading
According to a procurement officer in the Transportation Department, SF-LLLs, a disclosure form filed by lobbyists when they help their clients pursue contract or grant awards, are filed away with other contracting documents and "kept in a secure place so ...Continue reading
Today Representative Steve Israel introduced the Public Online Information Act calling for government to:
- Create an expert committee for all three branches of government to steer government towards making datasets publicly available in meaningful ways.
- Direct the executive branch to ...