The Labs is preparing for a sold out TransparencyCamp (Feb 28, Mar 1). Meanwhile, interesting tidbits continue. Here's what happened this past week at Sunlight Labs...
48 Hour Open Govt Hack-a-thon Announced. Labs Developer James Turk is attending PyCon ...
This week's most read Sunlight blog posts look a lot like the previous week. 1) "Stop Hiding the Stimulus ...Continue reading
Since Congress passed the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006, (also known as the Coburn-Obama bill) which mandated ...Continue reading
Every week I climb into the depths of the local political blogosphere to find the Sunlight. I use this series ...Continue reading
Congressional Quarterly looks in breadth and depth at the influence of the PMA Group, whose offices were raided by the FBI. (The story is co-written by my old colleague Alex Knott, who started delving into PMA back in 2004.) As ...Continue reading
We're excited to announce a new Sunlight Project: Our Open Government List (OOGL). In order to gather meaningful feedback ...Continue reading
Thanks to earmark disclosure rules passed at the beginning of the 110th Congress, we are able to be entertained—disgusted ...Continue reading
SocialFeds.com, a site I've been following recently about how the federal government does Web 2.0, is the ...Continue reading