Follow Us

Today in OpenGov: On hold

by

In today's edition, exploring how open data can save time on records requests, funding the midterms with hidden money, putting depositions in a high stakes Census lawsuit on hold, detaining more journalists in Myanmar, and more. 

Continue reading
Share This:

Today in OpenGov: Under fire

by

In today's edition, a fake news database, the next generation of police worn body cameras, competing for the President's attention on Fox News, attacks on journalists around the world, and more. 

Continue reading
Share This:

Today in OpenGov: Exemptions

by

In today's edition, FOIA doesn't apply to Congress, the broadband lobby sues California over net neutrality, the Trump family faces new pressure over their tax history and "charitable" foundation, and more. 

Continue reading
Share This:

This Week in Conflicts: Search the First Family’s Potential Conflicts of Interest, Possible Tax Schemes and Another Emoluments Lawsuit Moves Forward

by

This week, search the newly released database of potential conflicts of interest associated with President Donald Trump and other members of the First Family, read the New York Times investigation into possible tax schemes involving President Trump and his family and hear why a judge is allowing a second emoluments lawsuit against the president move forward.

Continue reading
Share This:

Today in OpenGov: An oversight?

by

In today's edition, our board shares an update on Sunlight's organizational review process, we support an effort to boost Congress' technology knowledge, citizens in Oakland oversee smart city surveillance, weaponizing online distraction, and more. 

Continue reading
Share This:

CFC (Combined Federal Campaign) Today 59063

Charity Navigator