Some federal agencies are already moving to post drafts of their plans for public discussion in advance of the Sept. 15 deadline to post their next Open Government Plan online, including the Social Security Administration and the Department of State.Continue reading
The release of a critical report by the State Department’s inspector general on Hillary Clinton’s email practices answers questions that have lingered since last March — and raises new ones.Continue reading
Eight of the 29 federal executive branch agencies that are required to publish Open Government Plans in compliance with the president's Open Government Directive to have yet to do so.Continue reading
A coalition of environmental groups hit the Washington airwaves during the Sunday morning talk shows with ads pressuring Secretary of State John Kerry to oppose the Keystone XL pipeline, which is under review at his agency.
The All Risk, No Reward Coalition spent a total of $28,000 to run a 30-second ad on Fox News Sunday and CBS's "Face The Nation" on Washington TV stations, documents in Political Ad Sleuth show. It follows two other TV ads the group ran in April in Nebraska and D.C. TV markets. The latest ad urges the Kerry to heed the ...Continue reading
Does management of the Internet need an upgrade? That's the question before representatives of governments, corporations and civil society groups at a two-week conference that opened today in the Persian Gulf city of Dubai.Continue reading
By Daniel Schuman, Cassandra LaRussa, and Ryan Sibley with Daniel Cloud, Kevin Koehler, Andrew Pendleton, Matt Rumsey, and Bridget Todd. Twitter has become... View ArticleContinue reading
The News Without Transparency: Records not so Open with Obama The Department of Justice’s recently proposed changes for the way... View ArticleContinue reading