National Archives’ (NARA) Open Government Plan 4.0 Open For Review and Comment
From the NARA’s FOIA Obudsman Blog:
As the Archivist of the United States announced earlier this week, you can now review and comment on the National Archives and Records Administration’s Open Government Plan 4.0 on Github. The plan covers steps the National Archives intends to take over the next two years to strengthen open government within our agency and across the Federal government.
The National Archives is treating this plan as a living document and will update the plan based on the feedback received. We hope you will check out the plan and take a few moments to share any of your suggestions!
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