Posts By Matt Zuby

How I define Transparency: A 2-Phase Process

In the development of a more open and transparent government, there are two phases of transparency that can be measured to get at the overall effectiveness of the open government directive. The first option is to look at I deem is the actual transparency. How this blog defines actual transparency is: the tangible data thatRead… Read more »

Open Gov and Persistent Cookies

Over the past year we have engaged in discussions around open government, and the possibility of government sites being granted access to utilizing persistent cookies. There could be lack of trust from citizens, thinking that persistent cookies are just a way to track what you’re doing. But they can also be used to make yourRead… Read more »

Open Gov Dashboard

With the addition of the Open Gov Dashboard @, it got me thinking. This dashboard is great to tell us where the agencies are in terms of meeting the OGD criteria. What I would like to know (maybe I just haven’t found it), is…what are examples of agencies far exceeding expectations? I would likeRead… Read more »