Show Me Your /OPEN Web Page – Be the next…

February 5, 2010: OpenEPA is LIVE! http://openepa.ideascale.com/ #OpenGov” #OpenEPA

They should all be open for ideas by the end of the day, or by tomorrow morning…
OK, who has http://agency.gov/open webpages up?

Until the OGD Dashboard gets developed and implemented, how about posting your agency’s /open web pages here? Has anybody got one up yet? “Show Me Your URL!” 😉

White House http://www.whitehouse.gov/open

OGD DashBoardhttp://blog.ostp.gov/2009/12/16/the-white-house-open-government-dashboard-seeking-your-input/

Here’s SunLight Labs Open Watcher – http://sunlightlabs.com/open/

1.20.2010 – Labor Dept. Open Website appears to be the first real one. http://www.dol.gov/open

1.22.2010 – Homeland Security Open Page: http://www.dhs.gov/open
HUD = http://www.hud.gov/open
DOT = http://www.dot.gov/open
USAID = http://www.usaid.gov/open

2.1.2010 – USDA – (With Citizen Engagement Tool) – http://www.usda.gov/open/

2.3.2010 – OK, so I’m tooting our horn – OpenEPA is LIVE!

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Profile Photo Michael Corey Daconta

I am much more concerned about the quality of those pages than the quantity. The two you have listed so far are not even worth clicking on as they are BOTH just placeholders. IMO, Sunlight labs should not be counting DOT as having a page…

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Business.gov, an SBA program, has just published several datasets to meet the OGD. You can find them on the Small Business Administration’s Open Page: http://www.sba.gov/open/

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