Posts Tagged: open government

Legislink – Legislative URLs citation made easy

Note that this post is a cross post from my blog, http://sleepisoptional.wordpress.com/2009/10/09/legislink-org-legislative-links-made-readable/ Finding legislative materials is often have the battle of staying informed on what law makers are doing. Sites like opencongress.org and govtrack.us are aimed at making congressional information more accessible and do a good job at achieving this goal. A new project, legislink.org,Read… Read more »

Fast records management (#ERM) facts from new AIIM survey

The new AIIM Records Management Industry Watch survey is now available. The survey can be downloaded at THIS LINK. The survey results are free, but you must register first. Overall, our findings show that in most organizations, electronic records are still taken less seriously than paper records. Responsibility for applying good records management practice toRead… Read more »

Takeaway from OGI Conference: Trust as a Benefit from Social Media

One recurring theme I heard over the course of the two-day Open Government and Innovation Conference was trust. I believe it was David Wennergren from DoD who recommended Stephen M.R. Covey’s book “The Speed of Trust.” I haven’t read it yet but plan to, because I think the connection between social media and trust isRead… Read more »

Final Phase of Open Government Initiative (Help Draft Policy Recommendations – Deadline June 28)

Please participate in the White House’s final phase…They are looking for your insights…More below ————————– Today the Drafting Phase (Phase III) of the Open Government public consultation process begins at www.whitehouse.gov/open (click on Participate). This Drafting Phase invites you to collaborate on creating recommendations for open government policy using a web-based wiki tool. You areRead… Read more »