Campaign: Making Data More Accessible

8 Open Government Data Principles

The eight Open Government Data Principles should be implemented, making all government data: complete, primary, timely, accessible, machine processable, non-discriminatory, non-proprietary, and license-free. (see: http://resource.org/8_principles.html)

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Campaign: Making Government Operations More Open

Procedural Information

Agencies should create real-time access to procedural information that allows for participation in government affairs, including schedules, transcripts or webcasts of meetings, and dockets and other official documentation -- the same information that lobbyists and agency employees rely on to participate in governance.

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Campaign: Records Management

Avoid Paper-Based Processes

Paper-based processes should be digitized.

 

Electronic reporting systems should be devised for all public filings, and the information should be fed directly into online databases.

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Campaign: Making Data More Accessible

Comprehensive Data Audit

Agencies should undertake a comprehensive audit of their information, and the processes they use to collect it. The audit should focus on providing a comprehensive inventory of all data collected by the agency, agency engagement online, and electronic record-keeping practices.

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