Government blows past deadline for fourth National Action Plan for Open Government
After some delays, the plan was slated for release on Aug. 31.
18F begins work on centralized FOIA website
18F is building a website that allows users to file a FOIA request for any agency in one place.
Why IBM, AWS, others care about open government data
More than 80 organizations, including tech companies such as Yelp, want the government to act quickly on the OPEN Government Data Act.
OPEN Government Data Act to get another chance
Legislation setting a presumption that all government information should be published as open, machine-readable data is back with bipartisan support in the House.
Internet Archive offers to host PACER for free
Right now people looking to access court records electronically have to slog through a difficult-to-use site that charges 10 cents per page. But the Internet Archive — a non-profit digital library — wants to offer the Public Access to Court Electronic Records service, known as PACER, for free, according to a letter the group sent to the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet.
IT management and tech-driven transparency remain at forefront for House Oversight
The House Oversight and Government Reform committee on Thursday approved 20-to-14 its authorization and oversight plan for the 115th Congress, which included plans to continue to oversee the federal government's ability to manage its IT, and to push for technology-based solutions that make government more transparent.