Several of the Obama administration’s openness and transparency initiatives may be getting a reprieve. The House Appropriations Committee included $17 million for the E-Government Fund in the latest continuing resolution to fund the government for the rest of fiscal 2011. … Continued
With a possible government shutdown looming, many questions arose today about the fate of federal websites. Would agency and departmental websites remain live online, would they be maintained and secured, would they go dark, or some combination of those situations? … Continued
So far in the 2011 budget year, the federal government has spent $22 billion in Virginia. Defense giant Northrop Grumman alone took in $787 million in the commonwealth. The Virginia Department of Education received $153 million. How do we know … Continued
Government transparency websites likely will be scaled back or even eliminated as a result of a 75 percent budget cut that congressional leaders and the White House agreed to last week.
Federal government transparency programs, including data resource directory Data.gov , face across-the-board budget cuts by 75% in the latest version of the federal budget to emerge from Congressional negotiations. According to the Sunlight Foundation , an independent transparency watchdog organization, the “electronic government … Continued