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Sunlight Foundation tracks agencies' open gov Web pages

The Sunlight Foundation is tracking when federal agencies and departments post open government Web pages as mandated under the Open Government Directive. According to the site, so far 13 out of 20 agencies have posted open government pages.

By Feb. 6, each agency must create an open government Web page named www.[agency].gov/open to serve as the gateway for agency activities related to the directive.

Government 2.0 blog reader Doug Ward kindly passed along the Web address.

Posted by Doug Beizer on Feb 04, 2010 at 7:24 PM


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