Opportunity: Input into the future of Recovery.gov

28 Apr 2009 - 11:46pm
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Janna DeVylder
2006

Hey, folks in the US, you have an opportunity to give input into the future
of Recovery.gov. It is meant to be the site at the center of the recovery
of funds distributed via the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Making Recovery.gov a useful portal for citizens requires finding innovative
> ways to integrate, track, and display data from thousands of federal, state,
> and local entities. With this online dialogue, the Recovery Accountability
> and Transparency Board is reaching out to the public, state and local
> partners, potential recipients and solution providers to help fulfill the
> commitment to a transparent and accountable recovery.
>

What ideas, tools, and approaches can make Recovery.gov a place where the
> public can monitor the expenditure and use of recovery funds?
>

http://www.thenationaldialogue.org/

Deadline for input is Sunday, May 3rd.

Thanks to Dori Tunstall from the U.S. National Design Policy Initiative for
the information.

Comments

29 Apr 2009 - 12:56am
Sharon Greenfield5
2008

Except for the fact that it requires you to register, create a whole
new username and password for yet another site, just to comment on
someone else's idea.
Haven't they heard of IP tracking and Community Managers or even OpenID?
No thanks.

On Apr 28, 2009, at 9:46 PM, Janna Hicks DeVylder wrote:

> Hey, folks in the US, you have an opportunity to give input into the
> future
> of Recovery.gov. It is meant to be the site at the center of the
> recovery
> of funds distributed via the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
>
> Making Recovery.gov a useful portal for citizens requires finding
> innovative
>> ways to integrate, track, and display data from thousands of
>> federal, state,
>> and local entities. With this online dialogue, the Recovery
>> Accountability
>> and Transparency Board is reaching out to the public, state and local
>> partners, potential recipients and solution providers to help
>> fulfill the
>> commitment to a transparent and accountable recovery.
>>
>
> What ideas, tools, and approaches can make Recovery.gov a place
> where the
>> public can monitor the expenditure and use of recovery funds?
>>
>
> http://www.thenationaldialogue.org/

29 Apr 2009 - 8:36am
Scott McDaniel
2007

Well, the world don't move
to the beat of just one drum

On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 1:56 AM, live <human.factor.one at gmail.com> wrote:
> Except for the fact that it requires you to register, create a whole new
> username and password for yet another site, just to comment on someone
> else's idea.
> Haven't they heard of IP tracking and Community Managers or even OpenID?
> No thanks.
>
>
> On Apr 28, 2009, at 9:46 PM, Janna Hicks DeVylder wrote:
>
>> Hey, folks in the US, you have an opportunity to give input into the
>> future
>> of Recovery.gov.  It is meant to be the site at the center of the recovery
>> of funds distributed via the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
>>
>> Making Recovery.gov a useful portal for citizens requires finding
>> innovative
>>>
>>> ways to integrate, track, and display data from thousands of federal,
>>> state,
>>> and local entities. With this online dialogue, the Recovery
>>> Accountability
>>> and Transparency Board is reaching out to the public, state and local
>>> partners, potential recipients and solution providers to help fulfill the
>>> commitment to a transparent and accountable recovery.
>>>
>>
>> What ideas, tools, and approaches can make Recovery.gov a place where the
>>>
>>> public can monitor the expenditure and use of recovery funds?
>>>
>>
>> http://www.thenationaldialogue.org/
>
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