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August 24, 2009


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Hi Katie,

I heard you talk last week on Stephen Buckley's OpenGovRadio program and found your comments to be insightful and intriguing. A number of Open Government Directive deadlines have passed and there are many efforts underway to assess whether agencies are meeting the requirements of the Directive. What is not garnering as much attention, however, is the actual ROI of these efforts. Your efforts ought to help highlight the value of openness and transparency.

Anyway, I saw this article in InformationWeek today and thought you may be interested:



Doug Ward

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