Weekly Round-up: December 10, 2010
- Vivek Kundra proposes a slew of IT reforms for the federal government aimed at lowering operating costs while boosting productivity.
- As if on cue, the USDA has consolidated its email systems (as GSA did last week), and moved to the cloud.
- The future of citizen participation starts with ExpertNet. Federal CTO Aneesh Chopra and Deputy CTO Shelley Metzenbaum explain the importance of citizen participation and how ExpertNet is the first step in closer and deeper engagement between citizens and their government.
- This week marks the first anniversary of Obama's Open Government Doctrine. The Dorobek INSIDER discusses what's been done and what has yet to be done.
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