Following on the earlier theme of open government and sharing ideas, FedLine brings you more ways you can contribute to President Obama’s national discussion on improving government.
Today the White House, the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board and the National Academy of Public Administration launched a site to gather input on how information technology can bring greater transparency to recovery spending.
The week long “National Dialogue” is soliciting ideas from the public on what Recovery.gov should do and how it should do it. Topics include data collection,Â data storage, data analysis, data presentation, Web site design, and waste, fraud and abuse detection.
At 3:30 p.m., there were approximately 75 ideas posted on The National Dialogue web site, www.thenationaldialogue.org.
Site users can view, rate and comment on ideas — as well as post their own — until May 3.Â And, as always, you can post your ideas at FedLine anytime.