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A Guide to Owning Transparency

Published by the Open Forum Foundation in October 2011, A Guide to Owning Transparency: How Federal Agencies can Implement and Benefit from Transparency is based on the in-person discussions hosted during the Focus Forum Owning Transparency: People, Processes, and Technology at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) on February 18th, 2011 and contains some remarkable contributions by a host of academic authors that have been involved in OPM’s Open Government implementation since the beginning. It was edited by Wayne Moses Burke and Maxine Teller.

This guide moves beyond the traditional discussions of transparency as a means for good government, and considers the real life logistics of implementation for a federal agency, as well as the benefits that an agency may incur from developing a transparency program that fits their mission and improves their internal capacity.

Resource Link:  http://openforumfoundation.org/2011/10/03/owning-transparency/

Submitted via the Add-a-Resource form by Wayne Moses Burke, founder and executive director of the Open Forum Foundation. Track him down on the http://open4m.org/ website.

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