Your Chance to Tell the Government What Documents You Want to See


Health care providers, among others, have an opportunity to provide

recommendations to the government regarding the kinds of government

information they believe should be more readily available. The comments

must be received by June 19, 2009.

The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), a component of the

Executive Office of the President, published a notice in the May 21,

2009 Federal Register seeking public participation in the development of

recommendations for federal agencies to further the Administration's goals of

transparency, participation and collaboration. One of the issues OSTP is

specifically seeking comments on is "what government information should be

more readily available on-line or more easily searched?" Carel Hedlund of Ober|Kaler discusses.

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