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As part of the Open Government initiative, the U.S. federal government has set up a series of platforms to inform, educate, engage and collaborate with the public. This document categorizes the ...

As part of the Open Government initiative, the U.S. federal government has set up a series of platforms to inform, educate, engage and collaborate with the public. This document categorizes the existing platforms based on their OG contributions, goals, audience, processes, and observed outcomes.

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    • Open government platforms in the executive branch of the U.S. federal government Platform Item Archive.gov ITDashboard .gov Performance. gov Data.gov Ready.gov Regulations. gov Petitions. Whitehouse. gov Challenge. gov Healthcare. gov   Goal Information, education Information, education Information, education Information, education Information, education Inclusion of diverse knowledge in the policy making process First amendment: constitutional right to petition1 Solutions to public management problems Provide online marketplace   Audience (crowd) The public The public, internal government stakeholders (Congress, etc.) The public, internal government stakeholders (Congress, etc.) The public, civic hackers, business & nonprofit sector The public, Students, educators The public impacted by suggested policy, knowledge- able contributors, professionals The public, civic engagement groups Amateur, professional problem solvers The uninsured public, healthcare providers   Process Information display Data sets by agency & IT project Links to agency- specific reports Data sets & apps display Display information, learning material, use social media campaigns to reach out to attract attention Post draft policies, collect comments, rewrite, move policy into decision- making process Search existing petitions, vote Submit new petition, solicit votes Response General solicitation, solution submission, review, participatory improvement, selection, pay prize Marketplace: Select location (state), redirect to state sites   Outcomes Searchable, accessible online archive of artifacts, records Provide actionable information for policy makers and agency decisions makers Provide actionable information for policy makers and agency decisions makers Reuse of government data, apps, business opportunities, reduce # of FOIA requests Behavioral change: public awareness, preparedness, reaction to government alerts Increased public awareness for new policies, lower conflicts and implementati on challenges Guarantee freedom of speech and of the press Innovative incremental, radical innovations in government and for economic development Increase (access to) public health by providing universal healthcare, economic development   Main contri- bution Transparency Online marketplace Participation Collaboration                                                                                                                 1 Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. -The First Amendment, United States Constitution