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DOI Open Government Initiative




In This Section:

Anniversary Update
DOI Data
Freedom of Information Act
Hearings and Testimony
Interior Regulations
Open Government Contacts
Open Government Plan Self Evaluation
Open Government Timeline
Plain Writing
Plain Writing Act
Regulation & Regulatory Review

Interior Open Government Plan v2.0 (updated April 9, 2012)

Interior Open Government Plan v1.1 (updated June 25, 2010)

The Department of the Interior assembled a multi-functional team from across our department to develop Interior’s Open Government Plan. In addition to meeting all of the requirements of the Open Government Directive, Interior’s Open Government plan seeks to:

  • Create better relationships between government and citizens
  • Enable DOI to understand citizens’ demand for services more clearly and be more responsive to their needs
  • Increase the rate of innovation by leveraging public knowledge
  • Increase DOI’s ability to meet its mission more effectively and efficiently by transparently engaging the public in decision making
  • Encourage the development of Open Government Programs
If you have feedback on our Open Government Plan, please send to open@ios.doi.gov.

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Interior Department Launches Open Government Plan

WED, APRIL 7, 2010

Today the U.S. Department of the Interior published its DOI Open Government Plan, detailing how it will improve transparency and integrate public participation and collaboration into its activities. Read More >

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Interior Opens Conversation on Open Government

FRI, FEBRUARY 5, 2010

Today the Department of the Interior launched DOI.gov/open and an online dialogue about improving transparency, participation, collaboration and innovation in government Read More >

 

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