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Sunshine Week 2011 Webcast - The Road Forward on Open Government, Panel 2

The day after his inauguration, President Barack Obama committed his administration "to creating an unprecedented level of openness in Government." During this Sunshine Week event transparency experts from inside and outside government discuss how far the administration's efforts have moved us, two years into the effort, to that goal. Panelists assess progress from both a policy and a technical standpoint, and what more we can and should expect the administration to do to meet its goal.

The event was broadcast live from the Center for American Progress.

Sunshine Week 2011 Webcast - The Road Forward on Open Government, Panel 1

The day after his inauguration, President Barack Obama committed his administration "to creating an unprecedented level of openness in Government." During this Sunshine Week event transparency experts from inside and outside government discuss how far the administration's efforts have moved us, two years into the effort, to that goal. Panelists assess progress from both a policy and a technical standpoint, and what more we can and should expect the administration to do to meet its goal.

The event was broadcast live from the Center for American Progress.

Sunshine Week 2011 Event & Webcast - The Road Forward on Open Government

An archived version of the webcast is available here
at the Center for American Progress. You can also watch clips of each of the panelists, and the Q&A here for Panel 1 and here for Panel 2, or the CSPAN broadcast here.

DC-area Events - Sunshine Week 2011

Sunshine Week is an initiative of the American Society of News Editors to promote a dialogue about the importance of the public's right to know what its government is doing, and why. The celebration coincides with National Freedom of Information (FOI) Day and James Madison's birthday on March 16. Read More for a listing of DC-Area 2011 Sunshine Week Events.

Registered Sites - 2011

The following sites have agreed to be included in the online directory of sites. Unless otherwise noted, the events are open to the public. Sites are added as registration forms are completed. Please note, registration closes on March 14, 2011.
To list your site, please contact Amy (Fuller) Bennett, Program Associate, OpenTheGovernment.org, afuller at openthegovernment.org.

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