12 Days of Open Government Resolutions

Resolution 1: Begin gathering public input for Version 2 of the US National Action Plan

Resolution 2: Make it easier for the public to track agencies’ open government work

Resolution 3: Encourage Agencies to Join FOIAOnline

Resolution 4: Direct Agencies to Update their FOIA Regulations

Resolution 5: Direct agencies to make all Reports to Congress and Communications with Members of Congress available in a central location on the agency website

Resolution 6: Direct all agencies that collect electronic visitor records to make them available to the public in an easy-to-search and downloadable format

Resolution 7: Direct agencies to make enough information available so that the public can have an informed opinion of what is "high-value" data

Resolution 8: Set up the White House-led classification Steering Committee recommended in the PIDB report

Resolution 9: Release the number of cases cut off from the courts by the use of the states secret privilege that were referred to agency IGs

Resolution 10: Protect people who blow the whistle on waste, fraud, abuse and illegality in the federal government

Resolution 11: Make authoritative interpretations of law (e.g., FISA Court opinions, OLC memos, administrative rulings) available to the public with minimal redactions to safeguard classified information

Resolution 12: Encourage the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) to set shorter interim steps and deadlines to implement the Records Management Directive

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