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How is Open Government Working for Federal Agencies?

FedCentral: A radio program brought to you by Deloitte


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Learn about the impact of President Obama's Open Government Directive (OGD) on federal agencies.


  • David McClure, Associate Administrator, Citizen Services & Innovation Technologies, General Services Administration (GSA)
  • Ira Goldstein, Director, Deloitte Services LP

David McClure and Ira Goldstein engage in a discussion on how Open Government is working for federal agencies.

Show Highlights

  • President Obama's Open Government Directive
  • Themes driving Open Government through federal agencies
  • Impact on midterm elections on the Administration's initiative
  • - GSA negotiated fed-compliant Terms of Use agreements with many commercial tech/social media providers to allow agencies to use
  • - platform to help agencies conduct contests
  • Ongoing challenges in leveraging the four main principles of data quality: timeliness, accuracy, relevance and completeness

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