The Open Government Partnership
on October 2, 2014
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Excerpts from the four page pdf
- Build digital services in the open. The Administration will expand its efforts to build digital services in the open. This includes using open and transparent processes intended to better understand user needs, testing pilot digital projects, and designing and developing digital services at scale. In addition, building on the recently published Digital Services Playbook, the Administration will continue to openly publish best practices on collaborative websites that enable the public to suggest improvements. Building digital services in the open will allow for collaboration with the public on improvements and enable reuse by entrepreneurs, nonprofits, other governments, and the public.
- Adopt an open source software policy. Using and contributing back to open source software can fuel innovation, lower costs, and benefit the public. No later than December 31, 2015, the Administration will work through the Federal agencies to develop an open source software policy that, together with the Digital Services Playbook, will support improved access to custom software code developed for the Federal government.
http://m.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/microsites/ostp/new_nap_commitments_report_092314.pdf The Open Government Partnership