Open Government Plan 2014-2016

Open Gov Plan Cover

Last Friday, the Archivist of the United States blogged the announcement of the release of our newest Open Goverment plan in the post, “Innovate to Make Access Happen.” You can access the agency’s newest Open Government Plan in PDFWord, and at Archives.gov/open.

We also wrote about the plan in more detail on our Narations blog.  For our records management stakeholders, I would encourage you to review section 5 “Provide Leadership and Services to meet 21st Century Needs” (starting on page 29)  where we discuss how the Open Government Plan supports the work being completed on the Managing Government Records Directive. Yes, Records Management is still the backbone of Open Government!

Please review the rest of the plan to see how we have integrated our new strategic plan and how we propose to “innovate to make access happen.” To learn more about our open government efforts, visit Archives.gov/open.  To provide feedback on NARA’s most recent Open Government Plan, please comment below or email opengov@nara.gov.

About Arian Ravanbakhsh

Records Management Policy Analyst in the Office of the Chief Records Officer.
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