Since 2010, we have made significant accomplishments in open government at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). We have published 3 plans and accomplished more than 120 commitments. NARA commitments are even featured in the U.S. National Action Plan on Open Government. But we still need to do more and we need to hear your ideas on how we can improve.
Please join me for a webinar with other NARA executives on Tuesday, March 29 from 2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern Time. We will provide an overview of the agency’s next Open Government Plan and related topics and seek your ideas, suggestions, and feedback on what we can improve.
Do you have ideas on how to improve the researcher experience? Do you have suggestions for better ways for NARA to collaborate, encourage public participation, or innovate? How can we provide greater transparency to our records or our processes? Let us know!
Share your suggestions or questions in advance and during the webinar on History Hub, our pilot collaborative platform, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You’ll also be able to make suggestions by chat or phone during the webinar, but we’d love to have your contributions on History Hub.
- Introduction – David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States
- Open Government Plan Process – Pamela Wright, Chief Innovation Officer
- Innovation – Pamela Wright, Chief Innovation Officer
- Research Services – Ann Cummings, Access Coordinator
- Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) – Gary M. Stern, General Counsel and Chief FOIA Officer
- Declassification – Sheryl Shenberger, Director of the National Declassification Center
- Records Management – Laurence Brewer, Acting Chief Records Officer for the U.S. Government, and Director, Records Management Operations Program
- Ideas, Comments, and Suggestions – Participants of the webinar are asked to share their thoughts on what NARA should do to strengthen open government.
Thanks to those of you who joined us for this webinar. You can watch recording of the event here: