Enhanced customer service

Department of Transportation: Use of Web2.0 To Enhance Rulemaking

DOT entereed into an agreement with the Cornell e-Rulemaking Initiative (CeRI) to explore the benefits of the use of blogging and other web 2.0 technology to increase public participation — and the effectiveness of … View more

Department of Transportation Rulemaking Management System: a nimble, efficient and cost-effective management system

DOT created its Rulemaking Management System to help track the Department’s rulemaking; allow for electronic submission, storage, and coordination of those documents; and provide the ability to automatically generate reports based on the data … View more

DOT-EPA: serving as a model for joint rulemaking

DOT and EPA have been jointly developing a number of rules for the past few years addressing (1) fuel economy and GHG emissions in automobiles and light trucks (they are on their second rulemaking … View more

regs.dot.gov increases public engagement in the regulatory process

The Regs.dot.gov website has a number of valuable features. It provides the public with significant information about the rulemaking process and ways for the public to effectively participate in the process; this includes a … View more

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Success Stories Defined

Agency officials have submitted their success stories in response to a Model A survey requesting innovative ideas that meet the some or all of the following criteria:

-Degree of Innovation
-Cost Savings to the Government and/or the Public
-Ability to Replicate Project or Initiative at other Agencies
-Reduction of Unnecessary Duplication
-Transparency
-Efficiency
-Customer Service
-Streamlining or Enhancing Public Participation in the Regulatory Process

These submissions will also be submitted to our esteemed judges for the Annual Walter Gellhorn Innovation Award.

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