Saved appropriated funds, or reduced cost to the public

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

NTIA: Posting Electronic Files of ARRA Grants: Accountability, Transparency and Enhanced Customer Service

The Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has adopted the best practice of making grant award documents publicly available via its website, www.ntia.doc.gov.    The agency now posts all grant awards and … 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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