If we could send doughnuts electronically, we would, but we haven’t figured out how to do that to entice you to help us shape our agency to be more open. We need to hear from you on the following:
• How well are we doing on transparency, participation and collaboration? What are the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and challenges?
• How can we help more people to participate in our regulatory process?
• What new initiatives should we pursue in our Open Government Plan over the next two years?
• Has our work to date been useful to you? Take a look at our Open Government Accomplishments in 2010 – 2011, the High-Value Datasets we’ve published, and the goals in our Flagship Initiative and let us know if you think we’ve been working on the right things.
• How can we better serve the public?
The NRC’s Open Government Advisory Council is reaching out by hosting an event—
What: A public webinar
When: December 6, 10:00 am to 12 noon (Eastern time)
How: See the meeting notice
Can’t make December 6? Send us your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your voice is important for our next update of our Open Government Plan.Francine F. Goldberg CoChair, NRC Open Government Advisory Council
7 thoughts on “Free Doughnuts — NOT”
Tsk, really disappointing! I was expecting to get some delicious doughnuts.
Our phone directory is on our “Contact Us” page here: http://www.nrc.gov/about-nrc/contactus.html . The Contact Us link can be found at the top of each page, above the masthead.
Yes, Data.gov does require you to create a user account to suggest a dataset. As an alternative, you can use the Online Comment Forum at http://www.nrc.gov/public-involve/open/contactus/contact-form.html on our public Web site and select “Opinions about what additional datasets the NRC should publish” as the “Type of Input.”
I agree. I can’t even find it.
Live feeds of meetings and blog casts are always helpful especially since more people have smartphones.
IN an effort to submit a data set as NRC suggested, my efforts encountered a requirement to establish a Socrata account Thanks for your thick transparency.
It is hard to find the NRC staff phone directory from the NRC web home page. I had to do a search on “phone directory” rather than drill down from the home page.
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