Category «E-Government»

The Goverment Domain: Government Topics at the SLA 2008 Conference

Peggy Garvin’s article focuses on key speakers and significant issues, services and websites that hightlighted issues, initiatives and services significant to the government documents arena.

Subjects: E-Government, Government Resources, Legal Research, The Government Domain

The Government Domain: Plain Language in Government Communications

Peggy Garvin demonstrates the impact of the Plain Language in Government Communications Act of 2008 on the accessibility of content posted on e-government websites.

Subjects: E-Government, The Government Domain, Web Accessibility, Web Management

The Government Domain: Regulations.gov 2.0

Peggy Garvin reviews the new interface, new features and capabilities, and roster of participants on what has been dubbed “Regulations.gov 2.0,” released in December 2007 by OMB.

Subjects: E-Government, Government Resources, The Government Domain

The Government Domain: Journalists and Government Information: SLA-DGI/GODORT Joint Meeting

Peggy Garvin spotlights presentations on using government documents, by New York Times reporter Scott Shane and Washington Post research editor Alice Crites, at a recent joint meeting of the SLA Government Information Division and the ALA Government Documents Roundtable.

Subjects: E-Government, Government Resources, Legal Research, The Government Domain

FOIA Facts – FOIA Litigation: When A Loss Isn’t Always A Loss

According to Scott A. Hodes, bringing a FOIA case often results in a more timely release of information, more information being released then the agency would have released if it wasn’t in litigation and more information going to the requester about agency decisions and withheld documents.

Subjects: E-Government, FOIA Facts, Freedom of Information, Government Resources, Legal Research

CongressLine by GalleryWatch.com: The Earmark Reality

Paul Jenks offers insights into the procedures by which Congressional earmarks are used to inject opinions and priorities, great and small, into the governing process.

Subjects: Congress, CongressLine, E-Government, Legal Research

The Government Domain: Click-and-Print State Profiles

Various federal government agencies make canned “state profiles,” tables of data for a specific state, available on their sites. These tables are quick and easy, and Peggy Garvin demonstrates how to find them.

Subjects: E-Government, Government Resources, The Government Domain

The Government Domain: Back to School for Constitution Day 2007

For librarians and educators planning programs for Constitution Day, Peggy Garvin’s column links to a variety of web resources for online versions of the United States Constitution and related teaching materials.

Subjects: E-Government, Government Resources, Legal Research, The Government Domain
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