Category «Legislative»

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

FOIA Facts: My Proposals for the FOIA

Following up on the passage earlier this year of the OPEN Government Act of 2007, FOIA expert Scott A. Hodes make two proposals absent from the law, but which would help FOIA requesters.

Subjects: Columns, Congress, FOIA Facts, Freedom of Information, Government Resources, Legal Research

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

FOIA Facts: The Congressional Role in FOIA Operations

Scott A. Hodes contends that Congress must actively use its oversight role to ensure that the new FOIA law, and the FOIA and other disclosure laws that are already on the books, are actively followed and funded.

Subjects: Congress, FOIA Facts, Government Resources, Legal Research, United States Law

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

Analysis of the Energy Bill, the EPA’s Refusal to Grant Waivers and State Laws With Respect to Climate Change

Beth Wellington reviews the contentious debate underway on the state, national and international level, concerning efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles.

Subjects: Congress, Extras, Legislative
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