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Top 10 Open Government Websites

Federal agencies face White House orders to become more transparent. These websites expose new data sets, support public petitions, and reveal where taxpayer money goes.
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Of the nearly 600,000 Freedom Of Information Act requests submitted to federal agencies in fiscal 2010, approximately 377,000 were released in full or in part, and some 30,000 others were denied. That comes from FOIA.gov, a hub of information on FOIA requests coming into all federal agencies. The public must still submit written requests (on paper, email, Web form, or fax) directly to the agency in question, but this site provides the big picture on what people are asking for and what they're getting.

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re: Top 10 Open Government Websites
Open government websites sounds interesting but what about the privately held open sharing companies which handled before.
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