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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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Last September, the White House introduced a new way for the public to petition federal government in the form of "We The People," an online platform that walks citizens through the process of filing a petition in three easy steps. Site visitors can create or sign a petition, and petition creators are responsible for building support and gathering signatures for their petitions. When first launched, the site required that 5,000 signatures be submitted within 30 days to get an official response. As a sign of its popularity, the threshold has been raised to 25,000 signatures.

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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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