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GSA's Open Government Initiatives

Open Government Plan, v. 3.0

GSA’s third Open Government Plan builds bridges between the government and the public, providing tools that smooth communication pathways between federal agencies that face challenges that need solutions and the creativity of the public sector and making it easier for citizens and the business community to participate in government programs.

Dashboard Tracks Federal
Infrastructure Projects

The GSA managed Federal Infrastructure Projects Dashboard improves accountability, transparency, and efficiency of Federal actions by enabling the public to track the status of federal permitting actions and environmental review for expedited high priority infrastructure projects across the nation.

GSA Website Makes it Easy
To Buy Federal Property

GSA's realestatesales.gov site increases transparency and participation by offering the public an easy way to purchase unique properties, while helping government dispose of assets that are no longer needed.

Green Proving Ground

The Green Proving Ground Program is using innovative technology to improve energy use and performance in existing federal buildings.

New E-Waste Policy for Federal Agencies

GSA releases bulletin outlining new guidelines for reusing and recycling government electronics.

USA.gov Helps You Search and Locate Information You Need

USA.gov, the government's one stop website for government info is now offering greater access and better searches of federal websites.

GSA's Open Government Initiatives

Open Government Plan

Version 3.0 of GSA's Open Government Plan showcases our ongoing implementation of collaborative governmentwide platforms and tools and our current strategic initiatives in the U.S. National Action Plan. This version details some of GSA’s ongoing work to make federal procurement information easily accessible online for businesses, government agencies, and the public. Download the GSA Open Government Plan Version 3 [PDF - 402.87 KB].

We recognize that our Open Government Plan is a living document and will evolve. As we continue towards increased transparency, participation, collaboration, and innovation, we will include updates of how these open government principles are integrated in our strategic efforts and mission operations. Details about achievements in these areas can be found on our website, GSA.gov and GSA.gov/open. We invite the public to contribute ideas on ways GSA can become more accountable and accessible. The feedback we receive from the public today will help to shape a more open GSA for tomorrow. Please email us at Open.Government@gsa.gov to let us know:

  • What data or information do you want GSA to make available to the public?
  • What additional open government activities would you like to see GSA involved in?
  • What would you like us to include in our updated open government plan?
  • How you would like our /Open webpage to evolve?

Download previous GSA Open Government Plans

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GSA Open Government Plan 2.0 (Published April 9, 2012)

GSA Open Government Plan 1.2 (Published May 20, 2011)

GSA Open Government Plan 1.1 (Published June 25, 2010)

GSA Open Government Plan 1.0 (Published April 7, 2010)

 

OPEN GOVERNMENT EVALUATION

GSA's Open Government Implementation Dashboard shows the status of our progress for implementing our Open Government Plan.

 
 

 

Senior Officials
Leading GSA's 
OpenGov Efforts

Kathy Conrad
Acting Associate Administrator
Office of Citizen Services
and Innovative Technologies,
Leading Open Government

Christine Harada
Associate Administrator
Office of Government-wide Policy,
Co-Leading Open Government

Michael Casella
Chief Financial Officer
Senior Accountable Official, Quality of Government Spending Information

GSA Leadership Directory

Staff Directory

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How to Reach Us

Darlene Meskell
Director, Global Government Innovation Networks
Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies

We'd like to hear from you!
Email comments and questions to:

Open.Government@gsa.gov

Or call:

1-800-FED-INFO
(1-800-333-4636)

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Open Data

GSA will release agency data to the public via its Open Data webpage in a proactive manner on a continuing basis.

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Digital Strategy

The Digital Government Strategy is aimed at building a 21st century government that works better for the American people.

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