Scholars suggest that easy access to information may not increase meaningful public engagement in policymaking.
Ideological presumptions should not obscure key elements of “government failure.”
Agency points to oil company’s “lack of business integrity” in temporary suspension order.
Agreement addresses concern that YouTube’s standard terms of service violate state laws.
Incorporated materials may be difficult to obtain, so agencies must make them available at their own expense.
Agencies should use e-government initiatives to improve regulatory compliance.
Defining open government and conceptualizing its success are key first steps in developing a transparency research agenda.
Agencies show how they would react to a funding hiatus
Regulatory news in review
The following essay by Cary Coglianese, Director of the Penn Program on Regulation, appeared recently in the administrative law section of Jotwell.com, reviewing Kay Lehman Schlozman, Sidney Verba, & Henry Brady, “Weapon of the Strong? Participatory Inequality and the Internet,” Perspectives on Politics 8(2): 487-509 (June 2010). * * * * E-government initiatives by both political… Read More »