Open Government

Resetting Expectations for New Media

Resetting Expectations for New Media

Scholars suggest that easy access to information may not increase meaningful public engagement in policymaking.

Citizen Feedback in Chinese Policymaking

Citizen Feedback in Chinese Policymaking

Officials increasingly consult with an engaged public when setting policy.

Regulating by Reference

Regulating by Reference

The Regulatory Review features an examination of “incorporation by reference” by legal experts on regulation and administrative law.

We Need Full Public Access to the Law

We Need Full Public Access to the Law

Federal agencies must guarantee that all regulatory provisions are fully, publicly available.

We the People of the Internet

We the People of the Internet

White House website collects and responds to public petitions.

New York City Unleashes a Flood of Open Data

New York City Unleashes a Flood of Open Data

Law promises to promote transparency and encourage technological innovation.

Happy Birthday, The Regulatory Review!

Happy Birthday, The Regulatory Review!

RegBlog celebrates two years of regulatory news, analysis, and opinion.

FOIA Requests Go Online

FOIA Requests Go Online

New portal promises improved public access to government information.

“Develop”-ing Open Government Resources

“Develop”-ing Open Government Resources

White House launches “one-stop shop” of open government resources.

Democrats Defend Obama’s Record on Regulation

Democrats Defend Obama’s Record on Regulation

2012 platform argues that the administration made regulations simpler, more open, and more flexible.

Clearer Framing Needed for “Open Government”

Clearer Framing Needed for “Open Government”

Open government debate needs to separate politics from technology.

Regulatory Year in Review: 2011

Regulatory Year in Review: 2011

The Regulatory Review recaps the regulatory news, analysis, and opinion highlights of 2011.