This site outlines initiatives on openness, transparency and public participation, pursuant to the U.S. National Action Plans.
Past and Current U.S. National Action Plans:
Fourth National Action Plan (NAP 4) for Open Government (2017-2019) / In Drafting / Participate in the co-creation of NAP 4
Examples of past commitments achieved through the National Action Plan include:
- We the People: One of the first and most prominent open government commitments, the We the People petitions site has led to major reforms in the United States and has also offered two-way engagement for millions of users.
- Data.gov: Opening data to the public has a wide ripple-effect. Data.gov today is home to approximately 200,000 datasets for industry, academic, and other use.
- USAspending.gov: Transforming nearly $4 trillion taxpayer dollars into Open Data, so taxpayers can see the breakdown of where their dollars go in government.