Fifth U.S. Open Government National Action Plan
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Transparency in Procurement through Made in America Waivers

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Progress for this commitment is tracked based on the following sub-commitment(s). You can also view the full text of this commitment.

US0115.0 The Federal Government commits to expanding the coverage of waivers reported on the Made in America website, including by expanding to public interest and unreasonable cost waivers and making it easier to search for waivers related to both procurement and Federal financial assistance (such as grants).
Agency & Subagency Executive Office of the President
Office of Management and Budget / Made in America Office
Sub-Commitment Status Complete
February 2024 Progress

Progress Update:
The White House Made in America Office has achieved its goal of publicly reporting waivers submitted by agencies across the federal government through the General Services Administration (GSA) Made in America website. The site is moving into an iterative development phase, with future updates made to improve ease of use, to meet new legal or regulatory changes, or to address changes to business or functional requirements.


August 2023 Progress The Made in America Office continues to publicly report waivers submitted by agencies across the federal government on the transparency website (see link below). The General Services Administration (GSA) is required to build and maintain the transparency website on behalf of the federal government. The Made in America Office is on track to work with the GSA on additional waiver types, including adding a public interest waiver type on the site this year (2023). This expansion and regular updates to the site aims to make searching for waivers easier for the public.

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