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Enabling Collaboration: Three Priorities for New Administration

Enabling Collaboration: Three Priorities for New Administration

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President Obama has called for government to become more transparent, participatory, and collaborative. The National Academy's Collaboration Project has issued a paper highlighting three priorities that the new President must focus on to make this vision a reality. The paper, "Enabling Collaboration: Three Priorities for the New Administration," encourages the President to create an open technology environment; treat data as a national asset; and foster a culture and framework for collaboration. By focusing on these priorities, President Obama can begin transforming federal agencies and departments so that they can execute the goal of a more open and transparent democracy.
President Obama has called for government to become more transparent, participatory, and collaborative. The National Academy's Collaboration Project has issued a paper highlighting three priorities that the new President must focus on to make this vision a reality. The paper, "Enabling Collaboration: Three Priorities for the New Administration," encourages the President to create an open technology environment; treat data as a national asset; and foster a culture and framework for collaboration. By focusing on these priorities, President Obama can begin transforming federal agencies and departments so that they can execute the goal of a more open and transparent democracy.

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A Paper by the Collaboration Project Advisory Panel of the
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
2009
 
Enabling
 
Collaboration
 
Three
 
Priorities
 
for
 
the
 
New
 
Administration
 
 
ABOUT
 
THE
 
ACADEMY
 
The
 
National
 
Academy
 
of 
 
Public
 
Administration
 
is
 
the
 
preeminent
 
independent,
 
non
profit
 
organization
 
for
 
public
 
governance.
 
Established
 
in
 
1967
 
and
 
chartered
 
by
 
Congress,
 
the
 
Academy
 
has
 
become
 
an
 
independent
 
source
 
of 
 
trusted
 
advice
 
for
 
every
 
branch
 
and
 
level
 
of 
 
government,
 
Congressional
 
committees
 
and
 
civic
 
organizations.
 
The
 
Academy
 
works
 
constructively
 
with
 
government
 
agencies
 
to
 
improve
 
their
 
performance
 
and
 
management
 
through
 
problem
 
solving,
 
objective
 
research,
 
comprehensive
 
analysis,
 
strategic
 
planning,
 
and
 
connecting
 
people
 
and
 
ideas.
 
The
 
Academy
 
is
 
led
 
by
 
its
 
elected
 
membership
 
of 
 
more
 
than
 
600
 
distinguished
 
Fellows.
 
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National
 
Academy
 
of 
 
Public
 
Administration
 
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Enabling Collaboration:Three Priorities for the New Administration
January 2009One of a series of papers issued by theCollaboration Project Advisory Panel
PANEL*Greg Lashutka
,
Chair 
 
P.K. AgarwalWilliam EggersMark FormanJohn KamenskyAnne LaurentFranklin S. Reeder
 
*
Members of the Panel are also Fellows of the National Academy of Public Administration.
 

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