Today we share our new Open Government Plan.
In the four years since we published our first plan, we have demonstrated our contribution to strengthening the principles of open government. We have implemented more than 90 actions to improve transparency, participation, & collaboration.
In our new plan we focus our efforts to engage the public in more than 160 external projects on more than 15 social media platforms, as well as through our public events, educational programs, Research Services, & Presidential Libraries.
At the same time we are working to improve internal communications & employee satisfaction, creating a cohort of managers & supervisors with a common ethos that supports the mission of the agency. & we have empowered Special Emphasis Program Managers across the agency to help create an environment that supports fair & open opportunities for all employees regardless of their differences.
Our Flagship Initiative, âInnovate to Make Access Happen,â describes our digitization, description, & online access efforts for the next two years. Check it out & track us as we develop a program to digitize our analog records, expand digitization partnerships, & update our digitization strategy.
In the next two years, I am want the National Archives to become a leader in innovation & transform the way people think about archival collections! Join us in the journey.