21st century government
November 26, 2008
At long last, a 21st century government that is more open and effective; leverages technology to grow the economy, create jobs, and solve our country’s most pressing problems; respects the integrity of and renews our commitment to science; and catalyzes active citizenship and partnerships in shared governance with civil society institutions.
We are still awaiting the announcement of our Nation’s first Chief Technology Officer.
It’s refreshing to see our new administration embracing change and enabling innovation, because you never know where new ideas will spring from.