Four years ago, NASA released the first gen version of our Open Government Plan. We’re working on our third revision: Open Gov 3.0, which updates our progress from the last plan, and offers three new Flagship Initiatives: 1) Climate.Data.Gov, 2) Asteroid Grand Challenge, and 3) the Information Project. NASA has been given the leadership role in creating and bringing together federal data assets for the new Climate.Data.Gov websites, which provides a public-facing website for you to locate climate-related data and tools to help in make community decisions. Our Asteroid Grand Challenge is focused on detecting and characterizing asteroids and learning how to deal with potential threats in a way that allows us to harness public engagement, open innovation and citizen science. NASA’s Information Project will define the agency information architecture to leverage our data and information to better enable science and engineering information sharing.
We’d love for you to share your thoughts with us on the Open Gov 3.0 report outline. The full report is due June 1. Let us know what you think.
Open Government Plan Version 3.0 Outline
NASA is pleased to issue the Open Government Plan 3.0. The plan reflects the ...