In some ways, government technology appeared to have received a new lease on life in 2009. As cloud computing and Web 2.0 took root in the wider tech industry, President Obama's tech-savvy administration named the United States' first CIO and CTO and launched a -ranging effort on transparency that was echoed in many national, state and even local governments.
This could be the year of the dashboard as a transparency lever to force change in government operations, especially at the federal level. First, we had the IT Dashboard. Then, the White House announced it would be creating a dashboard for transparency. Just today, the Office of Management and Budget announced plans for a dashboard for data on federal contracting.
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