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    Mike Zhu in CA writes:

    Congratulations HHS on getting an overall green flag according to the Initial Assessment of Open Government Plans! (Source: http://www.whitehouse.gov/open/around)

    Posted on Thu Apr 29, 2010 | Reply
     
    Iris Ina Gallenmüller in Erfurt Thuringia Germany writes:

    Helo, my Name is Iris Ina Gallenmüller. I´m Living in Erfurt, Thuringia This is a very good Plan. I want to introduce a Total Quality Management Systems in Germany (TQM) But it`s ver difficult. Regards Iris Ina Gallenmüller European Quality Systems Manager

    Posted on Wed Apr 21, 2010 | Reply
     
    brad in USA writes:

    I think its great that these ideas are spreading. I am a current nursing student and see how important it is for the medical community to work together. I only wonder what role nurses will play in all of this.

    Posted on Sun Nov 14, 2010 | Reply
     
    Gary Berg-Cross, Ph.D. writes:

    I like that one can comment on the sections/sub-sections, but the outline page has a "Tell us what you think" box but I couldn't see how to comment on that page or the report as a whole. Among the things that I noted were that a page viewer can see easily how to download sections but the pdf for the whole report is off on the right side and might be missed for a while. I for one started reading sections before realizing that I could get the whole report from that page.

    Posted on Thu Apr 15, 2010 | Reply
     
    Gary Berg-Cross, Ph.D. in Potomac MD writes:

    I like how you have leveraged a broad range of existing work and new technology, using a range of Department talent, in the spirit of openness. I hope that you get public participation to keep the effort moving forward.

    Posted on Thu Apr 15, 2010 | Reply
     
    Anonymous in Rochester, NY writes:

    Having a policy in print is great. However, there can be a huge difference between "policy for public consumption" & the real "unofficial" organizational culture. Organizational culture is what counts & is driven from the very top. Therefore, if HHS has this great Open Government policy but it's representatives continue to evade questions, mince words, equivocate, ignore/withhold context in the media, then an Open Government policy is worthless.

    Posted on Wed Apr 14, 2010 | Reply
     
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