INFORMATION RENAISSANCE
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  • Simple Technical Steps
    1. Active notification
    2. Tracking systems
    3. Indices
    4. Structured input forms
    5. Analysis tools
  • Architectural Issues
    1. Continuous electronic record/digital library
    2. Modular design
    3. Protocols for data storage, access and exchange
    4. Web services for direct access to databases
    5. Interoperability with Open Source systems
    6. Accessibility by alternative front ends
    7. Standards for the exchange of data among federal, state and local governments
  • Issues of Rulemaking Practice
    1. Reply comment periods
    2. Background materials
    3. Interactive tools, open modeling
    4. Early public input
    5. Online dialogues
  • Participation
    1. Involving users in system design and testing
    2. Educating the public
    3. Identifying and reaching out to stakeholders
    4. Providing ethical and technical standards
    5. Scaling to very large numbers of participants