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OpenNet gets a new look!
by Rita Hohenbrink on Thu, 2 Aug, 2012
OpenNet gets a new look

The newly redesigned OpenNet contains spotlights on declassified collections. This quarter the spotlight is on the Human Radiation Experiments collection. OpenNet provides easy, timely access to the Department of Energy’s declassified documents, including information declassified in response to Freedom of Information Act requests. In addition to these documents, OpenNet references older document collections from several DOE sources. This database is updated regularly as more information becomes available. The OpenNet web site is sponsored by the Office of Health, Safety and Security Office of Classification. OpenNet is intended to make information that is no longer classified more readily available to the public. This action supports DOE’s Open Government Initiative.  Through OpenNet you can find more information on openness policy and openness initiative information resources.

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The new look is much better

The new look is much better than the old one. Keep up the good work guys!

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Rita Hohenbrink
Information Management Specialist
Rita has been working at OSTI since 1990, as a federal employee till 2003, as an employee of Information International Associates, Inc. since then. She currently supports OpenNet and SDPS Portal web sites; including web site design/redesign, modifications, webmaster, and database acquisitions.

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