OSTIblog Articles in the Open government Topic

OpenNet gets a new look!

by Rita Hohenbrink 02 Aug, 2012 in Products and Content
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

Related Topics: declassified, human, Open government, openness, OpenNet, radiation


ScienceEducation.gov Recognized by the White House

by Joanna Martin 14 Dec, 2010 in Products and Content

The President’s Open Government Initiative asks three things of the federal government: transparency, participation, and collaboration. OSTI, in partnership with the DOE Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS) and through a voluntary interagency coordinating group, has achieved all three in one project: ScienceEducation.gov.

The White House recognized this achievement by posting ScienceEducation.gov on the Open Government Innovations Gallery (read more about the OSTP recognition on the DOE Blog and the DOE facebook page).

Related Topics: innovations gallery, ISEPCG, Open government, ScienceEducation.gov


OSTI's Contributions Highlighted in DOE Open Government Plan

by Dr. Walt Warnick 12 May, 2010 in Science Communications


By Walt Warnick and Peter Lincoln

Related Topics: Open government, osti mission, r&d findings