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Model OpenDOJ after the Top 5 OpenGov Sites

OpenDOJ was ranked among the bottom 5 OpenGov sites by the OMB, see link below: http://www.ombwatch.org/node/10785 Suggestions for improving your process: 1) Allow the "off-topic" portal to remain OPEN. There in no need to modify the process for ideas that fall out-of-scope. The same transparent process will be equally effective for off-topic posts, and for in-house (intranet-based, employee) suggestions as ...more »

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Stop censoring commentary.

You are exposing yourself as just a propaganda tool by only allowing comments that tell you what you want to hear. (And what you want your readers to see).

 

In one night, you have destroyed your credibility. Not exactly a stellar manner in which to market the idea of transparency.

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You gotta be kidding me...

"What kinds of prizes/contests should we consider to attract others in working with us?" Are you serious???? Now the Justice Department is going to start offering "prizes/contests" to "attract others in working with us"???? Egads, I knew this country was in trouble, but idiotic ideas like that makes me think we are in deeper trouble that I can even imagine. Besides, the JD is already handing out "pizes", by refusing ...more »

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