Looking for ideas to make government more transparent and accountable? Join the The Advisory Committee on Transparency on January 28th for “Kick-starting the 113th Congress,” a series of short presentations on what Congress could do right now to make government more transparent.

The presentations will take place on Capitol Hill, in the Rayburn House Office Building, room 2203. After the dozen-or-so lightning talks, there will be an opportunity to mingle and talk with the presenters.

The lineup includes representatives of the Cato Institute, the Center for Effective Government, the Center for Responsive Politics, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, the Data Transparency Coalition, GovTrack.us, Judicial Watch, the New America Foundation, OpenTheGovernment.org, Princeton University, Robinson & Yu LLC, the Sunlight Foundation, the Sunshine in Government Initiative, and the Union of Concerned Scientists.

Please RSVP to snlg.ht/ACTCongress.

 

  • Jim Harper from the Cato Institute
  • Gavin Baker from the Center for Effective Government
  • Sarah Bryner from the Center for Responsive Politics
  • Sheila Krumholz from the Center for Responsive Politics
  • Robert Maguire from the Center for Responsive Politics
  • Jeremy Miller from Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington
  • Hudson Hollister from the Data Transparency Coalition
  • Joshua Tauberer from GovTrack.us
  • Justin McCarthy from Judicial Watch
  • Lorelei Kelly from the New America Foundation
  • Steve Schultze from the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University
  • Harlan Yu from Robinson + Yu
  • Lisa Rosenberg from the Sunlight Foundation
  • Rick Blum from the Sunshine in Government Initiative
  • Celia Wexler and Yogin Kothari from the Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists

 

 

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