I would like to see a discussion on such topics as:
1) Government collects 450+ million in Social Security Tax each year but only spends roughly 145 million on Social Security any yet its... more »
"The financial operations of banks should be audited based on their quality perspective as well as their accounting principles, this type of effort generates more employment, especially for the engineers involved... more »
ie 1) I've lived in Utah for my life and would... more »
Many state and local agencies rely on disparate technologies for collecting and reporting data. Over the years, proprietary and deprecated systems have become the norm in some agencies as a result of IT or procurement policy. There... more »
ipod touch, iphone an ipad cannot display adobe flash information!
All military retirees are veterans but not all veterans are retirees. There is a need for statistical information on those who make the military their career, in addition to the data on veterans.
I think this would let voters know how the numbers game is played in State politics and how politicians can use this information to their advantage. If we all have it then even playing field. http://www.examiner.com/x-19673-Michelle-Obama-Examiner
Nat Torkington recently posted Truly Open Data at http://radar.oreilly.com/2010/03/truly-open-data.html, in which he argues for an "open source approach" to data, considering lessons learned from the successful open source software community.
I won't try to reproduce his post, but I recommend reading it, and I hope it will spur some more specific ideas for Data.gov.
I just read about the revised $100 bill to combat the superbill. However, this is a technology cat & mouse game with another vary sophisticated organization.
One improvement that might be more difficult to overcome is to insert a field programmable RFID chip into each bill. The chip... more »
ISEN.org site pending launch.