An * indicates that this agency was not required to develop a Plan, but did.
The National Endowment for the Arts’ (NEA) Open Government Plan meets many requirements of the Open Government Directive, and the agency deserves credit for voluntarily submitting an open government plan, which it was not mandated to do. The plan is a good first step, but lacks critical elements. For example, the NEA’s plan does not address the Freedom of Information Act or provide a mechanism for the agency to respond to public feedback. In addition, NEA’s plan omits required links, another critical component.
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