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FCA and the Open Gov Initiative

In January 2009, the White House introduced the Open Government Initiative to encourage greater transparency, participation, and collaboration in government. As a result, FCA, like other departments and agencies throughout the federal government, is looking for ways to ensure that it is as transparent as possible without violating privacy or confidentiality or compromising security. We are also looking at ways to facilitate greater participation and collaboration. For assistance, we turn to you, the public, to help us identify how we can improve.

Here’s what we offer now

Currently, you can find many valuable reports and data sets on our website.

If the preceding pages do not contain the information you seek, you can go to the FOIA  homepage and submit a request for access to the information you would like.

We encourage public participation in our rulemaking

To promote public participation in the rulemaking process, we post notices on our homepage under latest updates each time we issue a notice for public comments in the Federal Register. We also provide easy access to all pending regulations from our FCA pending regulations & notices page.

In addition, we periodically review our regulations to identify rules that are obsolete, unnecessary, unjustified, excessively burdensome, or counterproductive; and we seek input from the public in identifying such rules. See our Plan for Retrospective Analysis of Existing Rules (PDF) to learn more about how we conduct this review and how we encourage members of the public to participate in the process.

We use plain writing to increase transparency

An important part of transparency is ensuring that information provided to the public is easy to understand. To improve the clarity of government writing, Congress passed the Plain Writing Act of 2010. See Plain writing at FCA to learn how FCA is working to comply with the Act and to ensure that the materials it issues are clear and reader-friendly.

We use digital tools to increase transparency

We use a variety of digital tools to reach out to our stakeholders. We have solicited input through website customer satisfaction surveys. We also solicit comments on regulatory actions through our website. For more information about the digital strategies we are using and plan to use, see Digital strategy at FCA.

Tell us what we can do better

If the resources outlined above still fail to meet your information needs, please let us know. We’d also like to hear your ideas for improving participation and collaboration at FCA. Give us your feedback. Let us know how we can serve you better. Write to us at [email protected]. Your input will be most appreciated.

Page updated: May 13, 2018