FederalRegister.gov Honored for Innovation and Best Practices in Government
Press Release · Thursday, December 15, 2011
Washington, DC…The National Archives Office of the Federal Register and the U.S. Government Printing Office have been honored for innovation in creating FederalRegister.gov.
The Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS) recognized both agencies with the first-ever Walter Gellhorn Innovation Award and praised FederalRegister.gov for "demonstrating efficiency, enhancing customer service, increasing transparency, and streamlining the regulatory process." The ACUS recognizes innovation and best practices by Government agencies.
"The Federal Register is honored to receive the prestigious Gellhorn Innovation Award," said Director of the Federal Register Ray Mosley. "We continue to be inspired to make government better."
"This award is a testament to the collaboration between the Government Printing Office and the Federal Register and our joint effort to lead the way in Government innovation," said Public Printer Bill Boarman. "FederalRegister.gov is an informative Web site and a great tool that Government agencies and the public can use to customize Federal Register content."
See more information on the award and ACUS. [http://www.acus.gov/best-practices/awards/walter-gellhorn-innovation-award-winner-office-of-the-federal-register/]
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