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The current version (Version 4.0) of the Open Government Plan, along with previous iterations of the plan.
DHS Open Government data sets for the Federal Funding and Transparency Act (FFATA): USCG, FEMA flood insurance, disaster and non-disaster grants.
Latest releases supporting Open Government at the Department of Homeland Security
DHS is committed to Open Government by creating a culture of transparency, participation, and collaboration in government operations.
List of flagship Open Government initiatives at DHS including information on: Global Travel Assessment System, National Cybersecurity Awareness Campaign
The Open Government Plan Version 4.0 outlines efforts to encourage transparency, public participation and collaboration at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the public.