Public Direction

Giving all citizens a say in the federal budgetary process.

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News archive, September 2010

A call for your honest opinions.

09-21-2010, 22:00

Our website is drawing a steady amount of viewers and we are happy to see that. However, the amount of people who submit ratings, send us emails, and comment on the message board is low, and we want to know why.

It is our goal to make Public Direction as inviting and easy to use as possible. So, we urge you to tell us what is holding you back from further participation, along with any ideas about what will help you become more involved.

Please, send us an email with your honest opinions. It will only take a few minutes and we would greatly appreciate it.


A quick note on submitting ratings.

09-13-2010, 21:05

To clear up any confusion: Anyone may submit ratings here. It is not limited to those specifically invited by the authors of PD, something that may have been hinted at in a previous news post.

Public Direction is always open to the public.


Submission to the government.

09-13-2010, 21:00

Our overview document, a short list of FAQ's, and the average ratings have been sent to the members of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform. This day has been a long time coming. Let's hope for a positive result.


Average ratings updated.

09-11-2010, 20:30

The average ratings have been updated. We are now up to 11 submissions. Thanks, always, to those who took the time to submit your scores.

We have hit our goal of 10 and will be sending Public Direction to the government within five days.


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