Transparency

Publish Responses to Local Plans and Capital Improvements Online

NCPC staff reviews draft plans prepared by cities, counties, and regional entities within the National Capital Region. The agency also reviews capital improvements plans from local jurisdictions. To ensure that these activities are transparent to the public, NCPC will create a web page that provides a record of all plans submitted for review and the official correspondence transmitted by NCPC to the local jurisdiction ...more »

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Transparency

Create an Online Searchable Index of Commission Actions

Currently information about past NCPC Commission actions are available in PDF documents organized by meeting data. To improve the ease of access and usability of this information, NCPC will develop an online searchable database of all Commission Actions for its public website. This database will allow visitors to the website to search through all available records of past commission actions using keywords, dates, file ...more »

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Expand Use of Social Media

NCPC will expand its use of social media technologies and platforms where appropriate (e.g. Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr), and work to integrate these channels with its website. This will be an important way to connect with existing communities of Internet users and link them with NCPC and its work.

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