Re: US Government Website uses XForms, XHTML, RDFa

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Re: US Government Website uses XForms, XHTML, RDFa

Steven Pemberton-3
> Quoting
> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/semantic-web/2009Mar/0014.html
>
> "This followed another talk there by George Thomas, from the U.S.
> government website recovery.gov [4], on how the site will put
> information on the government's economic stimulus spending into the
> semantic web and the Linked Open Data world via Atom, XHTML, and RDFa.
> (Very cool.):
> http://george.thomas.name/omb/recovery.gov.pdf"
>
> The slides add XForms to this mix.

And then we hear:
"In a surprise announcement, President Obama has named the nation's first  
federal CIO: Vivek Kundra, CTO of the District of Columbia."
http://www.cio.com/article/483368/Meet_the_Nation_s_First_CIO?source=nlt_cioinsider

 From another source:
"Mr. Kundra was part of Obama’s transition tech team and was tasked with  
designing Recovery.gov, a Web site that’s supposed to provide information  
on how stimulus money is being spent."
http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2009/03/05/recoverygov-guru-named-obama-cio/

Woohoo! W3C technologies at the top!

Steven