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November 11, 2007


Why:
For civilization to advance, citizens must become aware of the internal workings of their federal government on all levels, in perpetuity. This is now possible with the rise of the Internet culture.

Goals:
For a federal government to be transparent and accountable to its citizens it must be possible for the citizens at anytime to easily retrieve, supervise and audit the internal workings of their federal government. In addition, the citizens must be able to publicly comment and communicate with all other citizens on these workings without impediment.

Steering Committee:
The committee is to facilitate the process, make suggestions, maintain fairness and order, not dictate. They are to supervise whatever votes are required to help convert the federal government to a Collaborative Democracy.

Road Map:
The committee shall lead the search for citizens who desire their federal government to be transparent and accountable to them.

The federal committee will help develop effective plans for the citizens. So the citizens can gain an awareness of the internal workings of their federal government on all levels.

The committee must urge the citizens to interrelate with each other on a daily basis and meet in person, thereby fostering citizen collaboration.

Also the committee will share techniques, strategies and tactics that have worked for other committees. In addition, the committee will introduce committee members from other committees so they may learn from each other.

Get Involved:

  1. We need good citizens to volunteer who believe that a federal government must be transparent and accountable to its citizens.
  2. We need good citizens to volunteer for the initial federal steering committee to convert the federal government to Collaborative Democracy.
  3. We need good citizens to volunteer to put the Collaborative Democracy Voting Process in place to nominate and choose our successors on the steering committees.
  4. We need citizens to nominate who they think are the wisest among them in their communities for federal office.
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