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Free Government Information (FGI) is a place for initiating dialogue and building consensus among the various players (libraries, government agencies, non-profit organizations, researchers, journalists, etc.) who have a stake in the preservation of and perpetual free access to government information. FGI promotes free government information through collaboration, education, advocacy and research.

FGI blogroll: recommended government information blogs

FGI provides an aggregator service allowing you to easily scan the posts on many different blogs in one place. We have chosen blogs that we find interesting and informative and related to the mission of FGI. We provide several ways for you to follow the content of these other blogs:

  1. Read recent feeds from all the blogs we aggregate on one page.
  2. We’ve grouped these blogs into four broad categories for your convenience and you can read recent feeds from all the blogs in any of the four categories by using these links to each of the four category-aggregator pages here on FGI: Government Documents Blogs, Government Technology blogs, Information focused government blogs, and Blogs from organizations of interest to FGI.
  3. You can also see the four categories in the left and right columns of this page and click on the titles of recent posts to go directly to those posts. (Click on “more” to see the complete aggregation of the category.)
  4. You can add the feeds to your favorite feed-reader by using the “[Feed]” link after each blog name below or by clicking on the name of the blog in any entry you here.
  5. You can click on the links below to visit the blogs.

If you know of other blogs and feeds that you would recommend to the community, please send mail to “admin” at freegovinfo.info.

(3/23/06) We’re trying out a little experiment here at FGI by doing a social hack of del.icio.us. If you find interesting blogs, please add the tag “FGI:blogroll”. See the sites we’ve already tagged on del.icio.us. If this doesn’t make sense, email us and we’ll try to explain.

Here’s a list of the blogs that we currently have in the aggregator. If your favorite’s not listed, please contact us or tag it for the blogroll :

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3 Comments

  1. Hi folks. I just updated the FGI aggregator. So now all of the sites in the aggregator are listed on this page. If your favorite site is NOT listed, please contact us (or leave a comment 🙂 ) and we’ll add it.

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