Documents/UFOGP

Open Government Plan for the Education and Conflict Resolution Programs of the Udall Foundation 2010 - 2012

Strategic_Plan

Start: 2009-10-01, End: 2012-09-30, Publication: 2013-08-28

Source: http://udall.gov/open/UdallFoundationOpenGovernmentPlan2010-2012(040710).pdf

Submitter:

Name:Owen Ambur

Email:Owen.Ambur@verizon.net

Organization:

Name:Udall Foundation

Acronym:UF

Description:
The Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation (the "Udall Foundation") is an independent agency of the Executive Branch. It was created initially, in 1992, to honor the legacy of the late Morris Udall, who represented Southern Arizona in the U.S. House of Representatives for 30 years. In 2009, Congress changed the name of the Foundation to include Stewart L. Udall, the older brother of Morris Udall, who served as a member of Congress and was Secretary of the Interior from 1961 to 1969.

Stakeholder(s):

  • Phil LemanskiDeputy Executive Director for Finance and Education, Udall Foundation, lemanski@udall.gov

  • Patricia OrrDirector of Program Development and Evaluation, U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, orr@ecr.gov

  • Udall Foundation Open Government LiaisonsDesignated Leads and Feedback Mechanisms -- The Foundation has designated open government liaisons for its education and environmental conflict resolution programs. The designated officials will regularly review and respond to feedback received on the Foundation's open government initiatives, and will work to ensure that the commitments put forth in this plan will be carried out within a reasonable timeframe. The Foundation welcomes feedback at any time through its open government webpages at www.udall.gov and at www.ecr.gov.

  • Dispute Resolution ProfessionalsIn addition, although the Udall Foundation has a small staff, it has significant resources available through a national network of dispute resolution professionals with which its teams on a regular basis.

  • Office of Management and BudgetThe Foundation offers its services to assist the Office of Management and Budget and federal departments and agencies in meeting the goals of the Open Government Directive. Further information about Foundation resources and programs are available on the Foundation website and from the Foundation's designated open government leads.