The mass publication of Whitehall's organisational charts is not an immediately obvious victory for open government data, but that's what it is.The Cabinet Office today released the full structural details of every government department, from the big hitters of health and education down to the tiniest of government agencies.There's a sample below too, if you scroll down for the 1,000 whose names have been published.It tells you the pay band for each one and the salary bill for the staff who directly report to them. It's part of the first big update of uk, the UK's (better) answer to
The network announced on Monday that “9-1-1” would move to Monday nights in the fall.The charts themselves are available by roaming around this interactive guide: It's a huge improvement on the last time the Cabinet office did this - and this time each department has been forced to release the underlying data as a spreadsheet in consistent formats.We've pulled those spreadsheets together into one huge document, which contains the data for every department. Firstly, it only covers the senior civil servants - those who make policy in Whitehall.She steps in for Connie Britton, who is departing the Ryan Murphy-produced series at the conclusion of her one-year deal.She will play Maddie, the sister of firefighter Evan “Buck” Buckley (Stark), who is starting her life over as a 911 operator.Obtain birth, death, and other vital records from sites maintained by the state of Michigan and made available to the general public.Recorded documents and general information regarding government procedures, public services, and resources are accessible at the city, county, or state level. Discover links leading to Michigan criminal background checks and search state court case records.The Michigan state legislature enacted the first version of the Michigan Freedom of Information Act in 1977, though court rulings in the state go back as far as 1889 and express the idea that the records of government belong to the public and not to the government officials who are their custodians.The Michigan Open Meetings Act, OMA requires that governmental meetings be conducted in public, with certain exceptions. Michigan has 276 cities, 257 villages, 1,240 townships, and numerous unincorporated communities in its 83 counties.It doesn't include the people working at the coalface in jobcentres around the country, for instance.We've decided to focus on senior rather than junior departmental posts - you can get these from uk.