We have a web site at Grand Valley State University that allows anyone to read arbitration awards and learn how to prepare for arbitration. The site may be found at http://www.gvsu.edu/arbitrations/Currently we have employment arbitration awards for free. As arbitration becomes more popular it will be necessary to offer these types of sites. If you are going to make people use arbitration instead of litigation you have to offer them free ways to understand the process. It's a good alternative to litigation but equal justice requires equal access.Thanks to Google for giving us free advertising.
I am really sorry, but wouldn't this mean someone in the government actually do work for the citizens and not for themselves?Good luck getting them to do anything, or if it does happen, at least my great grandchildren might see it.. :)
Regarding Digital Data created by US Government, a report from the Interagency Working Group on Digital Data (IWGDD) has been released."Harnessing the Power of Digital Data for Science and Society". http://www.nitrd.gov/About/Harnessing_Power.aspx
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