President-elect Barack Obama’s transition team website, Change.gov, has launched a new phase of its popular Open for Questions feature. The first phase allowed Americans to post questions for the incoming administration, comment on others’ questions and vote for which topics they felt are most important for the transition team to address. That first phase received nearly one million votes.
In the new round, you can still view all of the questions that have been submitted, but the site is also now grouping them by category for easier navigation.
“We think this change is valuable,” writes Change.gov’s Dan McSwain. “It serves the other key purpose of features like Open for Questions: making your input easy to pass on to the members of our Transition team that are crafting solutions to these vital issues right now.”