- Expanding open government in North America by leveraging the open-source Open Government Platform (OGPL) developed by the U.S. and India based on data.gov. OGPL is available free for any government to download and will make it possible for Canada and Mexico to make their own government data available in machine-readable formats similar to data.gov.
- Accelerating some of the 32 joint U.S.-Canada border-crossing initiatives to include Mexico.
- Aligning the identity management and authentication processes the three countries use to identify citizens in their interactions with government.
- Operationalizing the two trilateral information-sharing projects that were completed this year by putting them into production using “live” data. This will strengthen public health and law enforcement communities in all three countries by allowing them to instantaneously and reliably share information about health alerts on foodborne infectious diseases and stolen vehicles, respectively.
- Leveraging the stolen-vehicle information-sharing project to facilitate sharing Amber Alert information on missing children across the continent as well.