Well, District residents, you have a place to complain about the D.C. government. Strike that — you have a place to constructively complain online about the D.C. government. The Post’s Marissa Evans reports on grade.dc.gov: “After collecting feedback, the company that’s developing the site, District-based newBrandAnalytics, will be able to analyze the data and provide an overall grade for city agencies and what customer categories they could improve in. City officials said the goal is to collect feedback about selected agencies and use it to promote quality customer care.” Positive feedback is also welcome.
In other news:
Key Republican senator does not know U.S. Attorney Ron Machen “from Adam’s house cat” (New York Times)
D.C. Vote heavies: “Don’t Let Leaders’ Sins Hurt D.C. Rights” (Roll Call)
A second Wagshal’s for Ward 3 (All We Can Eat)
A bro’s guide to the “clown question” (Slate)