I am planning to do some research about the Open Government Plans published on April 7th, but I am traveling with unreliable Internet connection for the next few days. So I thought I would download all plans that I found thanks to this link via Twitter, and work on the plane or in airport lounges.
What I noticed is that federal departments and agencies have used all sorts of formats for their plans, with most but not all of them providing a PDF version. A few of them provided only an HTML version, but mostly in a single page, so that I could download them easily too.
In one case though, the plan can only be browsed but not really downloaded (or at least not with the tools and the limited time I had).
I do appreciate that a traveling analyst is not (nor should he be) the target of these plans. However I found weird that, while dealing with transparency and openness, somebody did not think about one particular spin on accessibility: are people supposed to read the plan only while they are on line?