The compass of transparency (www.magellanopa.it/bussola) is an automated online instrument that gives the citizens the possibility to monitor, in real time, the implementation of all the data and information requirements imposed by Italian law on the websites of public administrations. The aim is to support the government, through the direct involvement of citizens in the
Speaking at an Open Government Partnership reception this week in London, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the web, unveiled details of the first ever in-depth study into how the power of open data can be harnessed to tackle social challenges in the developing world. The study will report in 2014. The occasion was doubly significant as it also marked the submission of
Speaking at an Open Government Partnership reception last night in London, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the web, unveiled details of the first ever in-depth study into how the power of open data can be harnessed to tackle social challenges in the developing world. The study will report in 2014. The occasion was doubly significant as it
The Interamerican Development Bank shares the view that the concept of open government is a platform for rethinking public management and the way governments engage with civil society. Open Government Partnership (OGP) is not just another transparency initiative, but rather an opportunity to recast the traditional agenda on this field. By moving toward a pro-integrity
Susan Crawford and Beth Noveck in conversation at Social Media Week New York 2013 about open government, social media and technology. Towards the end, Councillor Gail Brewer of NYC talks about the implementation of the city’s Open Data Bill, coming into force March 7, 2013. Can’t see the video embedded above? Find it elsewhere here.
In the Spring 2013 edition, the Stanford Social Innovation Review features a supplement on the Open Government Partnership, with articles from OGP experts from across the globe addressing just some of the challenges facing the future of the Open movement. Below are a few choice extracts. We were gathered in the Secretary of War Room,
The Open Government Partnership’s IRM is a key means by which all stakeholders can track progress on OGP action plans in participating countries. By tracking progress, it promotes strong accountability between member governments and citizens. The IRM invites your comments on its draft guide for researchers, beginning today through March 7, 2013. The research guide
Jakarta, Indonesia – 18 February 2013 This Storify is posting key tweets and other content from the meeting (most recent at the bottom). [<a href="//storify.com/opengovpart/open-government-partnership-governance-and-leaders" target="_blank">View the story "Open Government Partnership governance and leadership committee meeting" on Storify</a>]