Category Archive for "Follow the Money"

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The Sky isn’t the Limit — the unfortunate truth about campaign finance limits

Tracking state-level developments in campaign finance By Azeezat Adeleke, Sunlight Foundation, August 10, 2016 – The contents of this blog and the underlying research are the result of a partnership between Global Integrity and the Sunlight Foundation in relation to…

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The good, the bad and the… rest

Tracking state-level developments in campaign finance By Azeezat Adeleke, Sunlight Foundation, July 28, 2016 – cross-posted from the Sunlight Foundation blog. The contents of this blog and the underlying research are the result of a partnership between Global Integrity and…

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Siguiendo el Dinero: un recorrido por México

By Jorge Florez, Project Manager & Balam Barcelo, Investigador del IMCO* – Versión en Inglés acá, May 13, 2016 Estamos encantados de haber pasado dos semanas compartiendo con socios locales en México para apoyar sus esfuerzos por diseñar e implementar…

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Following the Money: A Mexican road trip

By Jorge Florez, Project Manager & Balam Barcelo, Researcher at IMCO* – Spanish Version here, May 13, 2016 We are thrilled to have spent two weeks in Mexico visiting local partners to support their efforts to design and implement commitments…

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Cash on Delivery in Context

By Alan Hudson — April 4, 2016 Making aid payments conditional on results has intuitive appeal and is an idea that has been given a lot of attention in aid-world in recent years, with the Center for Global Development leading the charge….

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Toward Governance Assessments 2.0

By Johannes Tonn — March 8, 2016. Last week, I participated in the launch of the Governance Data Alliance (GDA), a consortium of organizations joining forces to better understand how the marketplace for governance data works and how the field collectively — data…

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Tracking my Taxes: Follow the Money Treasure Hunts and Next Steps

By Jorge Florez — November 23, 2015. Can citizens find and make use of the data they need to track the use of their taxes – to follow the money – in relation to particular issues? On October 24th and…

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Follow the Money: Putting People & Problems First

By Jorge Florez — October 8, 2015. How do citizens use budget information to address particular problems they deem important? For us this is a key question for the fiscal transparency movement and one which, with some interesting exceptions (see…

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Money, Politics and Open Governance

By Alan Hudson — September 9, 2015. I was in Mexico last week, firstly to continue our work with the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO) to support for the development of local open government action plans, and secondly to participate…

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Data, Learning and Action to Open Governance

By Jorge Florez — September 3, 2015. The open data and open governance communities have come a long way in recent years. Today, the challenge is not only to produce information and demand increased transparency from governments, but also to…

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