Opening Up On Fiscal Governance: Our feedback on OSF’s new strategy

March 27, 2018 Alan Hudson, Executive Director (and the Global Integrity team) Over the last few months, we’ve spent quite a bit of time providing feedback on donors’ strategies as regards transparency and open governance. Here are our thoughts about the Hewlett Foundation’s sub-strategies on “Active Citizens and Accountable Governments”, and our feedback on the associated…

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Using open contracting data to boost competitiveness and inclusion: A New York City Treasure Hunt

March 22, 2018 Jorge Florez, Research Manager – Global Integrity Katherine Wikrent, Data Scientist – Open Contracting Partnership Carey Kluttz, Senior Program Manager – Open Contracting Partnership Chelsey Lepage, Program Manager – Reboot New York City is at the forefront of open data at the city level in the US. The city has an open…

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2017: What we did, what difference it made, and what we learned

February 22, 2018 Alan Hudson, Executive Director 2017 was a challenging year for champions of open governance, including for those of us enduring at close quarters the democratic reversals and increasingly closed governance of a Trump-led US administration. Political transitions and turbulence around the world have posed challenges to the open governance agenda, including in several…

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