Articles tagged with open government week

open government week

Two obstacles we can hurdle for better open data adoption

Not long ago, the working definitions of "open government" and "open data" barely overlapped. Open government was all about holding up government to...Read more

8 videos to get you excited about open government

Open government isn't a new concept. Thanks to the proliferation of the printing press, the Age of Enlightenment blasted through Europe during the...Read more

Open source code helps governments share information with citizens

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Before open data, there was FOIA. Beginning in 1967, the federal Freedom of Information Act ( FOIA ) empowered the public to request access to...Read more

How Munich switched 15,000 PCs from Windows to Linux

Hirschgarten, in the west of Munich, is one of Europe's biggest beer gardens, with over 8,000 places to sit. It's a spectacular sight in summer:...Read more

Unite with fellow citizens on the National Day of Civic Hacking

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At the end of this month, thousands of entrepreneurial citizens from across the United States and the world will come together to improve their...Read more

Technology driven governance just got a little bit smarter

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The National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) of the government of India strives to make all government services available to the citizens through the use of...Read more

Open data shifts towards regional collaboration

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Open Government Week is always a time for reflection on what has changed in the previous 12 months, and this year is no exception. Open Raleigh is...Read more

Three big open government funders help launch new ideas

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Do you have an idea that has the potential to transform how citizens interact with their government on a local, state, or even national level?...Read more