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A New Order for Civil Society Organizations?

Amid uncertainty over the advance of COVID-19, the only thing for sure is that nothing, or very little, will stay the same.

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Emergency Procurement for COVID-19: Buying Fast, Open and Smart

As you scour those empty supermarket shelves, spare a thought for those buying for governments. Public procurement professionals across the world are under immense pressure as they shop around to meet the huge demand for medical equipment and supplies —…

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The 4 Cs to More Ethical, Transparent, and Accountable Public Administrations

We often talk about the role of politicians in fixing the trust deficit, but what can bureaucracies do?

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Parliament Paving the Way: Co-Creation in Cabo Verde

Every so often, simple ideas simply work. When Cabo Verde’s National Assembly set out to break down barriers to citizen engagement, they got out the sledgehammer.

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Further, Farther, Faster

On this International Women’s Day, we’re reflecting on what OGP has learned over the past year and where we hope to take inclusive open government in 2020.

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Faces of Open Government: Ania Calderon

Meet Ania Calderon, the Executive Director of Open Data Charter and a leader in the gender and open government space.

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