Evidence continues to show that open government affects people’s lives. But there are still skeptics who are not aware of all the benefits associated with this approach. Use this guide to convince them to take an open government approach when implementing reforms.
When eight governments and nine civil society leaders launched OGP in 2011, no one expected it to reach its current size and scope. Over the last ten years, however, OGP has grown in ways that have exceeded expectations.
As OGP marks 10 years since its founding, see how the OGP platform and a growing global community of reformers in governments, civil society, business, media and international organizations have advanced a variety of policy areas.
Discover evidence on grievance redress mechanisms from around the world, including mechanisms attached to public services and programs in the Global South, where they are relatively new and emerging fast.
Explore empirical evidence on the effects of open contracting on a range of outcomes, including cost savings and efficiency, reducing corruption, improving service delivery, and increasing social inclusion.