Voices of Open Gov – Soizic

To Build Transparent Algorithms, Focus on the Why

In this episode of the Voices of Open Government podcast, learn what France has done to increase algorithmic transparency using citizen input while raising awareness about the use of algorithms.

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Renewing Democracy – A Decade of OGP

In less than a month, two summits will take place on democracy. The first, the White House Summit for Democracy will deal with global threats including the rise of authoritarianism and feature the voices of...


OGP Fact Sheets

Explore global progress and member-level examples of open government work in each of the selected policy areas and various regions.


2021 IRM Week Infographics

To contribute to reflections on the 10 year anniversary of OGP and leading up to the 7th OGP Global Summit hosted by the Republic of Korea, the Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) is sharing four key learning from recent findings of…


Algorithm Accountability: What Government Can Do Right Now

In France, the Digital Republic Law requires that all algorithms used by the government be made open and accessible to the public. Etalab has produced guidance for government agencies on the legal framework and how to publish this information, and is working on practical guidance to build public registers of algorithms. Through this work, France’s citizens can start to see how the government uses algorithms to make decisions that may impact them, laying the groundwork for greater accountability.