Collaboration in Civic Spheres

“Making The Open Government Partnership Work”

by November 1st, 2011

From our special report for the Open Knowledge Foundation of Cambridge, U.K.: “….the big questions that need to guide any open government visioning at national scale…fell into two broad areas. 1) Political culture. Are political corruption and cronyism an animating concern? How is the national government experienced, on the whole, by the populace?…2) Education, economy and technology. What is the state of education in the country – do scientific and secular views hold sway or not? Are higher ed and institutional R&D in a healthy state, and is there a burgeoning community of public-spirited software developers? Is the economy open or state-run? What are the particulars of technology adoption and access across class lines?”

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