Four Stories of Turning Failure into Feasibility

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Four Stories of Turning Failure into Feasibility

Sharing hard won wisdom from tech for social impact changemakers in the OGP community.

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Co-creation for Lasting Open Government Reform

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Co-creation for Lasting Open Government Reform

Supporting ambitious (and feasible) commitments to increase local government transparency.

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Why Donors Should Invest in Accountability

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Why Donors Should Invest in Accountability

The key to improving health care in Nigeria is not just better medicine. It’s better governance.

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Reboot solves civic problems. We work with change agents in government, civil society, and philanthropy to achieve their social missions.

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Who Has the Power to Improve Cities?

10.25.2019

From October 27th to 29th, Panthea Lee and Kisha Bwenge will join over 300 urban experts and mayors at CityLab D.C. Hosted by The Aspen Institute, Bloomberg Philanthropies and The Atlantic, this annual summit brings together global leaders in policy, business, art, and activism to explore the central question: Who has the power to improve cities and unlock new solutions to urban challenges? Our team will engage with other innovators around the future of equitable urban spaces and city-level solutions to global issues.

Welcome New Rebooters!

10.03.2019

Over the last two months, we’ve welcomed three new team members to support programmatic work across our portfolio. Mohammed Maikudi and Abayomi Akinbo are our civic technology experts based in the West Africa office, leveraging years of experience building connections across government, civil society, and private sector actors in Nigeria and beyond. Alyssa Kropp works out of Reboot HQ, using her skills in design, research and project management to uncover creative and practical ideas for our programs.

Make Your Voice Heard for the Future of Open Data!

07.19.2019

New Yorkers put open data to work everyday, whether its helping agencies run more effectively or using public City information to improve their communities and businesses. Reboot is currently working with the NYC Open Data Program to develop the City’s first-ever strategic plan for open data, and we’ve developed a brief survey to get YOUR input. If you have 10 minutes, you have the chance to make your voice heard in the process. Survey closes August 6, 2019—submit yours today!

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