Reboot's OGP Process Guide

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Reboot's OGP Process Guide

In recognition of this week's OGP Americas Regional Meeting, here is Reboot's guide to refining and prioritizing open government commitments.

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Announcing a New Collaboration with the Sunlight Foundation

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Announcing a New Collaboration with the Sunlight Foundation

We're off to Madison, Wisconsin for a project on how official government data can solve everyday citizens' problems.

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Recommended Reading for City Leaders

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Recommended Reading for City Leaders

These Reboot resources offer road-tested guidance for common, local-level challenges.

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Leading the Way to Smarter, Fairer Government Contracting

11.14.2017

On November 28th and 29th, Lauren Gardner, Zack Brisson, and Panthea Lee will facilitate Open Contracting 2017, a global convening to map out the future of smarter and fairer government contracting. Organized by the Open Contracting Partnership, The B Team, CoST, Hivos and Article 19, with Reboot as the design and facilitation partner, the event will gather 200 open contracting leaders, practitioners, and champions from across the world for two days of co-working, networking, and peer exchange.

Sharing Insights From the Field with Future Changemakers

11.09.2017

On November 8th Zack Brisson delivered a lecture at Rutgers Honors College Forum, an interdisciplinary course focused on tackling global issues through social innovation. The lecture, entitled “So You Want to Start a Revolution?” covered tactics for working within existing power structures to create meaningful change.

Strengthening Investigative Journalism and Collaboration

11.09.2017

Chioma Agwuegbo and Ahmed Rufai Isah will join the 10th Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Johannesburg alongside international media experts and fellow MacArthur Foundation grantees. The event, which takes place November 16th-19th, is the world’s largest gathering of investigative journalists, with a mission to spread state-of-the-art investigative reporting, data journalism, and cross-border collaboration around the world.

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