What Makes for Successful Open Government Co-Creation?

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What Makes for Successful Open Government Co-Creation?

The promise of open government is unlocked when diverse actors work together toward a common vision. Take a look at that process through five examples.

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User-Centered Design for Open City Data

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User-Centered Design for Open City Data

How a strategically tailored open-source tool helped deliver on open government.

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Amplifying Accountability


Amplifying Accountability

See how shoulder-to-shoulder support for media organizations around the world can promote good governance.

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Empowering Communities through Data


At the Africa Open Data Conference (AODC) in Accra, Ghana, Adam Talsma will share lessons from Reboot’s work with municipal government and civil society organizations in Sekondi Takoradi, Ghana. His remarks are part of a July 20th session on empowering communities to improve their lives using data with fellow panelists from Code for Nigeria, Data Zetu, Development Gateway, Open Institute, and others. Follow along with @MCC_Data, @theReboot, and #AODC17.

Cracking Open Data through Investigative Journalism


On July 18th, Chioma Agwuegbo will lead a discussion among pioneering African investigative journalists and media organizations at this year’s Africa Open Data Conference (AODC) in Accra, Ghana. Panelists from the Wole Soyinka Center for Investigative Journalism, Premium Times, and Tiger Eye Media will share stories from their investigative work to inform how donors and program designers can more effectively involve the media in open data efforts. Follow along with @TheReboot, @ChiomaChuka, @selasekove, @WSoyinkaCentre, @ptcij, and #AODC17.

Inspiring More New Yorkers to Create Impact with City Data


Today the NYC Open Data team released their annual progress report including a plan to release all remaining public data sets by the end of 2018. The report, created with support from Reboot’s design team, features Reboot's research into existing and potential users of open data, and highlights ways New Yorkers are already using data to solve problems in their communities. Find out more at the NYC Open Data Summer Updates event at Civic Hall on Wednesday July 19th, or watch the livestream starting on Wednesday at 6:30pm ET. #OpenDataForAll

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