Pantheon is a project celebrating our global cultural heritage - we are compiling, analyzing and visualizing datasets that can help us explore global cultural production. Dive in, visualize, and enjoy.
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Pantheon 1.0 historical cultural production dataset #opendata
The Open Government Partnership is now 65 countries strong. Those countries have used the OGP platform to make over 2000 open government reform commitments. Around the world hundreds of civil society organizations and activists have put their energy into making OGP a true partnership between government and citizens. In 2015 this pace of achievement must be strengthened in five areas as we begin the implementation of the new OGP 2015-18 strategy.
Data and research on public sector innovation and e-government including government performance, online public service delivery, ICTs, good governance principles, open data, open government data (OGD), This working paper takes a comparative snapshot of social media use in and by OECD governments. The focus is on government institutions, as opposed to personalities, and how they manage to capture the opportunities of new social media platforms to deliver better public services and to create more open policy processes.
Brooks Rainwater at Co-Exist: “As with a range of leading issues, cities are at the vanguard of this shifting environment. Through increased measurement, analysis, and engagement, open data will further solidify the centrality of cities. In the Chicago, the voice of the mayor counts for a lot. And Mayor Emmanuel has been at the forefront […]
Today, we are building on a long history of innovation and collaboration on digital technologies with the United Kingdom. The President and Prime Minister Cameron just announced a commitment to strengthen and expand the ongoing digital partnership between our two countries.
Ivan Begtin's insight:
Major shift from Open Government to Digital Government. D5 initiative of U.K. is now expanded to include U.S.
Accessible open data about government spending and services remains a pipe dream across most of the world, an 86-country survey by the World Wide Web Foundation has found. The second edition of the Open Data Barometer came out on Tuesday.
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