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President's Message - March 2017

P2 and the Global ‘Open Government’ Movement: Connections and Opportunities

Open Government and the Emergence of Open Dialogue

The term Open Government means different things to different people. 853 more words

President's Message

Block review reaches 25 million pages!

Library and Archives Canada’s Block Review project has just reached another important milestone—25 million pages opened. Since 2010, the project’s goal is to make previously-restricted archival Canadian government records available to the public. 146 more words

Our Collection And Facilities

Editorial: Governor must renew commitment to open government

Shortly after she took office, Gov. Kate Brown said that one of her primary goals was to restore public confidence in state government.

She had good reason to say that after her predecessor, John Kitzhaber, resigned in the wake of conflict-of-interest charges that had tripped up both Kitzhaber and his fiancee, Cylvia Hayes. 12 more words

Opinion

Governor must renew commitment to open government | Editorial

Shortly after she took office, Gov. Kate Brown said that one of her primary goals was to restore public confidence in state government.

Source: Editorial: Governor must renew commitment to open government | Editorial | democratherald.com

Oregon Legislature

Operation Data Liberation

I’ve had the opportunity recently to talk to people in several different city governments that are facing a common challenge — how to liberate operational data from a legacy system. 2,581 more words

Open Government

E-Government

The federal eGovernment program started in 2001 with introducing a strategic plan by the Ministry of Finance and Industry. One of the early eServices offered at a federal level was the electronic card known as the… 263 more words

E-government

Open Government Traveling Show featured at Milwaukee Press Club on Wednesday, March 15

UPDATE: View this event on Wisconsin Eye.

UPDATE: A report on this event from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

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The Milwaukee Press Club will host the Open Government Traveling Show – a panel discussion about the Wisconsin open meetings and open records laws – at a Newsmaker Luncheon on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 as part of the national celebration of open government known as “Sunshine Week.” 354 more words