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In the hot seat: Keira Oliver of Ingage Scotland talks through the need to think differently to see the change we want

29th August 2017 – No Comments

Increasing transparency, participation, and collaboration throughout government requires significant change. Moving away from traditional approaches to policy design and methods of working to more democratic alternatives requires us to think and behave differently, whilst not getting too frustrated with the…


What does open government offer the Global Goals?

28th August 2017 – No Comments

In being a member of the Open Government Partnership, Scotland is seeking a culture of governance that follows the principles of transparency, accountability and participation. This is the lifeblood of open government and we all know the importance of getting…


Letter to Caroline Nokes, Minister for Government Resilience and Efficiency

22nd August 2017 – No Comments

The steering committee of the UK Open Government Network has written to Caroline Nokes,¬†Minister for Government Resilience and Efficiency, welcoming her to post and calling on her to take a lead on open government.¬† Dear Caroline Nokes MP, Commitment to…

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