When governments work in the open and proactively release public data in standardized formats, they can drive transparency, participation, and collaboration to help further key priorities.
Open Government means that information is being shared proactivly in a user-friendly way, ensuring accessibility and understandability. By sharing information, governments can facilitate public dialogue and spur productive participation focused on key issues, allowing the community to help make government work better.
Practice Open Government
We're publishing a set of guides, tools and resources to help governments work in the open, proactively publish public data online, and collaborate with the community to help make programs and services better for everyone.