Making people to know what you have for them makes your work easier.
By Brooks Marmon, Accountability Architect.
Making information more open and transparent helps governments spend revenues more effectively, improve services and, importantly, build trust with citizens. Recently, the Government of Liberia, led by its Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs, and Tourism (MICAT) convened a forum of key government stakeholders and civil society organizations to assess the progress of Liberia’s National Action Plan under the Open Government Partnership (OGP), a platform in which governments to commit to advancing transparency, accountability, public participation, and innovation.
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