The OpenGov Hub is a co-working community in Washington, D.C. and network of 35+ organizations promoting transparency, accountability, and civic engagement around the world. The 20,000 sq. ft. Hub is the physical home of about 200 people promoting these open government ("OpenGov") reforms through technology, research, media, and advocacy.

The OpenGov Hub’s mission is twofold: to provide a physical home to opengov organizations (helping them be more efficient and share resources); and to be the center for collaboration, learning, and innovation on opengov issues (helping members be more effective and have greater impact together).

As a community, we collectively work toward making governments and public policy more efficient, transparent, accountable, and participatory across the globe.

The OpenGov Hub regularly organizes and hosts a wide variety of activities and events around these issues to promote collaboration and build community - Hub Events Calendar

The OpenGov Hub was established in late 2012 with Global Integrity and Development Gateway as co-founding anchor members. Its first sister international location is in Kathmandu, Nepal. 

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