On November 14, we convened Hub members and friends to discuss the recent report by Results for Development, Priceless? A New Way to Estimate the Cost of Opening Government. The presentation and ensuing rich discussion reflected on the state of the open government. It captured some of the key fault lines of debate and agreement/disagreement about the accomplishments and needs of this still relatively nascent field.
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In a continuation of our Global Hubs Virtual Exchange Series, on September 28, the OpenGov Hub in DC hosted its first Virtual Exchange with the iCampus (http://icampus.io/), Liberia’s first inter-disciplinary and collaborative community that incorporates cutting-edge technologies, accountability, open governance, and social enterprise to encourage positive change in Liberia. iCampus is also the OpenGov Hub affiliate in Liberia.