July ICYMI: Accountable Service Delivery and Corruption as an Operating System

July ICYMI: Accountable Service Delivery and Corruption as an Operating System

In the heat of a DC summer, the city tends to empty out and event calendars tend to be less crowded. Things were no different here at Open Gov Hub, where many of our international members spend the summer months being out in the field. But we had two stand out events in July that we wanted to share with you all.

March ICYMI: OpenGov under Trump, Transnational Crime, and Digital Security

March ICYMI: OpenGov under Trump, Transnational Crime, and Digital Security

With 40 organizations collaboratively hosting events, OpenGov Hub is always a hive of activity. In this month's ICYMI post, we'll be sharing some of the key takeaways from all of the March events. Don't want to miss out on one of our next events? Be sure to check out our events calendar or sign up for our newsletter.

February ICYMI: Blockchain Voting, OpenGov in the Philippines, & Creating Collaboration

February ICYMI: Blockchain Voting, OpenGov in the Philippines, & Creating Collaboration

OpenGov Hub is home to over 40 organizations, so there is always a lot of activity happening within our doors. This upcoming week alone we have an event on the Open Data Charter as a Vehicle for Change, a Map Data Visualization presentation, and a weekend of celebrations and panels around Open Data Day.
We want to help you keep track of everything that is going on, so we'll be posting this monthly ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) blog to give you a roundup of some of the happenings at the Hub. Check out January's ICYMI.
Here's what happened in February at the Hub:

January ICYMI: OpenGov in DC, Kleptocracy, and the Start of New Things

January ICYMI: OpenGov in DC, Kleptocracy, and the Start of New Things

OpenGov Hub is home to over 40 organizations, so there is always a lot of activity happening within our doors. Whether that's a member organized event on open government in the Philippines or an outside group wanting to host a demo on blockchain technology.
We want to help you keep track of everything that is going on, so we'll be posting this monthly ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) blog to give you a roundup of some of the happenings at the Hub.

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