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The global exchange on open government and civic technology around the world.
 
The global exchange on open government and civic technology around the world.

Latest revision as of 09:38, 3 February 2014

E-Democracy hosts the new ...

Open Government and Civic Technology Facebook Group

Join Here

The global exchange on open government and civic technology around the world.

From the local to national to global trends, connect with the #opengov and #civictech community via Facebook.

Ask a question and share your knowledge. Elected officials interested in open government are in particular encouraged to join us and use the network as a resource.

New topics are moderated to keep online group within scope.

This online group, hosted by E-Democracy.org, is open to posts in any language about open government related topics. This group includes discussion of posts to E-Democracy's Democracies Online Newswire.

With dozens of country specific "open government" groups on Facebook, this online space is designed for broadly inclusive exchange.

Commercial announcements are welcome from sponsors of E-Democracy's open government and civic technology knowledge exchange effort. Contact Steven Clift for more information: sponsor@e-democracy.org

 

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