Entrenching Open Government Principles, Culture, and Practices

15:10 - 16:30
Canada Hall, Shaw Centre

The audience will gain insight into strategies, tactics, and methods to make open government the norm in different contexts. These include inter-agency collaborations, support structures, targeted investments in disruptive and innovative pilots, and vectors of engagement a government requires to sustain measurable organisational culture transformation through successive administrations. Government and civil society panellists will speak to the longevity and impact of their respective open government experiences and the conditions in which open government culture, principles, and practices can thrive. The audience will consider and prioritise the enabling conditions for successful scaling up of reforms based on the approaches presented by panellists including: approaches to policy interventions, legal compliance, external stakeholder collaboration, leveraging international open government networks, and the incorporation of technical interventions (e.g. data standards and operational manuals).

Theme: Impact

Livestream: Yes

Open to media: Yes

Organizers: OpenNorth

Languages available: English, French, Spanish

Event type: Panel


Gustavo Ungaro: Comptroller General of the City of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Lindsey Marchessault: Director of Data and Engagement, OCP, Canada, Edwin Ikhuoria: Senior Advisor for Africa, ONE Campaign, Nigeria, Melanié Robert: Executive Director, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, Canada

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