We urgently need One Data, open government
Deputy to the presidential chief of staff, the national focal point for Open Government Partnership
PREMIUM Three years into Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s presidency, the development of physical infrastructure has started to show tangible results, improving the livelihood and welfare of the people. However, perhaps unknown to many in the republic, another type of infrastructure that is invisible physically, but no less strategic, is being built: a development policy database. Why data? Not...
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