Making open government transformational
Chief executive officer of the Open Government Partnership and a former vice president of the World Bank
PREMIUM Ten years ago, a person living in Indonesia might have had to stand in long lines, going from government office to government office to ask for a simple road repair or redress of grievance. Today, that citizen can use LAPOR! on their mobile phones to file complaints, make inquiries and get responses from all levels of government. Open government solutions to the problems of citizens are emergin...
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