An open government strategy or open government policy is “a document that defines the open government agenda of the central government and any of its subnational levels, as well as that of a single public institution or thematic area, and that includes key open government initiatives, together with short, medium and long-term goals and indicators.”

Open governance strategy, also called Open government initiatives are “actions undertaken by the government, or by a single public institution, to achieve specific objectives in the area of open government, ranging from the drafting of laws to the implementation of specific activities such as online consultations.”


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Nikola Thunberg
About Nikola Thunberg

I am Nikola, I care about economic strategies and their impact on the government and citizens. I like to analyze alternative economics types. I study the behavior of community-based economics, knowledge-based economics, centralized, as well as decentralized economics models.


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