Changing the Culture of Government (2015)

Changing the Culture of Government (2015)


we know why you’re here you want your government to serve people better to get more things done more quickly to eliminate corruption and waste to listen and respond but did you think it was going to be easy maybe not inside government it’s a struggle to find others willing to try new things and share what they know on the outside it’s frustrating when you don’t know what’s going on behind those walls and you can’t find a way to make your voice heard let’s face it you’re on the frontlines of a revolution to change the culture of government but you can’t do it alone because this change is much bigger than you you need allies in different parts of government to open the doors to new ideas allies outside of government to help find solutions and keep the pressure on and partners around the world to offer inspiration and support today people like you in almost 70 countries are using the Open Government Partnership to build their own coalitions for change reformers are finding new allies in and out of government activists are finding real people inside government who they can work with to change things for the better together you are implementing more than 2,000 initiatives making government more open and accountable to the people it’s amazing what you’ve accomplished in four short years you have pushed back against natural resource corruption made data more open information more accessible budgets more transparent and given citizens our real say on policy and when you get stuck a good idea is just a phone call away this is OGP and this is only the beginning find more allies tackle bigger problems together you are changing the culture of government open by default policy by the people accountability for results it’s the future and you have the power to shape it

4 thoughts on “Changing the Culture of Government (2015)

  1. Thank you for this very meaningful video !

    We (as an international e-transformation and e-government group from Turkey) prepared translated Turkish (and revieved English) subtitles for this valuable video
    . So, if you like, you may contact with me (afyonluoglu-at-gmail.com) so that we can send subtitle text files for everybody's pleasure..
    Best wishes from Turkey !

  2. Could you add subtitles in Portuguese? I think most part of Germans speak English, they could understand what is said. In Brazil that doesn't happen and I really enjoyed this video. It was very empowering. Sadly I don't feel it is actually happening around me.

  3. EXCELENTE MATERIAL. SE TRATA DE UN PROBLEMA AL QUE LOS REFORMADORES DE GOBIERNO LO DAN COMO CASO PERDIDO POR FAVOR AGREGUEN SUBTITULOS EN ESPAÑOL PARA LLEVARLO A ESCUELAS Y OFICINAS PUBLICAS, GRACIAS

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