Follow Us

Today in OpenGov: Inner circles

by

In today's edition, the FBI raided President Trump's personal lawyer's office, Mark Zuckerberg faces Congress, D.C. charter schools don't want to share (information), we consider how to shed light on the ways that oligarchs hide their money, and more. 

Continue reading
Share This:

Today in OpenGov: Mercy mercy me

by

In today's edition, shedding light on a secretive nonprofit, complaining about FOIA requests, keeping up with Scott Pruitt's latest ethical woes, tracking John Bolton's potential conflicts, arresting a former Brazilian president, and more.

Continue reading
Share This:

Today in OpenGov: Face/Off

by

In today's edition, we round up the latest news around Facebook's growing privacy problems, Mueller asks if Russian oligarchs tried to send cash to the Trump campaign, watchdogs complain about a major dark money group, Syracuse improves its data offerings, and more. 

Continue reading
Share This:

Today in OpenGov: Bear or bot?

by

In today's edition, we sit down with Seattle's open data program manager, the Department of Commerce is told it can't charge $13,000 per year for access to data that should be public, John Bolton leveraged his super PAC for advantage in Trump's Washington, China moves towards a novel surveillance technique, and more. 

Continue reading
Share This:

Today in OpenGov: Give it up?

by

In today's edition, find out why 411 is the number of the day, Scott Pruitt keeps hanging on, Code for America looks to help vulnerable populations, the FEC ups its scrutiny of Ryank Zinke's old PAC, Europe fights a losing battle against money laundering, and more.

Continue reading
Share This:

Today in OpenGov: Complaints

by

In today's edition, we recap a busy weekend in Trumpland, dig up some more good news in the 2200+ page spending bill, consider how to bring transparency to private algorithms, explore a first-of-its kind online registry in Boston, and more. 

Continue reading
Share This:

Today in OpenGov: Time for a reboot

by

In today's edition, we're sharing fresh ideas on community support for open data, the Department of Veterans Affairs needs an open government reboot, Wall Street's cops take on the 'political intelligence' industry, using open data to verify election information in Kenya, and more. 

Continue reading
Share This:

Today in OpenGov: Profligate

by

In today's edition, the CIA plays games, the telecom lobby plans to fight net neutrality in the states, President Trump's free-spending cabinet takes its cues from the top, Vancouver, Canada keeps up its money laundering crackdown, and more. 

Continue reading
Share This:

CFC (Combined Federal Campaign) Today 59063

Charity Navigator