- Previously, members of Opening Government’s “Pre-Network” were asked to respond to “14 Questions on the Future of Government and Governance in the Digital Age.”
- Watch below as members explain current impediments to effective governance, how technology can open our institutions, and what our project might seek to accomplish.
In preparation for our recent Pre-Network Kickoff Meeting in London (more to come on this soon), a number of members of Opening Government’s Pre-Network participated in a series of telephone interviews with Sean Brooks and the author. We were not able to include clips from every interview in the video above, but all of the interviews were truly fantastic, and we’re hoping to post the audio of individual interviews very soon.
In advance of the full interviews, check out our debut trailer for the Pre-Network as members describe “The Problem,” explore “Where We Can Go,” and take a crack at “Framing the Network.”
- Stefaan G. Verhulst, Chief Researcher, The Markle Foundation
- Beth Simone Noveck, Founder, White House Open Government Initiative
- Sonal Shah, Former Director, White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation
- Jen Pahlka, Founder and Executive Director, Code For America
- Susan Crawford, Co-Director, Berkman Center for Internet & Society
- Yochai Benkler, Co-Director, Berkman Center for Internet & Society
- Patrick Meier, Director of Social Innovation, Qatar Foundation’s Computing Research Institute
(Note: Opening Government would like to profusely thank #opengov friend Seena Jon Ghaznavi for helping to produce this video.)