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The Oakland Public Ethics Commission along with OpenOakland invite you to the Oakland Transparency Hearing!
The evening is open to anyone interested in transparency, good government and open government in Oakland. You are not required to RSVP but we'd love to know if you will attend to help us plan this collaborative event.
We have a fantastic lineup of speakers who will present on various aspects of open government and transparency nationally and locally including:
The Problem with Transparency in California – Robb Korinke, California Forward
Public Participation – Greg Greenway, Davenport Institute
To see the formal agenda as published by the City Clerk visit the City Legistar site here.
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OpenOakland, works to improve the lives of Oaklanders by advancing civic innovation and open government through community partnerships, engaged volunteers and civic technology.
We bring together coders, designers, data geeks, journalists, and city staff to collaborate on solutions to improve how our local government serves all people of Oakland. We draw on our wide range of expertise and perspectives to build open-source applications and working relationships that promote civic innovation and open government in Oakland.
Our projects range from events like CityCamp and the Open Government Pledge, to a community-based open-data portal and OpenDisclosure to apps that help you chart crime trends, submit FOIA requests, or adopt your local storm drain.