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characterized by decentralization, flexible and virtual organizations, management changes

involving public administration oriented organizational flexibility, network more

democratic relationship between the provision of public services and citizens, efficiency

and effectiveness.

Open Government is transparency and participation, flexible management structures of the

state where political power is distributed (local, state or provincial and national or Federal),

and which is divided by political power functions (relationship between the legislature with

the Executive and Judicial). So Open Government is in the process of governing network

(Networket Government)

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which includes public opening of government services

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public-private partnerships and promoting collaborative multilevel governance.

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Stephen Goldsmith, William D. Eggers y Mark Moore (2009)

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It is a variety of flexibilizations supported the transfer to non-state public organizations, non-exclusive

activities of the State (volution), especially in areas of health, education, culture, science and technology and
environment (Federico Lustosa de la Costa; 2009).

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