open government - Freddy Mariñez Navarro (38 pages)

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c.- Public sector nature: educational or training programs produced for the public sector

(with respect to the goals and the level of the program) should address:

- Internationalization and globalization

- The balance between centralization and decentralization

- Impact of multinational organizations and agreements

- Weakening of the state (the influence of cutbacks and new public

management).

- New modes of communication and their impact

- Collaborative governance

The progress of this research, based on the premise that the axes that articulate the Open

Government should lead to a management model and a new way of conceiving the partnership

Government-Government, Government-Private Sector and Government-citizens and thus

become a platform for an open democracy. Still seen in this perspective, the aim of this paper is

to clarify some pedagogical tools that allow us to construct teaching strategies of this new

emerging concept in public administration, such is the Open Government. To meet this objective

of the paper, we propose one hand, elements linked to research in the classroom, and on the other

hand the analysis of practice in governance strategy with cases related to transparency,

participation collaborative, intergovernmental cooperation and public-private partnership.

1.b.- Outline the concept of Open Government

Open Government gives us multiple definitions and trends are identified each with a very

particular theoretical approach. Thus, some argue that open government is a result of

technological change, where web 2.0 plays a fundamental role and the center of its analysis are

information technologies. In turn, others emphasize the importance of developing Open

Government as a change in the values of public service and in the organization, synthesis,

resulting in a new organizational culture.

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