Tag: public spending

by Vitor Baptista

This post was co-written by Neil Ashton, writer for the Open Knowledge Foundation’s School of Data blog. How can Brazilians participate in the allocation of public spending to ensure that it is used to construct a free, fair and sustainable society? With this question, Open Knowledge Foundation Brasil and the Brazilian NGO INESC (Institute of [...] more »

by Lisa Evans

With the new year just a week away, it’s the time of year when you might be thinking about the calenders you use and wondering how they could work better for you. Just over a month ago, the OpenSpending team floated the idea of an open spending calendar. The idea was to monitor some key [...] more »

by Lisa Evans

At OpenSpending we really want to make it easy and fun for journalists to write great stories with data. But what can we do to help? There are already tons of ways for journalists to find newsworthy data. For example, in the U.K. there are daily email alerts for government data releases and even calendars [...] more »