Tag: Markets for Good

Building a Better BRIDGE: Open Infrastructure for the Social Sector

  I’m surprised to be writing this piece. I’m surprised because a public-interest technology project led by Foundation Center, GlobalGiving, GuideStar, and TechSoup — and supported by luminary funders like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the William and Flora

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Open Data Can Ensure That Clean, Safe Water Flows to All

  One way The Water Project, and other organisations in the water sector, aim to ensure reliable access to water over time is through ongoing monitoring. In order to realise their commitments and ambitions, significant investments have been made in

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Turning Government Data Into Better Public Service

  ‘Turning Government Data Into Better Public Service’ was first published on Medium. The article outlines the release of the Digital Analytics Dashboard on March 19 by the US Digital Service.   The Dashboard allows the public to see how

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In the Fight for Open Nonprofit Data, Everything Changed in June

This post was created automatically from a feed, and was originally published at: http://www.marketsforgood.org/in-the-fight-for-open-nonprofit-data-everything-changed-in-one-month/ In recent years, the federal government has taken strides towards making its public data available in standardized, machine-readable formats. In the future, we will look back at

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