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Adoption of open government data among government agencies

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Open government objectives and participation motivations

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One way traffic: The open data initiative project and the need for an effective demand side initiative in Ghana

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Reengineering the open government concept: An empirical support for a proposed model

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Measuring scholarly use of government information: An altmetrics analysis of federal statistics

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Secrecy in the Sunshine Era: The promises and failures of U.S. open government laws

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Civic open data at a crossroads: Dominant models and current challenges

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Government data does not mean data governance: Lessons learned from a public sector application audit

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An analysis of open government portals: A perspective of transparency for accountability

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One way traffic: The open data initiative project and the need for an effective demand side initiative in Ghana

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