No More Secrets: How Open Government and ICT Contribute to Corruption-Free and Citizen Oriented Services

  Workshop Session 1
October 6, 16:30 – 18:00, Venue: Neue Mälzerei/Kuppelsaal Süd
Language: English

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Andreas Laux, Junior Advisor, Anti-Corruption & Integrity Programme

Arlett Stojanovic, Planning Officer, Competence Centre Media.Communication.eGovernance, Department Good Governance and Human

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Project Experiences

Shalva Papuashvili, Georgia

Katrin Schäfer, Armenia

Francisca Silalahi & Doris Becker, Indonesia

Elvis Mujanovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Zoe Reiter, Transparency International, Regional Programme Manager, Americas Department

Gabriel Sipos, Transparency International Slovakia, Executive Director

      Download Keynote: ICT in Anticorruption

The Open Government movement seeks to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption and harness new technologies to strengthen governance. This comprises minimum standards for access to information, fiscal transparency, asset disclosure and civil liberties.

The workshop highlights the potential of Open Government for better governments and more satisfied citizens and explores how Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can help in curtailing corruption. The limits and potential downsides of open government will also be addressed. Following a general introduction on the underlying principles of open government and the prospects of web-based applications by an expert from Transparency International (TI), focus groups will allow to deepen exchange on:

Citizen-oriented ICT tools to support anti-corruption

       Download ICT and Anticorruption – Georgian Experience

       Download ICT and Anticorruption – Additional Information on Georgian Electronic Management System

       Download ICT and Anticorruption – Indonesian Experience

E-Governance for better public service delivery

Utilizing the Open Government momentum and digital media to make partners (governments/administration) more transparent and more cooperative towards the civil society


First and foremost, participants themselves are invited to actively share their knowledge, experiences and opinions in a peer-to-peer exchange with the ultimate goal to improve GIZ services. In each group, expert colleagues from GIZ will also provide their valuable first-hand expertise: Shalva Papuashvili from Georgia, Katrin Schäfer from Armenia, Mathias Mühle from Indonesia, and Elvis Mujanovic from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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