- Are agency and/or Government-wide positions necessary to achieve transparency? If so, what do these roles look like? What skills might they require? Are these new positions or new tasks for existing employees? How do we control costs while still creating transparency governance?
- How should such officials collaborate and learn from one another without creating unnecessary committees? Or is a committee necessary?
- What incentives can be adopted as an alternative to creating positions and institutions? Are there strategies for progressing toward transparency that do not involve more bureaucracy? What about an award scheme?
- What other models exist in other countries? In states? In towns? In corporations? for bringing innovation to an institution?
- How can we use technology, such as dashboards or other visual displays, to encourage progress toward transparency?
- How can the private sector play a role in ensuring government accountability for openness and transparency?
Beth Noveck is Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Open Government.
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