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Call for Feedback: How-To Note on the Use of ICT for Improved Transparency in Bank-financed Projects

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The Open Development Technology Alliance (ODTA), in collaboration with the World Bank's OPCS' Governance and Anticorruption Team (GAC) and the Social Development Network (SDV), is holding a consultation period to invite feedback on four short How-To reports. These draft papers explore the role information and communication technologies (ICTs) can play to enhance governance, strengthen social accountability mechanism and ultimately improve development outcomes.

You are invited to download and review the How-To Note "Using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to Improve Transparency in Bank-Financed Projects" and submit your feedback in the comments section below.

Using ICTs to Improve Transparency in Bank-Financed Projects

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About the note: Recent years have seen an push for increased government transparency. At the same time, ICTs have spread rapidly and now connect some of the most remote locations with the rest of the world. The combination of these two trends creates significant opportunities for project teams and government counterparts to improve transparency and governance in their projects. The purpose of this note is to familiarize readers with the basic aspects of access to information (AI) and ICT and to provide hands-on suggestions and examples on how to implement eTransparency measures in projects and beyond. 

To learn more about this How-To series, click here.


Samhir Vasdev

ICT innovation specialist

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