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Collaboration Case Studies and Effective Practices

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The purpose of this site is not to duplicate content that is elsewhere on the Web, but to serve as a useful directory to that content for open government pioneers in the public and private sectors.  You may also be interested in transparency or participation case studies and effective practices.


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Collaboration within Individual Government Agencies:

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Collaboration Spanning Multiple Government Agencies:

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Collaboration between Citizens and the Federal Government:

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State Collaboration Initiatives:

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Local Collaboration Initiatives:

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International Examples:

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General Collaboration Principles and Ideas:

Enabling Collaboration: Three Priorities for New Administration

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