Portrait of Wen Hoe
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If you were a small country with a population of 1.26 million, a former republic of the Soviet Union, how would you drive your country’s future? That was the question Estonia faced in 1991. The answer it chose was technological revolution. When Estonia became independent after the fall of the Soviet Union, less than half the country had a telephone line. Its infrastructure dated back to... Read More

Author: Wen Hoe
Portrait of Wen Hoe
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Open data and open government are often confused with each other. The phrase “open government” was first introduced in the 1950s, a call for public accountability after little government information disclosure during WWII. However, in recent years, the two ideas have been conflated. Former President Obama’s Open Government Directive called for executive branch agencies to “publish... Read More

Author: Wen Hoe