Transparency and Social Enablement

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Social Enablement consists of architecting, developing, and ultimately using a network of transparency services along with developing the social context within government to encourage its maximum utilization. Social Enablement as a strategic element assures that transparency gains sufficient reach and capacity to be meaningful to citizens of all interests and degrees of technical savvy.

At its core is the assertion that answering only the questions asked does not effect real transparency. Real transparency arises when two parties commit to not only answer what’s asked but also offer what information one party feels the other might like or need to know.

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