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  • 1. @budgitng BudgIT BudgIT Empirical Use of #OpenData Governance Transparency Leadership & Accountability
  • 2. The Einstein Rule"Any intelligent fool can make things Bigger, more complex, andmore violent. It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage -- to move inthe opposite direction."
  • 3. #OccupyNigeria100 Million Nigerians are getting interested in governance
  • 4. Open Data - How Important?Towards a functional society, access and understanding of fiscal information is very key
  • 5. The Status QuoThick reams of pdf in non-readable formats on government website
  • 6. The Disruption
  • 7. Cut App - built within 60 active hours with support Co-Creation Hub Community developers
  • 8. Track the ProjectsTrack the Nigeria budget within your neighbourhood, build a parallel budget performance report and effect institutional change
  • 9. For Who!99m active mobile subscribers 3 million social network Potential Active and Informed Citizens
  • 10. For ThemStimulating the interest of the ‘life below a dollar’
  • 11. Going Mobile Public Data Made SocialPlatform DevelopmentData MiningMarket Testing Expanding Traffic and Visibility
  • 12. Public Finance Comprehension for Africa
  • 13. Sokoto Katsina Zamfara Jigawa Yobe Borno Kebbi Kano Bauchi Gombe Kaduna Niger Plateau Adamawa Kwara Nasarawa Oyo Taraba Ekiti Kogi Osun Benue Ogun Ondo Lagos Edo Ana- Enugu Ebonyi mbra Cross Delta Imo Abia River Akwa Baye- Ibom lsa Rivers Acknowledge that open information and technology will often becomplements to institutional change not substitutes – Rufus Pollock
  • 14. Thank You @budgitngOluseun ONIGBINDE Ogochukwu JUNAID Joseph AGUNBIADE Maryam EDUN