There are a number of ways that you can get involved:
Join our mailing list
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Join the debate online
Contribute on a call for evidence
We will be focusing on a number of different propositions during the review. For example procurement policies, information rights, frameworks and citizen needs. The Calls for Evidence page has all the details.
Send us your evidence, ideas or examples
You may want to submit a full strategy document. You may wish to simply send in a one-line idea. You may want to highlight a best-practice example or point out a case where government could do better.
Simply send an email with the details and “Submission” in the title to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our preference is to openly publish all submissions. It will spark other ideas, but we also recognize that some individuals and organisations may need to preserve elements of confidentiality.
Please confirm your preference when you provide your submission.
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Attend an event
We are working with a number of volunteers and organisations to arrange workshops, roundtables and conferences around the country. Details will be posted on the website, to our mailing list and publicized on Twitter. Do come along and join in the debate.
Organise an event
You may have your own idea for an event or wish to organize an Unconference in your own area. Fantastic!
Let us know if you want help organizing, facilitating or publicizing the event and send in the conclusions.
Volunteer your time
Rather than organizing a one-off event you may wish to be involved on an different basis. It may be researching a specific area, analyzing submissions or assisting with an event. Drop us a mail with your thoughts and put “Volunteer” in the title.
Let other people know
Finally, and possibly the most simple yet important way to get involved, let other people know of the review, of the opportunity to engage, to be involved and to join the debate.