The Transition to Participatory Government

How getting citizens involved positively impacts the public good

Research shows that when constituents help shape the direction of a government project, they are more invested in its success and satisfied with its outcomes, and they build trust with the organization running the project. On the government side, getting constituents involved helps organizations prioritize where to allocate their limited resources for the most impact on the public good.

Read this eBook to learn about two key types of participatory government – consumerized government services and participatory budgeting practices – and how agencies are using these strategies to dramatically increase citizen engagement. You’ll also learn about the three most common roadblocks agencies face when working to implement participatory government and how you can overcome them.

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