•  Title: Green Paper on Public Sector Information trans
Description:  COM(98)585final, adopted on 20 January 1999 Public sector information plays a fundamental role in the proper functioning of the internal market and the free circulation of goods, services and people. Without user-friendly and readily available administrative, legislative, financial or other public information, economic actors cannot make fully informed decisions.
  •  Title: Florida Monitor. Office of program policy analysis and government accountability trans
Description:  The Florida Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (OPPAGA) is a special staff unit of the Legislature created by state law under the oversight of the Joint Legislative Auditing Committee. OPPAGA examines agencies and programs to improve services and cut costs when directed by state law, the presiding officers, or the Joint Legislative Auditing Committee.
  •  Title: Free Management Library for For-Profit and Nonprofit Organizations trans
  •  Title: Max Geldens Stichting voor maatschappelijke vernieuwing trans
  •  Title: National Center for Public Productivity (USA) trans
Description:  The National Center for Public Productivity is a research and public service organization devoted to improving productivity in the public sector.
  •  Title: Aladin: Association for Law and Administration in Developing and Transitional Countries trans
Description:  Aladin was formed in 1999, joining the former WBIO (Werkgroep Bestuur in Ontwikkelingslanden), AGDA (Association for Graduates in Development Administration) and the Van Vollenhoven Institute.
  •  Title: Centrum voor Onderzoek van de Economie van de Lagere Overheden (COELO) trans
  •  Title: Federal Trust: Seeking to Enlighten Debate Good Goverance trans
Description:  The Federal Trust acts as a forum which explores federal solutions to issues of governance at national, continental and global level. Founded in 1945 on the initiative of William Beveridge to study democratic unity amongst states and peoples, it provides a platform to debate often controversial issues. It has made a powerful intellectual contribution to the study of federalism and in particular to Britain\'s relationship to the emerging European Union.