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Open ask platforms allow constituents to put a question to the government in a public way that others can see and co-sign. These platforms focus on making the governments' answers public as another form of transparency. In some contexts, asking the government for information on an ad hoc basis is the only way to open up data about certain topics.

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Rep'd, Inc.

Rep'd, Inc.

United States of America

Rep'd is a civic engagement platform that powers the digital conversation between voters and candidates, constituents and elected officials.


Question2Answer (Q2A) is a popular open source Q&A platform for PHP/MySQL, currently running on 24,500+ sites in 40 languages.

Que Sabes

Que Sabes


Realiza una solicitud de información o mira las ya realizadas



Civic Hall, West 22nd Street, New York, NY, USA

questions-and-answers with elected officials, candidates, media, and more public figures


To strengthen the topic of freedom of information as a whole by transparently depicting the inquiry and response process.

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