• 11 ‘First-Mover’ Countries Launch 50-in-5 Campaign to Accelerate Digital Public Infrastructure Adoption Around The World

    9 November 2023: Global leaders and high-level representatives from 11 ‘First-Mover’ countries gathered yesterday for the official launch of the 50-in-5 campaign. This ambitious, country-led campaign heralds a new chapter in the global momentum around digital public infrastructure (DPI) – an underlying network of components such as digital payments, ID, and data exchange systems, which […]

  • Public Digital joins the Digital Public Goods Alliance

    Today, we’re thrilled to welcome Public Digital as the latest member of the Digital Public Goods Alliance! Their membership includes exciting thought leadership on the value of open source and digital public goods.

  • Exploring a Gradient Approach to the Openness of AI System Components

    The Community of Practice on AI systems as digital public goods, co-hosted by the DPGA and UNICEF, has developed and mapped a first approach to distinguish the degrees of openness of an AI system’s components. Doing so can help equip developers with a tool to think through how and when to open AI systems. This […]

  • Institute for Technology and Society (ITS) Joins the Digital Public Goods Alliance

    Today, Institute for Technology and Society (ITS) joined the Digital Public Goods Alliance as a new member. ITS’ membership will focus on Brazil and the Global South, facilitating creative and appropriate responses to the opportunities provided by technology in the digital age, and that the potential benefits are broadly shared across society. ITS’ 2023/2024 Roadmap […]

  • EkStep Foundation joins the DPGA

    Today, Nandan Nilekani, Co-Founder and Chairperson of EkStep Foundation, announced their membership in the Digital Public Goods Alliance. Read more about their membership activities.

  • AI Community of Practice Discussion Paper

    As AI technologies become more prevalent, there is an urgent need to ensure they benefit society. The AI CoP aims to explore the intersection of ethical AI and open source, and
    their efforts will inform essential changes to the DPG Standard.

  • Government of Guatemala joins the DPGA

    The Government of Guatemala, through the Presidential Commission for Open and Electronic Government (GAE), has just announced their membership in the Digital Public Goods Alliance.

  • 5 Things We’ve Learned through the Digital Public Goods Charter

    Nearly a year ago, our organizations joined forces to launch the Charter for Digital Public Goods (DPG Charter), an advocacy campaign designed to galvanize interest and nurture critical discussion toward ensuring that digital public goods can maximize the benefits of digital public infrastructure and improve the lives of all people. Here’s what we’ve learned along the way.