• The transformative role of academia & digital public goods

    The third blog in our DPG financing series focuses on how funding the DPG ecosystem can ultimately enable countries to drive their own digital transformation. In particular, the merits of helping finance academic hubs that can cultivate and foster country and regional expertise as well as incentivising local vendor capacity.

  • Accelerating financial inclusion during COVID-19 and beyond

    In September, 2020 the Digital Public Goods Alliance Financial Inclusion Community of Practice (CoP) engaged in a thoughtful, virtual discussion about the relationship between digital public infrastructures (DPIs) and digital public goods (DPGs). In this paper, we document our progress in defining what that intersection is, and how to identify it. In this post we […]

  • Series Part 4: Meet our Co-Founder, UNICEF

    This week, we wrap up our four part series highlighting the work of each Digital Public Goods Alliance co-founder. This week we’re featuring UNICEF. If you missed it, check out the rest of the series featuring iSPIRT, Norway and Sierra Leone. And, for more on the DPGA follow us on Twitter or sign up for our […]

  • Series Part 1: Meet our Co-Founders, iSPIRT

    NEW: Follow the Digital Public Goods Alliance on Twitter @DPGAlliance In our newsletter last week, we kicked off a four part series to introduce the work of the Digital Public Goods Alliance Co-Founders. In each part, we will share exciting work from one of the Co-Founders and in this, our first week we’re featuring iSPIRT. […]

  • Digital Public Goods Alliance and the #DigitalDecade

    On September 18, on the margins of the 2020 UN General Assembly, New America – a Washington, D.C.-based think tank – hosted an online event to launch a #DigitalDecade. The #DigitalDecade is a commitment to build open source technology solutions that will improve the function of government in countries worldwide. The Digital Public Goods Alliance […]