Innovations in Open Grantmaking

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Innovations in Open Grantmaking seeks to provide inspiration and early proof of concept regarding innovative practices at every stage of the grantmaking process. The examples and lessons included can act as suggested guidelines for future research and experimentation around more openly and effectively providing access to public money.  This guide includes:

Introduction to Open and Effective Grantmaking: What it is, why it matters

Innovations Pre-Granting: Ideation challenges, improving the quality of applications through matchmaking, and prioritizing bottom-up participation

Innovations in Granting: Open peer review and participatory judging, evidence-based grantmaking, expert networking, and open alternatives to grants

Innovations Post-Granting: Opening data about grants, grantors, and grantees, standardizing reporting, and opening access to
grant-funded work product

Conclusion and Reflection

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Publication/Event Date:

September 2016

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Andrew Young, Andrew Miller, Beth Noveck



Grants Management
Grantmaking and Changemaking

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