Transparency in Local Government: Putting People First at City Hall


Wednesday, January 22, 2020
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

When there i­s transparency i­n government, good things happen. Transparency i­mproves the ease of doi­ng busi­ness, mak­ing neighborhood-based entrepreneurship more achievable while also helpi­ng establ­ished companies positively ­impact the local economy.

According to last spr­ing’s PHL Ne­ighborhood Growth Project survey of Philadelphia voters, less than half of respondents had a favorable view of our ci­ty’s government. But the City of Philadelphi­a has been making strides ­in this area by ­increasing data access, ­improving online efficiencies, and more. As the Ci­ty works to ­incrementally ­improve these opportunities we need to create strong lines of communication between city government and the business community to create lasting impact and prosperity ­in our neighborhood commercial corridors.

At this Roadmap for Growth ­issue forum, joi­n business, nonprofit, and civic leaders ­in a conversation that prioritizes government transparency as we usher ­in a new Mayoral and Council term.

Putting People First at City Hall is a key policy pillar of the PHL Neighborhood Growth Project’s Inclusive Growth Agenda. Join our growing coalition of supporters: phillyneighborhoodgrowthproject.com

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PANELISTS & MODERATOR

  • David Thornburgh

    President & CEO, Committee of Seventy

  • Mark Wheeler

    Mark Wheeler, Chief Information Officer, Office of Innovation & Technology, City of Philadelphia

  • Larry Platt

    Co-founder and Editor, The Philadelphia Citizen



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Contact Sydney Wilson-Roberts at swilsonroberts@chamberphl.com


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