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How can we make better decisions in government?


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Better decision-making in government involves using data and evidence to inform policies. Decisions should be based on reliable data and scientific research, which helps ensure that policies are effective and beneficial for the public. Regular evaluations of policies and their outcomes allow governments to make necessary adjustments and improve their strategies over time. Engaging with stakeholders, including citizens and experts, brings diverse viewpoints into the process, leading to well-rounded and inclusive decisions.

Transparency and accountability are key to improving decision-making in government. Transparent processes enable the public to understand how decisions are made, fostering trust and cooperation. Accountability measures, such as audits and performance reviews, ensure that decision-makers are responsible for their actions and outcomes. By adopting a long-term perspective, governments can make decisions that promote sustainable growth and avoid short-term fixes that may lead to future problems.

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