The Open Governance Project (OGP) is an initiative of the ACLU of New Jersey. The ACLU is the nation's foremost guardian of liberty, working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve individual rights and freedoms.

What We Do

The OGP works to improve citizens' access to public records and meetings through litigation, public education and advocacy. The OGP also lobbies local and state government in support of laws and policies promoting government transparency.

Why Open Government is important

Our Current Priorities

How the OGP Makes a Difference

How to Contact the OGP

To contact the OGP for legal assistance

To submit an OPRA form that requires improper or unlawful information

To make a donation to the OGP

To become an open governance volunteer attorney

Download a copy of the ACLU-NJ Open Governance Project Brochure (100k PDF) brochure.

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