Unpacking the disruptive potential of data driven policy making process and blockchain technology in enhancing good governance transparency and development among African countries in line with Agenda 2030
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This paper on Unpacking the Disruptive Potential of Data Driven Policy making process and block-chain Technology in enhancing Good Governance Transparency and Development among African Countries in line with Agenda 2030 analyses the various challenges policy makers in Africa’s government institutions faces and how Big data and block-chain technology are increasingly becoming the cornerstone on which policy-makers can be able to make effective decisions for public good. As public problems grow in complexity and increasingly require new forms of expertise and information, policymakers across Africa need to explore new ways to become more data driven. And Since Big Data and block-chain technology are being, touted as a potentially transformational force for policy makers and their ability to increase the accessibility and inclusivity of institutional systems, the article examines their disruptive potential to government services (R Zambrano - 2017). And the importance of having better data for better policy (S. G. Verhulst 2017) this paper explores nature of the problem as well as the potential—and current limitations in public policy.