The Digital Policy Council tracks the making of a new geopolitical identity.

Members of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) endorse an Open Government Declaration defining these principles, "to strengthen our commitments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance." OGP Scoring System uses a 16 point scoring system made up the following criteria:
  1. Budget Transparency
  2. Public Access to Information
  3. Asset Disclosure of Government Officials
  4. Level of Citizen Engagement
Government 2.0 or “Gov2.0” in 21st century politics commonly refers to technology-based initiatives for building transparency, participation and collaboration into the government process, specifically using architectures founded on social media, cloud computing, and open data. Government 2.0 Rating System is based on the following criteria:
  1. Published Strategic Roadmap
  2. Public Sentiment Listening Grid in Operation
  3. Use of Social Media Channels by Heads of State and Senior Government Officials
  4. Number of Open Data Initiatives
  5. Number of Crowdsourcing Events
  6. Online Influence and Reputation Scores of Government Officials and Agencies
  7. Published Social Media Policy
  8. Public Servant Training and Certification Programs
  9. Mobile Engagement of Citizens
  10. Level of Public Participation