Digital public goods that have been successfully reviewed and found to meet the DPG Standard receive a DPG icon and are added to the registry below. DPG status is valid for a period of one year from its approval, after which all applications undergo an automatic review process. This is to ensure that all solutions comply with the latest version of the DPG Standard.
To learn more about why digital solutions should become DPGs, click here.
DPG product owners can access the resources, opportunities, and activities of the DPGA ecosystem through this link.
DPGA Technical Team Review
Digital Public Good
Joining the DPG Registry
Once a nomination is submitted, it undergoes a technical review against the DPG Standard, a baseline of 9 indicators that serve as a minimum standard that all digital public goods must meet. Once the technical team reviews and approves that the documentation meets the standard, it gets added to the the DPG Registry.
For information on how to submit a nomination to the DPG Registry, see our submission guide.
Licensing information for each DPG is presented based on received and collected information and in some cases has been simplified. Licensing information should be reviewed in full, as listed at the source, before implementation is considered.