Exposing the process and rationale of decision-making to affected others for viewing and comment in a full, accurate and timely manner. It is a necessary part of demonstrating respect to affected others in the context of system-level decision-making. Poor transparency practices can lead to poor decisions, unfair suffering by those impacted, reinforcement of bad decision-making practices, poor understanding of the system, lack of trust for leadership, and missed opportunities for moral growth and reform for the community.

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