Krzysztof Izdebski is a Board Member and the Policy Director of ePanstwo
Foundation (EPF) and Board Member of Consul Democracy Foundation.
He is a Marshall Memorial Fellow. He is a lawyer specialized in access
to public information and re-use of public sector information. He has
wide expertise in relations between public administration and citizens.
He is the author of publications on freedom of information, technology,
public administration, corruption, and public participation including
“Transparency and Open Data Principles: Why They Are Important
and How They Increase Public Participation and Tackle Corruption”
and recently published “alGOVrithms. The State of Play. Report
on Algorithms Usage in Government-Citizens Relations in Czechia,
Georgia, Hungary, Poland, Serbia, and Slovakia.” In 2012-2018 he was a
Local Research Correspondent for Poland in the European Commission
Anti-Corruption project (Anti-Corruption report) that aimed to improve
anti-corruption policies in the Member States. He is also an Apolitical.
co contributor. 27th on the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily list of 50 most
influential Polish lawyers in 2019.