Good governance is necessary for international development. Aspects of good governance we work on include financial transparency, anti-corruption efforts, capacity building, and gender and inclusivity. Governments must ensure their economic activities are transparent and are held accountable to the goals they set. Governments must implement policy that is comprehensive and inclusive to form feedback loops with other actors such as those in the private sector and civil society. These actors must actively be involved in the process of forming, modifying, and assessing policy. IDG can assist government officials ranging from Presidents and Prime Ministers to workers of Ministries of Finance. Our services provide best practices entailing anti-corruption, strategic trade negotiations, financial transparency, private sector involvement, and gender inclusion.