While Lok Satta's grassroots work is largely within Andhra Pradesh, its goals are national. In pursuit of governance reforms, Lok Satta has been actively engaged in national alliance-building. Among others, networks are established with the following:
Sharing of experiences in Election Watch movements, Catalyst Trust, Chennai; Public Affairs Centre, Bangalore; Praja and Agni, Mumbai etc.,
Local governance issues: Pria, New Delhi; Institute for social sciences, New Delhi; Cooperative Development Formulation, Hyderabad; Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi; Singam Srinivasan Foundation, Bangalore.
Right to Information: CommonWealth Human Rights Initiative, New Delhi; Mazdoor Kisan Sakti Sanghatan, Rajasthan; Consumer Education and Research Centre, Thaltej, Ahmedabad; Consumer Coordination Council, New Delhi.
Constitutional reforms: National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution, (NCRWC), New Delhi; Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi; Manushi, New Delhi.
Woman's representation in Legislatures: Manushi, New Delhi; Lokayan, New Delhi; Centre for Study of Developing Societies, New Delhi.
Governance reforms: Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi; Reforms Committee of Republic 50 celebrations, Govt. of India.
Electoral Reforms: National Commission (NCRWC); Law Commission; Public Affairs Centre, Forum for Democratic Reforms; Reforms Committee of Govt. of India; Centre for Policy Research.
Judicial reforms: Reforms Committee of Govt. of India, NCRWC, Law Commission, Working Group on Judicial Reforms, Mumbai.