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The Open Government Partnership's First Year

ПIL FROM COMMITMENT то ACTION The Open Government Partnership's first year: Bringing together governments and civil society organisations A RACE TO THE TOP Charting countries' participation with the OGP THE FOUNDING PARTICIPANTS Brazil Indonesia Mexico Norway Philippines South Africa United Kingdom United States ACTION PLAN SUBMITTED AND ENDORSED DECLARATION Albania Amenia Azerbaijan Bulgaria Canada Following a public consultation, governments develop a country action plan that elaborates concrete commitments around a set of five "grand challenges": Improving Public Services, Increasing Public Integrity, Managing Public Resources Effectively, Creating Safer Communities, Increasing Corporate Accountability. The action plan should cover an initial period of 2 years Chile Colombia Croatia Czech Republic Denmark El Salvador Dominican Republic Estonia Greece Georgia Guatemala Honduras Israel Italy Jordan Kenya Latvia Macedonia Malta Moldova Montenegro Netherlands Paraguay Peru Romania Slovak Republic South Korea Spain Sweden Tanzania C* Turkey Ukraine Uruguay DEVELOPING ACTION PLANS Costa Rica Finland Ghana Hungary Liberla These countries submitted letters of intent and their governments are currently in the process of developing action plans in partnership with civil society. Lithuania Mongolia Panama Russia Serbia Trinidad and Tobago GOVERNMENT 1ST SELF-ASSESSMENT 1ST IRM REPORT DUE As a complement to the self-assessment, an independent assessment report will be written by well-respected local governance experts from each OGP participating country. This report will be shared with a small international expert committee and will also be provided to governments to offer their comments and feedback. Timeframe: IRM reports will be undertaken every 12 months for participating countries. Each IRM report will be published no later than 4 months following the implementation period being assessed. The first round of reports examining action plans from founding governments will be concluded in May of 2013. PROGRESS REPORTS Government progress DUE All participating governments are to publish an annual progress report. This report should assess government performance in living up to its OGP commitments. It should be made publicly available in the local language and in English. Timeframe: Approximately three months after the end of the first 12 months of action plan implementation. reports are also required of all participating countries on an annual basis, to be completed and published within 2 months of each 12-month implementation cycle. LANGUAGES REPRESENTED IN THE OGP COMMUNITY Open government transcends across borders and language barriers åpent отворен slobodan viešas відкрити açıq atvērts avoixTÓ nyitott Open deschisa Buka He3aBnjeH miftuha Đnin Open öppen avatud Aberto Abierto отвори otevřený pugt открыть avata otvorit i hapur Aperto açmak Нээлттэй 8obb6a åbent BRASILIA IN NUMBERS Who attended the OGP's first Annual High-Level Conference in April 2012? Dilma Rousseff, Nika Gilauri, President, Brazil, Prime Minister, Presídent, Co-chair of OGP Georgia Jakaya Kikwete, Tanzania Warren Krafchik, Co-chair of OGP and Director of the International Budget Partnership Heads of State or Government Agus Sunaryanto, Head of Investigation and Public Information Division, Indonesia Corruption Watch Civil Society Organisations Private Sector Companies Ben Abbess, Tunisia 51 177 Journalists Ministers Diplomats 62 ---------- 64 71 International Organisations Eva G Betita, Ambassador to Brazil, from the Philippines 55 51 Academics, --------- 421 Jennifer Shkabatur, Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) Candidate, Harvard law School Government Officials 1.965bn People Represented By Their Governments COUNTRIES' OGP COMMITMENTS What are countries pledging in their action plans? Health 12 Education 22 ГГГГПГ П Environment Transportation GA Water & Sanitation Energy Telecommunications Media 3. Banking& Financial Institutions Extractive Industries/ Natural Resources 14 Disaster Management/ Crisis Response Public Law Enforcement 10 Defense Sector Legislation/Parliament ALA 8. Electoral Reform GOOD IDEAS COME FROM EVERYWHERE Top 5 topics and countries as shared by governments and civil society via the OGP blog TOP 5 TAGS TOP 5 COUNTRIES OGP bit. ly/0GPtag Brazil bit.ly/OGP-Brazl Open government bit.ly/-opengovt Ukraine bit.ly/OGP-Ukraine Transparency bit.lyl-transparency UK bit.ly/0GP-UK Open data bit.ly/-open-data South Africa bit.ly/0GP-SouthAfrica Civil Society Organisations bit.ly/clvil-soclety-orgs Mexico Open Government Blog blog.opengovpartnership.org bit.ly/OGP-Mexlco WHAT DOES OPEN GOVERNMENT MEAN TO YOU? Share your thoughts on Twitter with @opengovpart using the hashtag #opengov Filip Vagac, Plenipotentiary for the Development of Civil Society, Slovak Republic Joseph A. Meza, President's Office - Public Service and Good Governance, Tanzania "Open government is about engaging citizens in important debates in their country. It's about govemments being transparent and encouraging citizens to share their views on key issues." "Open government means that all people in a country have access to the government resources, which are being used to improve and develop the nation." Khaled Sellami, Special Adviser to Prime Minister, Tunisia Dario Wainer, Co-founder, Garage Lab, Argentina "Open government is about consulting with citizens and remaining account able to them. "Open government is an opportunity to integrate civil society and the electorate with government to solve economic and social problems." Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, UK Ginny Hunt, Politics and Public Sector, Google, US "Open government, for all countries, is about being transparent and sharing data. Public sector data does not belong to the government." "Open government means easily knowing who represents me, what they've done this week and how Í can talk to them about my priorities as a citizen." Open Government OGP website www.opengovpartnership.org/ OGP blog blog.opengovpartnership.org/ OGP Twitter twitter.com/opengovpart OGP YouTube www.youtube.com/user/0penGovPart OGP Facebook www.facebook.com/ÖpenGovernmentPartnership Partnership Design by www.richardscottdesign.co.uk

The Open Government Partnership's First Year

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