Welcome to the Open Government Partnership Ireland website. The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is an initiative of 70 countries. It aims to secure concrete commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance. It is run by a steering committee composed of governments and civil society organisations.

On Wednesday 7th December the Irish Government published Ireland’s Open Government Partnership National Action Plan 2016-2018. This is available in PDF and Word formats.

The implementation of those commitments is now sufficiently advanced to report on progress and seek input on how the next steps in their implementation can have the most impact on achieving the OGP’s goals.

Reports on the implementation of each of the 15 commitments in the National Action Plan have been prepared. You can view and make submissions on these reports on the consultation portal.


 
  • Read Consultation Document OGP National Action Plan- Ireland.

Visit the Consultation Portal to learn about the full consultation process. You can make open submissions before the closing date of 11 July 2017, either online, in writing or by phone.

Visit the portal to make your online submission. The earlier you submit, the more people can benefit from your views and knowledge. You can save your submission, edit later and continue updating until the closing date.

This site hosts FAQs, resource links, links to social media sites where the consultation is being discussion. There is also an archive of information from the previous national action plan consultation.



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Update 3rd November 2016

The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (DPER) are today circulating the second draft National Action Plan (NAP) as a Memo to Government…