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OGP Process: Government Self-Assessment

Participating governments must produce an End-of-term Self-Assessment Report. The report should focus on the final results of reforms completed in the action plan, consultation during implementation, and lessons learned.

The development of the End-of-term Self-Assessment Report should follow guidance established in the Participation and Co-creation Standards. Refer to the OGP Participation and Co-creation Toolkit for more information.

While the End-of-Term Self-Assessment Report can be written in the country’s official language, governments are required to submit an English translation to the OGP Support Unit.

You can refer to more information about developing a Self-Assessment Report and find a template in of the OGP Handbook (2019).

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