What’s in the New National Action Plans? (Dec 2016)
The biennial development and implementation of NAPs is at the core of the OGP model. Since the start of 2015, 49 countries submitted new plans containing over 800 commitments. Given that government and civil society actors develop each plan according to the country context, the OGP platform addresses a variety of issue areas. This briefing paper highlights reforms in the 2015 and 2016 NAPs. It also analyzes emerging thematic focuses that are gaining traction within the OGP community and that have the potential to respond to citizen concerns about open government. Read What’s in the New OGP National Action Plans?
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