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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…

Opening Justice

This collaborative guide is a collection of resources for reformers interested in advancing open government and expanding justice. It lays out model commitments, provides a state of play on the growth of the topic in OGP, and collects resources (partners,…

Open Letter on the Anti-Money Laundering Directive of the EU

European and global organisations call on governments to propose as part of 2018 country  National Action Plans (NAP) a commitment to establish an open register on beneficial ownership for companies and trusts in accordance with and going beyond the recently…

Eligibility Criteria & OGP Values Check Assessment

Updated June 1, 2018 In order to participate in OGP, governments must exhibit a demonstrated commitment to open government in four Core Eligibility areas, and pass the OGP Values Check outlined below. The Support Unit updates eligibility data in the…

When More Is More: Toward Higher Impact OGP Commitments

The Open Government Partnership is a learning organization. As a collection of governments, civil society, and multilateral partners, participants encourage each other to take ambitious commitments to open government. The reward for accomplishment is international and national recognition, and, in…

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