Open Government Partnership - What does Open Government mean to you?
Participation, transparency, accountability… What does open government mean to you?
As a part of the Open Government Partnership (OGP), Information Commissioner and NSW Open Data Advocate Elizabeth Tydd will take an active role along side other representatives of governments and civil society organisations to start the process for developing the next Open Government Partnership National Action Plan (2020-22).
The OGP are seeking your thoughts and ideas on what open government means to you. Please complete this short questionnaire, covering a range of OGP themes such as participation, accountability, transparency and digital engagement, so you can tell the OGP what matters to you.
Your input will help the OGP gain a better understanding of community attitudes to open government and the ideas and areas that to focus on as the OGP develops the next plan. Further information about the NAP3 development process will be available soon. You can find further information about previous action plans at the OGPAU website.
This is your chance to start shaping Australia’s Open Government priorities for the next two years so please tell the OGP what you think!