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Developing a narrative for the action plan

26th February 2013 – News, United Kingdom

Where: The Open Data Institute When: 15 February 2013 Introduction On Thursday, 15 February, the UK Open Government Partnership civil society network and Cabinet Office Transparency team met to discuss a narrative for the UK’s open government action plan. A number of working groups are currently working on developing particular commitments for the action plan,…


OGN briefing: UK Civil Society Network Vision for the Open Government Partnership

30th October 2012 –

Introduction On 11 October 2012, the UK Civil Society Network for the Open Government Partnership (OGP) met to discuss civil society priorities for open government. The network is an open and informal collection of organisations working across the breadth of open government at a national and international level. This document summarises our key priorities for…


Visions for a UK OGP Forum

14th June 2012 – Meeting notes, United Kingdom

As part of the OGP process, countries have to consult on their national action plans, and to “identify  a forum to enable regular multi-stakeholder consultation on OGP implementation—this can be an existing entity or a new one”.  The UK has not yet identified or established such a forum, but will need to do so over…


UK Action Plan 2011-13

1st September 2011 –

ENHANCING PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY THROUGH OPEN GOVERNMENT “We want to be the most open and transparent government in the world”, Prime Minister David Cameron (2010) Open Data and Transparency may be the most powerful levers of 21st century public policy. They present multiple opportunities offering benefit to the public sector, individuals, businesses and the UK…