Open Government Partnership – Australia
Engagement update - 1st March
OGP engagement update - 1st March by Amelia Loye engage2
It's a great honour to be supporting the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) to engage civil society in Open Government.
I have had a wonderful couple of weeks engaging with people and organisations across Australia to raise awareness about the project and encourage input into our National Action Plan. There are some really amazing things happening across our Country and each week I will share what I...
Submission from the Australian Open Government Network (AOGPN)
This is a full reproduction of a submission received from the Australian Open Government Network on February 2 2016.
Australian Open Government network
I am writing on behalf of the Steering Committee of the Australian Open Government Partnership Network (AOGPN).
The AOGPN was established in December 2015 as a coalition of individuals and organisations for the purpose of engaging with government in the development of Australia’s Open Government Partnership (OGP...
January update from the coordination team
Happy New Year! We hope you all had a safe and enjoyable holiday period. Our team took a short break to recoup and have now well and truly started 2016 by making significant headway on a number of priorities.
This week the Department engaged Amelia Loye from engage2 to assist us in designing and delivering the public and Civil Society engagement throughout Stage 2 (drafting and live events) and Stage 3 (Community Prioritisation and Workshop). Amelia is currently looking at strategies...
An update from the coordination team, and a reminder to contribute to Stage 2
I would like to thank all of the participants that joined us at the Open Government Partnership citizen information sessions held in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne last week. Your participation, enthusiasm and contribution to the development of the Australian Government’s National Action Plan (the Plan) is greatly appreciated.
As a result of the discussions at these face to face information sessions, we have created an email address (email@example.com) as an additional...
Consultation Stage 2: Commitments Drafting and Live Event
The second stage of the OGPau public consultation is about starting to flesh out the NAP skeleton document with ideas about possible commitments, success criteria, roles and responsibilities, mechanisms to monitor and track progress, and how we all go about creating a cohesive open government approach for Australia. This feedback will be collated and will feed into a draft NAP.
We have consolidated the feedback from Stage 1 including some early ideas for commitments into the publicly...