All Open Government Partnership countries are required to produce yearly Self-Assessment Reports in consultation with civil society. These reports ensure accountability and track progress towards realising Open Government commitments.
Australia’s first Midterm Self-Assessment Report will reflect on the process used to develop Australia’s first Open Government National Action Plan 2016-18 and the progress made in the subsequent eight months towards implementing our Open Government commitments. The Report will be based on the template in Chapter 7 of the OGP Government Point of Contact Manual, and address the OGP Participation and Co-Creation Standards.
The draft Midterm Self-Assessment Report is now open for a two-week public consultation period, running from Monday 4 to Sunday 17 September 2017. You can have your say on our draft Report by leaving a public comment on this webpage below within this period. We’ll then re-post comments and respond to them in the draft Report in real time.