The Inter-Departmental Committee met on Wednesday 5 July 2017 to discuss recent developments including the new guidance for agencies delivering Australia’s Open Government National Action Plan commitments, the establishment of the Open Government Forum and the new OGP Australia website.
On Wednesday 5 July, the Department of the Prime Minister & Cabinet is bringing together government agencies delivering commitments under Australia’s first Open Government National Action Plan to discuss progress and next steps.
The Open Government Partnership Inter-Departmental Committee (IDC) met for the fourth time on Friday, 16 September 2016. Members were updated on the progress made by the Interim Working Group to co‑draft Australia’s first National Action Plan. In attendance were:
On Friday 19 August, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet convened the third meeting of the Inter-Departmental Committee (IDC) on the Open Government Partnership. The meeting provided members an update on Australia’s progress to join the Open Government Partnership, outlined the establishment of an Interim Working Group to co-draft Australia’s first National Action Plan, and asked agencies to provide views on the list of proposed commitments received through earlier consultations. In attendance were:
On Tuesday 5 April, the Government convened a second interdepartmental committee (IDC) meeting on the Open Government Partnership. The meeting covered the public submissions received to date, discussed attendance at the public workshop to be held on Monday 11 April, and talked more broadly about the Open Government Partnership process going forward, and how agencies will be involved. In attendance were:
On Wednesday 24 February, the Government furthered its internal Open Government Partnership consultations with an interdepartmental committee (IDC) meeting. The meeting covered the OGP organisation, our engagement to date and the requirements for developing a National Action Plan. The agencies we have engaged in this process include: