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OUTCOMES OF THE OPEN GOVERNMENT FORUM MEETING 9 OCTOBER 2019

The Open Government Forum held its fourth meeting on 9 October in Canberra to seek agreement to a draft engaement and communications strategy for the develpment of NAP3. As part of this, an engagement mapping workshop was undertaken to help better indentify stakeholders and target audiences in the development and promotion of NAP3. Further detail about the outcomes of the meeting can be found in Papers and minutes.

OUTCOMES OF THE OPEN GOVERNMENT FORUM MEETING 16 AUGUST 2019

The Open Government Forum held its third meeting on 16 August in Canberra to discuss initial commitment ideas for the third national action plan as well as a draft consultation process and timeline for developing the new Plan. Further detail about the outcomes of the meeting can be found in Papers and minutes. The next meeting of the Forum is scheduled for 9 October 2019. 

OUTCOMES OF THE OPEN GOVERNMENT FORUM MEETING 20 JUNE 2019

The Open Government Forum held its second meeting on 20 June 2019 in Melbourne to consider progress of the National Action Plans and to begin discussions on development and planning of our third national action plan. Further detail about the outcomes of the meeting can be found in the Papers and minutes. The next meeting of the Forum is scheduled for Q3 2019. 

Membership of Australia's next Open Government Forum now finalised

After an extensive selection process, the membership of Australia's next Open Government Forum has now been finalised. Learn more about the composition of the new Forum as well as the Forum's updated Terms of Reference.

Thank you to all those who showed interest and nominated for the Forum. Congratulations and good luck to all our successful candidates in this next, exciting stage of the Forum and the Open Government Partnership.

Nominations for Australia’s next Open Government Forum now open

Nominations are now being sought from individuals to fill civil society positions on Australia’s next Open Government Forum (OGF), for the period 2018-20.  Nominations will remain open until Friday 12 October 2018

We are seeking nominations from members of the public who have an interest in open government, transparency, public engagement, open data, innovation and anti-corruption to fill positions on Australia’s OGF.  

As an OGF member, you will work collectively with other civil society and government Forum members to:  

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