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Frequently Asked Questions
OGP Programm

The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is a multilateral initiative to foster greater transparency and accountability, improve governance, and increase civic engagement. OGP members are expected to develop action plans to be implemented over a two-year period. Plans must advance the principles of transparency, accountability, citizen participation, and technology and innovation. The OGP also expects sub-national

OGP Process

The OGP process is founded on the theory that it provides a platform where three main actors operate and that when these actors play their roles effectively, it will result in improved dialogue and relationships among its stakeholders, and change institutional processes and norms towards openness – ultimately leading to more ambitious open government reforms

In view of the principles of OGP aimed at ensuring openness through implementation of transparent policies and programmes that will positively impact on the lives of the citizenry, the State deemed it necessary to provide a platform where the citizens would have free access to public information and documents. This will enable the citizens to
OGP Thematic Areas
OGP has 4 thematic areas and 14 commitments as follows: Fiscal Transparency Citizens Open Budget Open contracting Extractive sector transparency Fair and efficient tax system Ease of doing business Anti-Corruption Public register of beneficial owners of companies Information sharing and collaboration between law enforcement agencies and financial services regulations Assets recovery and confiscation powers Coordination
Mission & Strategy
OGP’s vision is that more governments become sustainably more transparent, more accountable, and more responsive to their own citizens, with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of governance, as well as the quality of services that citizens receive. This will require a shift in norms and culture to ensure genuine dialogue and collaboration between