News 27th May 2015

Which are the highest priority commitments for the UK’s new OGP National Action Plan?

by Tim Hughes

Tim is coordinator of the UK Open Government Network.

Over the past six months the UK Open Government Network has collected over fifty ideas from civil society for commitments that should be included in the UK’s new National Action Plan. Next week we’re holding a strategy meeting on Thursday afternoon (1-5pm, full details below), at which we will be to begin to identify which areas are highest priority and refine the detail of our asks.

To kick start and inform that process, we invite you to rate and comment on the ideas collected in the Open Government Manifesto, by end of Wednesday 3rd June: www.opengovmanifesto.org.uk/ideas

To help you easily identify the ideas most relevant to you, we’ve been through and tagged them all. Clicking on the links below will take you to the relevant commitments.

You are still welcome to add additional ideas, but they must be submitted by end of Wednesday 3rd June to be considered at our meeting on Thursday 4th.
accountability
action plan
big data
budgets
campaigning
capacity building
charity
children
citizen engagement
citizens assembly
citizenship
civic space
civil society
co production
collaboration
community
companies
complaints
constitution
constitutional reform
consultation
contracts
corruption
data
data sharing
decision making
democracy
democratic engagement
devolved
digital
education
electoral reform
engagement
financial services
foi
fptp
guidance
housing
hr
information management
intelligence
intermediaries
investment
land ownership
language
lending data
lobbying
local
local government
London
minister
modelling
nalc
ogp
open data
open evidence
open modelling
open policy
parish council
parliament
participation
participatory budgeting
performance assessment
personal data
piloting
politics
public services
records management
scrutiny
security
skills
social media
statistics
surveillance
transparency
what works
workshop
young people

UK Open Government Network Strategy Discussion

Meeting of the UK Open Government Civil Society Network to discuss and agree our approach and priorities for engaging with the Government on the UK’s next Open Government Partnership National Action Plan.

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