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Draft submission on the government’s new Anti-Corruption Strategy

5th August 2016

One of the commitments included in the 2016-18 Open Government Action Plan was to develop, in consultation with civil society, a new Anti-Corruption Strategy.  The government has started the process of developing that strategy.  The Open Government Network is preparing a submission to inform the strategy. Contribute via the GoogleDoc below. Available for comment until 19th August at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SPFFy_h1mahn2-EtMPL_H3I4CLiL20cNUXMplhT_Zwk/edit?usp=sharing


What does Brexit mean for open government?

2nd August 2016

On 21st July, members of the Open Government Network met to discuss what Brexit means for open government. Notes taken during the event can be found in the Google Doc below: Available at: bit.ly/BrexitOpenGov




Land Registry privatisation threatens open government – OGN responds to government consultation

26th May 2016

The Open Government Network has responded to the government’s consultation on moving Land Registry operations to the private sector urging it to reconsider its proposals, expressing concerns that privatisation would have a detrimental impact on transparency, civic participation and accountability on an issue of national importance. In summary: We consider that the economy would be best served through the…



Land Registry privatisation threatens open government – Support the OGN’s consultation submission

24th May 2016

Over the past month the Open Government Network has collaboratively drafted its submission to the government’s consultation on moving Land Registry operations to the private sector. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1A-3ckBTAAIWSwgpSTSD3IaPVWniLoeSd_eNJgrXgDc4/edit?usp=sharing Sign the submission! We’re now inviting individuals and organisations to sign up to the submission to show their support.  If you or your organisation can sign the submission,…