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The OECD A Partner in Open Government Reforms
Implementing Open Government reforms with the OECD means: 
Responding to the demands of citizens and business for transpa...
Reforming the public administration is a challenging task. 
The OECD is ready to support countries on their path to Open G...
QUICK FACTS 
History established in 1961 
Headquarters Paris, France 
Membership 34 countries 
Budget EUR 347 million 
Sec...
The OECD approach 
OECD Standards: guiding the implementation of reforms according to best practice 
The nature of the OEC...
The table below provides an overview of OECD knowledge, framework and instruments in areas relevant to Open Government ref...
The OECD is using OGAF in order to provide beneficiary countries with: 
•Analyses of country efforts to promote open gover...
The OECD supports the OGP 
Meet the Criteria 
Develop an Action Plan 
Implement the Action Plan 
Submit to an Evaluation 
...
The OECD supports Open Government principles worldwide 
Supporting countries worldwide to implement open government polici...
Contact us: 
Mr. Alessandro Bellantoni 
Project Manager 
Public Governance Reviews and Partnerships 
Directorate for Publi...
The OECD A Partner in Open Government Reforms
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The OECD A Partner in Open Government Reforms

  1. 1. The OECD A Partner in Open Government Reforms
  2. 2. Implementing Open Government reforms with the OECD means: Responding to the demands of citizens and business for transparency; Modernising national public administrations for better services; Fostering sustainable socio-economic development; Having access to international good practices. Citizens around the world are asking to play a more active role in the design and implement of public policies. Equally, governments are responding to this call worldwide by engaging with their constituencies in new and innovative ways. The Open Government Partnership was set up to encourage this process and build a forum for governments and civil society to exchange ideas and demands. In particular, joining the Open Government Partnership and implementing open government policies aim to achieve:  Citizen Participation  Transparency  Accountability  Integrity Essential ingredients for inclusive growth and sustainable development. A Partner in Open Government Reforms
  3. 3. Reforming the public administration is a challenging task. The OECD is ready to support countries on their path to Open Government with:  Access to international policy instruments and standards;  Tailored policy analyses and recommendations;  Policy dialogue and knowledge exchange among peers;  Capacity building and assistance to implementation. A Partner in Open Government Reforms
  4. 4. QUICK FACTS History established in 1961 Headquarters Paris, France Membership 34 countries Budget EUR 347 million Secretary-General Angel Gurría The OECD Mission: promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people provide a forum for governments to share experience and work together analyze and compare data to predict future trends set international standards on policies recommend better policies also work with business, trade unions and civil society The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  5. 5. The OECD approach OECD Standards: guiding the implementation of reforms according to best practice The nature of the OECD as a global policy forum allows us to identify, assess, validate and consolidate best practice to develop Guiding Principles and Standards in support of country’s reforms efforts. These OECD tools are living instruments: by periodically assessing their implementation, our guiding principles and standards evolve in alignment with context and practice. The OECD Approach: a unique value proposition The OECD works with a unique value proposition: we integrate and align analytical work, consultation, assessment and benchmarking on integrity, transparency and accountability policies in a continuous business cycle. This allows the OECD to provide state of the art guiding principles, systemic analytical frameworks, solid implementation assessments and comparative, country driven, output and outcome oriented indicators in each of its policy areas. Moreover, the OECD is able to provide a systemic approach across the policy cycle (from design, to implementation, to assessing effectiveness). An integrated Methodological Approach:
  6. 6. The table below provides an overview of OECD knowledge, framework and instruments in areas relevant to Open Government reforms: The OECD expertise in Open Government Areas OECD Comparative Knowledge Base and Data OECD frameworks and instruments Public Governance Strategic Capacities of the State Institutional leadership and coordination Change Management Public Governance Reviews Network of Centres of Government Framework to promote “Making Reform Happen” OECD Open Government Project Access to Information and open data Comparative data on Freedom of Information Laws and proactive disclosure of information Laws and policy measures for open government Framework to assess Open Government Policies Guiding Principles on Open and Inclusive Policy-Making Framework to assess open data initiatives Public engagement Policy frameworks and practices to promote citizens participation Use of consultation in the Regulatory Impact Assessment process Handbook on Information, Consultation and Public Participation in Policy-Making MENA-OECD Practitioners’ guide for engaging stakeholders in the Rule-Making Process Integrity Conflict of Interest Disclosure Transparency in public procurement Transparency in Lobbying Principles for Transparency and Integrity in Lobbying Principles for Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement Guidelines for Managing Conflict of Interest in the Public Service Principles for Managing Ethics in the Public Service Public Sector use of ICTs E-government strategies Data on public sector ICT spending Framework to assess public sector use of ICT for openness, integrity, transparency; Public Sector Information accessibility and disclosure. Fiscal transparency Budget disclosures Transparency in the budget process Good Practices in budget transparency
  7. 7. The OECD is using OGAF in order to provide beneficiary countries with: •Analyses of country efforts to promote open government at the central level and across levels of government; •Policy recommendations in line with OECD instruments and good practices; •Capacity building and assistance to implementation. OECD Open Government Assessment Framework (OGAF)
  8. 8. The OECD supports the OGP Meet the Criteria Develop an Action Plan Implement the Action Plan Submit to an Evaluation The OGP cycle and how the OECD is supporting it: Support developing and implementing policies to meet the eligibility criteria Contribute to the development and implementation of the OGP action plan Review the results of the implementation of open government policies
  9. 9. The OECD supports Open Government principles worldwide Supporting countries worldwide to implement open government policies and join the OGP… Partners: … by providing policy advice and training on: •Whole-of-Government coordination •Citizens’ Participation and Access to Information •Integrity and Fight against Corruption •Transparent Budgeting •The use of e-government and open data LATIN AMERICA MENA SOUTH EAST ASIA Colombia Costa Rica Peru Brazil Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Palestinian Authority, Tunisia Indonesia, Myanmar OECD
  10. 10. Contact us: Mr. Alessandro Bellantoni Project Manager Public Governance Reviews and Partnerships Directorate for Public Governance and Territorial Development Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Tel.: +33 1 45 24 98 80, Cel. +33 6 1555 18 05 Email: alessandro.bellantoni@oecd.org

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