Open Government Partnership National Action Plan 2013 to 2015: mid-term assessment
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
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This is the final mid-term self-assessment of progress for the Open Government Partnership National Action Plan 2013 to 2015.
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This document self-assesses our progress 15 months into the 2-year action plan and reflects on how we're developing and implementing it.
To participate in the Open Government Partnership (OGP), the UK government must submit 2 annual self-assessment reports on our performance in fulfilling our OGP National Action Plan (NAP) commitments during the 2-year action plan cycle.
This mid-term self-assessment report evaluates our performance 15 months into implementing our second NAP. Progress updates, published on the OGP website, provide additional detail on meeting individual commitments. These updates have been drafted and agreed between government and interested civil society parties.
This self-assessment is open for consultation from 11 March to 23 March 2015. A final version of the self-assessment will be published and submitted to the OGP by the end of March 2015. The OGP’s independent reporting mechanism will use this material to conduct their own review, which is due for publication in the summer.
We will publish anonymised consultation responses alongside the final version of the self-assessment. If you do not wish to have your response published, please advise us when you respond.
See also the Open Government Partnership UK National Action Plan 2013 to 2015 and related progress data.