Unlike previous OGP National Action Plans, the new action plan should be different, ambitious and have a transformative effect.
On the one hand, it is important for the commitments of the new action plan to set an example to other countries of the OGP community and, on the other hand, it is vital for the new OGP NAP commitments to have a significant effect on open government locally.
Below, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) presents recommendations for Georgia’s 2018-2020 Open Government Action Plan.
The Fifth Open Government Partnership Global Summit in Georgia Opened with a Discussion on Legislative Openness17.07.2018
Address of the Open Government Georgia's Forum Member NGOs to the Prime-Minister of Georgia13.07.2018
Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary Calls on the Government to Select the New Chief Prosecutor through New, Reformed Rules22.06.2018
The Constitutional Court did not Disclose Information about the Judge's Disciplinary Proceedings09.03.2018
Getting Serious (and Technical) About Procurement Corruption: The Transparent Public Procurement Rating Project04.12.2017