New Zealand’s Open Government Partnership self-assessment report
First National Action Plan 2014-2016
Draft: September 2016
This survey is now closed to submissions.
The State Services Commission (SSC) is the lead agency in delivering New Zealand's commitments to the International Open Government Partnership (OGP). SSC would like your feedback on this final OGP Self-assessment Report for progress on delivering on New Zealand's 1st National Action Plan 2014-2016.
You can either provide this feedback on specific sections or on the document overall by clicking on the feedback link on the left hand side of this page.
New Zealand's 2nd National Action Plan
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These pages are the OGPNZ Draft End Term Self-assessment Report. The original document is also provided in MS Word format (.doc 287KB) and portable document format (.pdf 674KB). The content is the same in all versions. These documents were updated on 15 September 2016.
In this section
This report provides the end-of-term self-assessment of New Zealand’s first National Action Plan as part of its membership in the Open Government Partnership (OGP). New Zealand submitted its first plan in October 2014 covering the period of 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2016.
Consultation during implementation
Better Public Services Results
Government Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Strategy
- ICT Strategy and Action Plan to 2017
- Action 13 / Action Area 4
National Integrity System
Kia Tūtahi (Standing Together) Relationship Accord
Lessons learnt, next steps, conclusion