This review covers
- Centre of Government co-ordination as a catalyst for open government
- Citizen engagement as a core open government practice
- Digital government as an enabler for open government
- Case study of open government in the health sector
Centre of Government co-ordination as a catalyst for open government
- Strengthen the strategic use of performance data, enhance capacity, streamline and engage.
- Develop a common vision of open government across state and non-state actors
- Increase the visibility of existing open government good practices and institutional champions.
Citizen engagement as a core open government practice
- Elaborate a common methodology to foster citizens’ participation
- Systematically report on the outcomes of consultation processes
- Disseminate open government principles and practices
- Promote a culture of civic engagement
Digital government as an enabler for open government
- Improve incentives as well as reviewing the allocation of executive powers
- Develop stronger monitoring, impact measurement and communication of digital government initiatives
- Expand the use of digital technologies to promote openness, transparency & accountability to fight corruption
- Communicate the political importance of "getting digital government right"
Case study on the healthcare sector
- Develop a strategy to promote open government throughout the sector
- Monitor and evaluate to share information with stakeholders and promote accountability
- Enhance the visibility of policy results
- Improve communication concerning the inter-connectedness of strategic plans
Key Findings & Recommendations
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OECD Public Governance Reviews