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Found 10 records similar to Draft Commitments: Canada’s 2018-2020 National Action Plan on Open Government
This dataset includes qualitative and quantitative responses from 8212 participants in a 19-question questionnaire that was available via open.canada.ca from October 2017 to March 2018. The questionnaire was conducted as the first part of engagement leading to the creation of Canada’s 4th plan on open government. This is part of Canada’s membership in the Open Government Partnership.
This dataset consolidates quarterly progress (up to March 2019) for Canada’s 2018-2020 National Action Plan on Open Government
The Open Government Implementation Plan document describes the Public Service Commission of Canada’s (PSC) planned activities and deliverables.
This is the preliminary draft of the Open Government consultation plan for the 2020-22 National Action Plan. This document provides an overview of the approach the Open Government team plans to take for their upcoming consultations and includes the objectives, context, challenges, and proposed collaborators. This plan will continue to evolve and will serve as the foundation for how Canada’s 2020-2022 National Action Plan will be developed.
Canada’s first plan to the Open Government Partnership, after joining the OGP in 2011, set a direction for how Government manages and releases records and changed Canada’s open data portal, data.gc.ca, from a pilot into a permanent program. This Action Plan was structured along three streams of activity: open data, open information, and open dialogue.
The Department of Justice is proposing an Open Justice commitment be included in Canada’s 2020-2022 National Action Plan on Open Government. Access to justice and open government are mutually supportive. Access to justice is a fundamental value in Canada, critical to maintaining and strengthening the rule of law, confidence in the justice system and democracy. However, accessing justice, particularly for civil and family matters, can be difficult for a host of reasons.
Canada’s second Action Plan included the Directive on Open Government, which made it mandatory for federal government departments and agencies to maximize the release of data and information. This Plan also established commitments to collaborate with provinces, territories, and municipalities through Open Data Canada, with the private sector through the Open Data Exchange, and with the international community through Open Data for Development. 2014-16 also saw an expansion of Government of Canada work on open contracting and open financial data and information.
The Canadian Transportation Agency’s (CTA) Open Government Implementation Plan (OGIP) outlines the Agency’s plans to progressively comply with the Directive on Open Government by 2020, in accordance with the directive’s timeline. The Plan also describes the CTA activities that contribute to Canada’s Action Plan on Open Government 2014-16.
This dataset captures all of the metadata elements used to describe open datasets and open information assets published on open.canada.ca.
Justice Canada’s Open Government (OpenGov) Advisory Group is an internal advisory group that provides expert guidance and endorses the Department's open government initiatives. This internal advisory group reports annually to senior managers within the Department on their activities through a year in review report. These reports are now available to the public.