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Open Government Partnership Mid-Term Self-Assessment for the 2nd National Action Plan (2015-2017)


From: Ministry for Social Dialogue, Consumer Affairs and Civil Liberties​
​Published: 12 December 2016
​Running till: 26 December 2016
​Last Updated: 27December 2016
1.      Background
The Government of Malta is committed to the Open Government Partnership’s (OGP) principles of promoting transparency, empowering citizens, fighting corruption and harnessing new technologies. This commitment was formalised by the signing of the OGP in July 2011.
Malta submitted its first National Action Plan (NAP) in June 2012 for the period 2012-2014. The first NAP focused on two grand challenges, namely: ‘Creating Safer Communities’ and ‘Increasing Corporate Accountability’.
The second NAP was launched in June 2015, covering the period 2015-2017. It focuses on the following grand challenges, ‘Improving Public Services’ and ‘Increasing Public Integrity’. The two grand challenges were chosen in collaboration with civil society.
2.      Consultation questions
The Maltese Government has drawn up a Mid-term Self-Assessment Report and is inviting the public to view it and revert with any feedback, comments or suggestions with special focus on the following two questions:  
Question 1 – From your point of view, what could be done to further realise the aspirations of the grand challenges or improve their respective commitment/outcomes in Malta?
Question 2 - Are there any other approaches you believe the Government of Malta could or should adapt?
3.      Documents

 Self-Assessment Report - Mid-Term 2016 - Public Consultation.pdfSelf-Assessment Report - Mid-Term 2016 - Public Consultation.pdf

4.      Submission of input –
Submissions were sent in through the following channels:
By filling the online form
By email:
      By post:    22985319
All input towards this consultation were received by 26th December 2016.
We thank you for your input.
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