NAP Review 2015 Cohort Results
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PART A: NAP ImplementationArgentinaColombiaFinlandFranceHungaryIsraelLiberiaOverall
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To what extent have OGP commitments been clearly published for a national audience?2121021.33
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To what extent did the government proactively and transparently communicate who the government agency leading on the implementation of the action plan was, including their name, position, department/ministry, and contact details?1122121.5
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To what extent are there regular progress updates published on the delivery of commitments?0011020.67
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To what extent was there there a joint process put in place to review the consultation and engagement process by government and civil society?1122231.83
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To what extent does government consult on the progress of commitments?2121121.5
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To what extent is there ongoing outreach to foster participation in OGP?0030121
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To what extent is there an ongoing multi-stakeholder forum / steering group to coordinate the OGP process?2133132.17
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To what extent is there an ongoing joint process in place to monitor the progress of the implementation of the action plan?1021021
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To what extent is there ongoing collaboration between government officials and civil society on the implementation of commitments?1021131.33
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In your opinion, how would you judge the ongoing strength of the partnership between key government officials and engaged civil society organisations?0020020.67
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PART A: Overall33%16%70%40%22%76%43%
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PART B: NAP CreationArgentinaColombiaFinlandFranceHungaryIsraelLiberiaOverall
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To what extent did the government proactively and transparently communicate a timeline outlining the National Action Plan development process?12332122
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To what extent did the government proactively and transparently communicate who the OGP point of contact for developing the action plan was, including their name, position, department/ministry, and contact details?21331121.86
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To what extent did the government proactively and transparently communicate who the minister or senior official with accountability and final decision making responsibility for the action plan is?11230021.29
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To what extent were all documents relating to the National Action Plan published?11321121.57
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To what extent were all documents relating to the National Action Plan made available in the official national language(s)?32231122
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To what extent were progress updates proactively and transparently published in a regular and timely fashion?12221031.57
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To what extent did the government proactively and transparently communicate opportunities to be involved in the development of the National Action Plan?23332022.14
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To what extent was a public consultation of a suitable duration held on the action plan?12230031.57
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To what extent was the information that the government made available prior to the start of the public consultation process sufficient to understand how it would work12310021.29
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To what extent were inputs to the public consultation on the National Action Plan published?11110010.71
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To what extent was it communicated why inputs to the public consultation were or were not taken into account?02100020.71
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To what extent were there frequent meetings between civil society organisations and the government on the action plan?33231032.14
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To what extent were the details of meetings (i.e. date, time, venue, topic) widely publicised?20131031.43
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To what extent were opportunities provided for remote participation in meetings?20330021.43
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To what extent were any meetings or events held outside of the capital?03230121.57
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To what extent were minutes of meetings between civil society organisations and government on the National Action Plan published in an accessible place and format appropriate to local context?12100020.86
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To what extent did government make attempts to engage citizens and grassroots civil society groups in the National Action Plan consultation process?12220031.43
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To what extent was civil society free to self-organise?33233322.71
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To what extent were government officials open about the political feasibility of adopting a commitment?02211121.29
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To what extent was the OGP Point of Contact and other lead government officials willing to push for internal change?12232132
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To what extent was it communicated why inputs were or were not taken into account regarding specific commitments?03200021
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To what extent did civil society organisations have a significant level of involvement and influence in the development of the framing and narrative for the action plan?12211031.43
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To what extent did civil society organisations have involvement in the development of commitments for the action plan?12111031.29
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To what extent did civil society organisations have influence over which commitments were included in the action plan?02210031.14
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In your opinion, how would you judge the strength of the partnership between key government officials and engaged civil society organisations?03210021.14
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How would you rate the quality of the engagement process regarding the National Action Plan as compared to other experiences of civil society engagement by government?02222121.57
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PART B: Overall38%65%68%65%26%14%77%50%
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PART C: NAP QualityArgentinaColombiaFinlandFranceHungaryIsraelLiberiaOverall
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To what extent does the commitment describe the specific activity that will be undertaken?22.62.42.622.22.82.37
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To what extent does the commitment describe the problem it is trying to solve?2.402.42.81.42.42.82.03
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To what extent does the commitment include a breakdown of interim milestones and final deadlines?2.422.21.40.62.221.83
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To what extent does the commitment set out measurable and verifiable outputs and outcomes against which it can demonstrate fulfillment and improvement?1.81.61.6210.22.61.54
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To what extent does the commitment specify who has ownership and responsibility for its implementation?32.21.2112.832.03
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To what extent does the commitment specify all government, civil society, multilateral or private sector partners?21.42211.22.21.69
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To what extent do you consider the commitment to be sufficiently challenging?1.21.22.221.82.81.81.86
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If the commitment is related to a commitment from a previous NAP, do you consider it to be a significant improvement?0.81.61.621.212.81.57
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To what extent does the action plan match open government priorities identified by civil society?12211131.57
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In your opinion, how would you judge the extent to which the government is sincere in its commitment to being an open government?12220121.43
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To what extent are the broader plans and activities of government consistent with the principles of open government and contents of the action plan?01110030.86
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PART C: Overall52%50%59%54%30%49%78%53%
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