Read about New Zealand’s Fourth National Action Plan under the Open Government Partnership. National Action Plans are created out of ideas put forward by the public and civil society. These ideas are then developed into potential “commitments” by civil society, members of the public and government agencies. Citizen and community group involvement in each Plan’s development is the lifeblood of Open Government Partnership work.
New Zealand’s Fourth National Action Plan 2023-2024
New Zealand’s Fourth Open Government Partnership Fourth National Action Plan for 2023-24 has been released! Follow the links to read the Plan and the eight commitments, and a summary of the feedback received on the Plan.
Summary of Key Feedback received on Fourth NAP draft
Summary of Key Feedback received on Fourth NAP draft (HTML)
Part 1. Collation of public submissions received for Fourth NAP draft
Part 2. Collation of public submissions received for Fourth NAP draft
Media release: Open Government Fourth National Action Plan released
Key Actions to Date
OGP Report Back Event
Progress of the Fourth National Action Plan was reported at a public meeting in Wellington and via Zoom on 30 June 2023. View a recording of the event and the presentation slides here.
Consultation on draft Fourth National Action Plan
Consultation on New Zealand's draft Fourth Open Government Partnership National Action Plan was open for public consultation between 24 November and 12 December 2022, including via the Open Government Partnership Dialogue platform.
Joint report to the Minister for the Public Service
In 2021, a joint report to the Minister for the Public Service on potential focus areas for New Zealand’s fourth Open Government Partnership (OGP) National Action Plan was published on the Te Kawa Mataaho website. The advice was developed with our Expert Advisory Panel, civil society organisations, and a range of government agencies, and summarises the conclusions from our joint work.
Ideas for the Fourth National Action Plan
We’ve taken the ideas received (including from workshops) and added these to our ideas page. These ideas are sorted by the four high-level themes, as well as the source (such as a workshop, online or formal written submission).
Letter from the OGP: regarding New Zealand’s shift to the 2022 cohort for our fourth National Action Plan
In June 2021, we wrote to OGP to advise them of our intention to extend the development period for our next National Action Plan to mid-2022, joining the countries delivering Plans in 2022.
The reply to that letter, can be found here.
How can I have my say?
You can have your say by sending your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org or
Open Government Partnership Team
Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission
PO Box 329
Publication of Submissions and Feedback
Your submissions and feedback to us on Open Government Partnership, including draft Plans, will be made public for others to be informed about, subject to all the laws that govern information that is held by, and published to the public by, government.
We publish all submissions on National Action Plans on this website taking into account our monitoring policy and any applicable legal constraints.
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