Action Plan

2012-2013 yrs

  • 2013 – Reform implemented in the field of access to information in Georgia ( Implementation of the Commitment on Proactive Disclosure of Public Information) was listed among the 7 most successful projects of partnership between government and civil society at the Annual OGP Summit in London

On 17 April 2013, Georgia presented to OGP an OGP Georgia Action Plan for 2012-2013 developed with civil society organizations, addressing the four challenges of OGP:

  • Improving Public Services
  • Increasing Public Integrity
  • More Effectively Managing Public Resources
  • Creating Safer Communities

Action Plan for 2012-2013 envisions 11 responsible agencies and 12 commitments relevant to the principles recognized by OGP – transparency, accountability, civic engagement and technology, and innovation.

The Action Plan was elaborated as a result of consultations with international and local NGOs, students, and academia. 

Public consultations set up to review the draft Action Plan were held in 6 cities: Telavi, Gori, Akhaltsikhe, Kutaisi, Batumi, and Tbilisi. The consultation meetings were hosted by schools and universities and for the most part, were attended by students and the academic community.