Open Government Partnership Mid-term Progress Report
Open Government Partnership releases Mid-term Progress
Report on New Zealand's Open Government Efforts
today the Open Government Partnership is releasing its
Mid-term Progress Report on New Zealand's Open Government
Partnership National Action Plan 22016-2018. Findings
suggest that although NZ's second two-year action plan is
better than the first, it is not tackling New Zealand's big
open government issues.
Read about it in the attached
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