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1 OPEN GOVERNMENT PARTNERSHIP ACTION PLAN MEXICO A renewed relationship between government and civil society

2 A NEW RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND CIVIL SOCIETY 2

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4 OPEN GOVERNMENT PARTNERSHIP IN MEXICO Members of the Tripartite Technical Secretariat (TTS) Alejandra Lagunes Soto Federal Government Representative National Digital Strategy Coordinator Office of the President Government of Mexico Gerardo Felipe Laveaga Rendón IFAI Representative Presiding Commissioner Federal Institute for Access to Information and Data Protection (IFAI) Haydeé Pérez Garrido Representative of Civil Society Organizations Coordinator of transparency and accountability for Fundar Center for Analysis and Research, A.C. Civil Society Coordinating Committee Artículo 19, CIDAC, Cultura Ecológica, GESOC, IMCO, Fundar, Social TIC y Transparencia Mexicana The Members of the TTS thank all public officials and members civil society who participated in the construction of this Plan and make a special acknowledgment to the following people for their work during its preparation: Julián Alfonso Olivas, Teresa Gómez del Campo, Alonso Cerdán, Moisés Rodríguez and Francisco Álvarez (Ministry of Public Service); Juan Pablo Guerrero and Tania Sánchez (IFAI); Ania Calderón and Guillermo Ruiz de Teresa (National Coordination for Digital Strategy); Isabel García (CCSC) and Ricardo Corona (IMCO); Ernesto Velasco and Henio Hoyo (Civicus). January 29,

5 Introduction Open Government is a new governance model which aims to transform the relationship between government and society to strengthen our democracy. It is about creating an ecosystem that positions the government as a platform for innovation. Open government is based on a culture of transparency, collaboration, participation and accountability that allows the creation of new enterprises and generation of solutions to public challenges that pertain to national development. Today, new technologies and access to information allow governments to become open and create major changes and opportunities that promote: economic growth, social inclusion, better public services, responsiveness and combat corruption. In Mexico, the Open Government Partnership has become a space for dialogue and exchange of ideas that allows the government- in collaboration with civil society- to take on commitments linked to the four 1 principles of Open Government and with the potential to transform people s quality of life. The Federal Government's commitment was made manifest from the first address given by the President of the Republic of Mexico, Mr. Enrique Peña Nieto, in which he proposed an Open Government, capable of listening to all voices in society. In October 2013, Mexico received the Co-Chair of the partnership along with Indonesia, thus taking the lead in promoting this important initiative and global responsibility. The lines of engagement for the Action Plan (PA15) were formulated under five major objectives to promote transparency and accountability to consolidate an Open Mexico: 1 These are: 1) Transparency and access to information, 2) Accountability, 3) Civic engagement and 4) Technology and innovation. Open government Declaration. Read more at: 5

6 Citizen-centered government Open and participatory budget Open Data for Development Citizenship empowerment and engagement Climate change and natural resource governance 6

7 Plan development process The Action Plan is the result of an open and collaborative process between civil society, academia, entrepreneurs, experts and government officials. The process of formulating the PA15 is evidence that the participation and collaboration of citizens in public affairs allows the identification of commitments to meet citizens' demands, aimed at generating impacts of high public value and potential to improve the conditions and quality of lives of Mexicans. The Action Plan was constructed based on a methodology 2 that ensured the participation and consensus of various sectors of society in dialogue with public officials. Thus, the commitments that make up the PA15 come from two sources. On one hand, 9 thematic working tables were assembled in which government officials, civil society organizations (CSOs) and stakeholders were convened to determine commitments in priority areas. Also, the Federal Government proactively generated project proposals, from which the TTS defined which would be incorporated into the Action Plan. Each working table identified two commitments, except for the Social Policy working table which concentrated the different proposals put forth into a single commitment. Of the proactive commitments of the Federal Government, nine were included. Thus, the PA15 is comprised of 26 commitments, which must be met in full by the end of October Commitments from the thematic working tables The topics of the working tables were defined by the Civil Society Coordinating Committee (CSCC), based on the one hand on an exercise that involved reflecting on and grouping the commitments proposed in the Expanded Action Plan (2012) and on the other, in identifying essential challenges to advance the issues of OGP. For each theme a team composed of three CSOs, one main and two jointly 2 This methodology is explained in detail in Annex 1. 7

8 , who would be in charge of providing timely follow up of the work derived. For each of the themes, a working table was assembled with the participation of 15 to 25 people, including specialists from various sectors such as academia, civil society, and public officials of the institutions involved. Proactive Commitments of the Federal Government The formulation of the proactive commitments by Federal Government required 17 sector leader departments and the Attorney General's Office to identify projects and programs that would strengthen the agenda for transparency, accountability, citizen engagement and public innovation with high public impact, visibility and potential to become international best practices. A total of 68 preliminary commitment proposals were received, of which the STT selected nine. Monitoring and evaluation The execution of the PA15 is guided by a methodology that includes monitoring and evaluation as well as the development of work plans for each of the commitments agreed between government officials and CSOs, who will establish targets and indicators for each semester. Work plans will be executed according to Format for Monitoring and Evaluation of PA15 which will include a public dashboard to present information on the progress of the commitments. The objective of this process is to ensure compliance with the commitments through continuous monitoring and tracking, and to create mechanisms for accountability and collaboration between the officials and Civil Society Organizations to incorporate improvements in the quality of these mechanisms. Thus, the present Action Plan contains the commitments 3 assumed by the Mexican government as part of the Open Government Partnership in order to strengthen democratic governance that contributes to the solution of the country s public problems and boosts national development, ensuring the inclusion of all Mexicans. 3 The wording of the commitments presented aims to communicate in an accessible way the public value and expected impact of compliance, so that citizens can identify the scope and opportunity represented by this Action Plan. The intention is to clarify each of the commitments in an ongoing process of dialogue and collaboration between government and civil society. The original wording of the commitments arising from the thematic tables can be found in Annex 3. 8

9 1 Citizen-centric government To promote greater transparency and accountability and improve access to public services and processes taking citizen needs as the starting point. Competitiveness and economic growth: 1. Gob.mx a one-stop shop for government procedures and services: To make Mexico more competitive by integrating and publishing the National Catalogue of State Procedures and Services which will allow citizens to access, conduct and assess public procedures and services from a single web access point, from anywhere at any time and from any device. Simplifying, optimizing and digitalizing the processes associated with these procedures lowers the distances and costs associated with their implementation. Reducing costs and time also positively impacts the economy and social development. It encourages the creation of new enterprises and, therefore new jobs. The government becomes the main facilitator and promoter of development, not its obstacle, generating mechanisms that effectively bring it closer to its citizens. 2. Clear and transparent regulation: Enable access to administrative decisions of regulatory bodies through information systems with the aim of disseminating commonly used standards. Thus, legal certainty is created, which will allow better conditions for investment and economic growth. 3. Accesibles Norms: Integrate a virtual platform including all current information about Mexican Official Norms, the process to create new norms including the members of national advisory committees and other participants, the procedures to comply with them and the entities for its implementation and monitoring. The design of this platform should be participatory and inclusive. 9

10 Justice and security: 4. Registration of detainees: Create and standardize a search and location registration system of detainees- through web, telephone or in person, and ensure that people have access to statistical data of arrests in the country, and the circumstances and causes of arrest, in a timely manner in accordance with the regulations. Thus, the government ensures its actions are in line with the presumption of innocence established in the constitutional reform of the Mexican criminal justice system. Having this information ensures that the government acts in this direction and provides tools for citizens to deal more effectively with the processes in the criminal justice system. 5. Missing persons database: Reorganize and operationalize the missing persons records based on the Missing Persons Register Law. Its development will have active participation from civil society. The base will include valuable statistical data and must identify the different sources and authorities that register such information in accordance with the regulations and with prior consent. The government will thereby implement better information mechanisms that allow coordinated actions between the three levels of government to ensure human rights of missing persons and their families. Social policy: 6. One single and open register of beneficiaries: Have a single, open and updated record of the beneficiaries of the federal government s social programs comprising the National Crusade Against Hunger that will provide accurate information on the identity and location of the population served by the Federal Government, without violating the guarantee of personal data protection. Establish a monitoring mechanism to ensure compliance with the criteria for compiling state and local government lists. This information will improve social policy actions by identifying the target population more accurately and ensure Mexicans in conditions of extreme poverty have the right to nourishment. 10

11 2 Open and participatory budget Promote actions that provide knowledge of where public funds are going, improve accountability and promote civic engagement in government spending. Public procurement: 7. Open Procurement: Promote greater transparency and participation in government procurement processes, by means of the Government Procurement System. The timely, updated, systematic publication of sufficient information on the compilation, awarding, implementation, compliance with and termination of public procurement contracts will make procurements more certain, competitive and fair.this will achieve more efficient use of public resources. 8. Intelligent spending: Assess and publish the progress of Federal Public Administration entities on their procurement processes. This information will improve both these processes and the accountability in public procurement. Budget transparency: 9. Open Spending: Build a public, open and interactive platform that allows people to know about and track public resource allocation and the results of federalized spending and public works, including technical justifications, the location and type of investment per project. The information must be available in open data and have accessible consultation mechanisms such as interactive georeferencing to a local level. For this, the system through which local governments report expenditures to the federation must be updated. 10. Open taxes: Develop an interactive platform for all taxpayers containing basic guidelines and useful information on their fiscal obligations. This will provide citizens with more elements to meet their obligations and assert their tax rights. 11

12 Federal Funds: 11. Open and participatory entrepreneurs fund: Ensure transparency in all phases of the process of fund delivery from the National Entrepreneurs Fund (formerly SMEs Fund), and enable digital tools to foster opportunities for dialogue and citizen engagement in the different calls for proposals from the Fund. Similarly, build a standardized system that provides information for companies to know the requirements for importing or exporting, paying taxes, obtaining funds from various federal government agencies, among others. Infrastructure: 12. Infrastructure for all: Ensure transparency and disseminate georeferenced information on infrastructure projects. This will allow stakeholders to track the development of the project. Enabling the timely detection of the exact points hindering a project will streamline its completion. This helps reduce construction time and costs, resulting in social benefits and better accountability. 13. Follow public works: Implement a digital system that uses indicators and alerts on the progress of public works for dissemination, evaluation and monitoring. It should include a catalog for each entity with all relevant information, from the planning to operating stage of the works. This system will encourage better monitoring and accountability processes by allowing citizens to make these queries. 12

13 3 Open data for development Establish a policy of openness regarding public information to enable greater transparency, improve public services, evidence-based decisionmaking and economic growth. Open Data: 14. National Open Data Policy Datos.gob.mx: Create and implement a national policy for the publication and use of open data that is clear, provides legal certainty, uses open and interoperable standards, that is guided by the principle of maximum publicity and considers the following: 1. Guidelines for publishing open data with the participation of experts in keeping with international best practices; 2. Means of public access to open data; 3. Feedback, participation and complaints mechanisms for the user community; 4. Initiatives to promote the use of data in society and government; 5. Guarantees of privacy for those who provide, use and reuse data. 15. Open Data Council: Establish a multidisciplinary advisory board with plural participation to verify compliance, propose improvements and participate in the implementation and evaluation of the national open data policy. Quality of life: 16. Highway system data: Promote open data on the Mexican highway system.this will catalyze the development of applications and services based on these data. In addition, we will seek to improve the "Trace your Route" application which will benefit Mexican citizens and foreign visitors as well as entrepreneurs and SMEs, who will have access to useful data to determine strategic routes for their travels. 13

14 17. Higher education data: Publish databases of the Under-Secretariat for Higher Education (SES), disaggregated by: enrollment, personnel, subsystem and training field by state. This seeks to provide citizens with information that provides knowledge about the situation of higher education in Mexico. 18. Data for a peaceful México: Publish bi-monthly statistical information from the Attorney General's Office to enable the citizens to know its action course for fighting crime. This should include: the types of crimes committed, their frequency, scene of the crime, total number of preliminary investigations divided by type of offense, number of previous investigations initiated in each of the cases, the number of mishaps, among others, as well as a map displaying the increase and decrease of crime in different areas of the country. 14

15 4 Citizenship empowerment and engagement Promote the ability of citizens to participate in public affairs hence transforming the relationship between government and society: Citizen Rights: 19. Democratization of scholarships, grants and government support for education: Increase the dissemination of scholarship options and ensure transparency in the awarding processes through the timely publication of the updated information. This will promote greater equity in the distribution of scholarships, allowing for greater democratization of access to education. Also, an information system that integrates the offer of scholarships in the education sector will ensure improvements in accountability and avoid duplication in granting, thereby making a more efficient use of public resources. 20. Public challenges: Develop a portal in which the institutions of the three levels of government can share public challenges they face. The objective is to solve these problems with the participation and collaboration of society by jointly promoting the best ideas. This also aims to democratize public spending and encourage innovation. 15

16 5 Natural resources governance Promote transparency and accountability in the management of natural resources to ensure that the revenues from the mining and hydrocarbon industries are used to generate social welfare. Also improve policy responses to climate change through the generation, analysis and openness of information and relevant data. Natural disaster response: 21. Transparent FONDEN - Reconstruccion.mx: Ensure that thresources allocated to restoration of the damages caused by natural disasters are exercised with strict standards of transparency and accountability. This through a comprehensive project of systematized information about primary care, rescue and reconstruction actions by the government in affected areas. This will allow citizens to monitor and ensure that public resources are used for the intended purposes. Energy and Extractive Industries: 22. Oil for the benefit of all: To promote greater transparency and accountability in the hydrocarbon sector so that the income from these resources are used for investment in health, education, infrastructure, social protection, among others; in short, to promote development and social welfare. The minimum goals are: Publish signed contracts with mining companies. Ensure that regulatory agencies and ministries publish timely and comprehensive reports of their operations, including revenues and projects. Apply standards of transparency and accountability to the state-owned enterprises and natural resource funds. Make a concerted effort to curb corruption, improve the rule of law and ensure respect for civil and political rights, including freedom of the press. 16

17 Expedite the adoption of international reporting standards for governments and businesses. 23. Mining for All: Promoting greater transparency and accountability in the mining sector to promote development and social welfare. The minimum goals are: Together with civil society, develop a diagnose of the existence, quality, accessibility, accuracy and gaps of geographic, statistic, socio- environmental, fiscal, financial and administrative data related to the mining industry. Based on the diagnosis, ensure access to timely information, with open data standards and within the current regulatory framework of November 2013 to October Jointly build proposals from government and civil society to remove barriers to transparency in the mining sector identified in the diagnosis of November 2013 to October Environment and climate change: 24. Evidence-based environmental care: Strengthen the information instruments and data on environment and climate change to improve decision making of public policy in this area. The aim is for statistical and geographical information as well as relevant indicators to function as regulatory tools as they provide knowledge about the environmental situation and its relation to society and the economy. Efforts will be made to ensure that access to this information is in open formats. 25. Participatory protection of the environment: Concentrate and provide citizens with information on environmental impact assessments, public consultation, information gathering and its results. These data should be published in open formats, permanently updated, accessible, appropriate and timely. The aim is that the informed population can participate before, during and after the process of environmental impact assessments. This includes the creation of tools to disseminate this information and promote the exercise of the right to participate in decision-making. 26. Adherence of Mexico to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative: Mexico has significant mining and oil resources. In order for its exploitation to contribute to national development, it is necessary to 17

18 guide its management to ensure it is environmentally sustainable and provides economic growth and welfare for the population. In this sense, efforts will be made to ensure the accession of Mexico in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). This is an international standard for ensuring transparency in the extractive sectors, with data ranging from production, income, details of grants and contracts, real beneficiaries of the tendering, operating or investing companies all the way to information related to the revenue the government receives from this sector and how it is used. 18

19 The STT is grateful to all public officials, members of academia and members of civil society who participated in the construction of this Plan: Agüeros González, José Victorino (SCT) Aguirre Álvarez, Rafael Javier (CAPUFE) Alamilla, Felipe (PEMEX) Alanís Gutiérrez, Silvia (CEDN, Presidencia) Alarcón, Jesús (IMCO) Alva Robles, A. David (SCT) Amerena Carswell, Alejandro (SENER) Ángulo, Mauricio (Tecnología Flock) Arellano Camacho, Juan Carlos (SHCP) Ariadna Piña, Paola (SEGOB) Arias Rodríguez, José Manuel (Asociación Ecológica Santo Tomás) Astete Flores, Luis (SPS) Ayala Cabrera, Raúl (SEGOB) Barquín Álvarez, Manuel (IIJ-UNAM) Baz, Verónica (CIDAC) Bohórquez, Eduardo (Transparencia Mexicana) Bohórquez, Eduardo (Transparencia Mexicana) Bonilla Muñoz, Alejandro (SPS) Bonilla, Alejandro (SPS) Borbolla Moreno, Laura (PGR) Bustillos Roqueñí, Jorge (Consultor independiente) Cabrera, Ángel (SHCP) Calderón Mariscal, Ania (CEDN, Presidencia) Campero, Claudia (Food & Water Watch) Cancino, Marco (Inteligencia Pública) Cancino, Ricardo (SPS) Cancino,Marco (Inteligencia Pública) Cantú, Silvano (consultor independiente en Derechos Humanos) Carrasco, Raúl (CNEC) Casanueva, Juan Manuel (SocialTIC) Castillo Blanco, Gloria Olimpia (Comunicación y Educación Ambiental) Castro, Almendra (SALUD) Cejudo, Guillermo (CIDE) Cervera, Luis Ernesto (COLEF) Chávez Fierro, Alfonso (SHCP) Cokelet, Ben (PODER) Contreras Ceja, Raúl de Jesús (SEMARNAT) 19

20 Contreras López, César Iván (Procuraduría de la Defensa del Contribuyente) Corona, Ricardo (IMCO) Cortés Reveles, Ivan Rodolfo (SEDESOL) Cortina Fossas, Francisco (SHCP) Cravioto, Francisco (Fundar) Cruz Solorza, Octavio (SCT) Dantus, Marcus (Wayra) Dávila Pérez, Javier (SPS) De la Fuente, Aroa (Fundar) De la Garza, Thania (CONEVAL) De la Mora, Diego (Fundar) De la Torre, Rodolfo (PNUD) Delgado, Bernardo (SE) Diez Gargari, Rodrigo (Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow) Domínguez Sagols, Antonio (PEMEX) Echegoyen López, Mónica (SEMARNAT) Ernie Orozco, Oscar (SEDESOL) Escamilla Cano, Alma (SEMARNAT) Estrado Barranco, José Luis (SHCP) Fernández, Marco (México Evalúa) Fernández, Marco Antonio (México Evalúa) Festinher Arias, Noemí Olaya (SEGOB) Fierro, Alejandro (SEDESOL) Flores, Javier (SENER) Funes Maderey, Ignacio Edmundo (SCT) Galindo, Carlos Alberto (TSOOL Desarrollo Interamericano) Galván, Pedro (Software Gurú) Gamboa Dardón, Joshua (CNH) García Sais, Fernando (Oficina de la Presidencia) Garzón, Úrsula (CEMDA) González Chávez, Isabel (PGR) González Manrique, Hugo (SEMARNAT) González Navarro, Carlos Alberto (SHCP) González Rodríguez, Carla Gabriela (CNH) González Tiburcio, Enrique (SEDESOL) González, Alejandro (GESOC) González, Alejandro (GESOC) González, Arminda Rocío (INADEM, SE) González, Edgar (PNUD) González, María Ana (SEMARNAT) González, Mariana (Fundar) 20

21 Granados Nieto, Juan Edmundo (SPS) Grunstein, Miriam (CIDE) Guadarrama, Manuel (IMCO) Guerrero, Juan Pablo (IFAI) Hernández Licona, Gonzalo (CONEVAL) Hernández Silva, Salvador (SEMARNAT) Herrasti, Alberto (Oficina de la Presidencia de la República) Hope, Alejandro (IMCO) Huerta López, Francisco Javier (SCT) Hurtado Cárdenas, Marines (SEMARNAT) Jiménez, Luis Rey (SE) Kaiser, Max (EGAP Gobierno y Política Pública del Tecnológico de Monterrey) Lautos, Susana (PEMEX) Lavielle, Briseida (Fundar) León, Miguel Ángel (BUAP) Llano Vázquez Prada, Manuel (Conservación Humana) Llano, Manuel (Consultor independiente) López López, Sofía (PGR) López Menéndez, Sergio (SEDESOL) López Portillo Tostado, Fernando (SE) López Victoriano, David (SE) Luevano Barreto, Ricardo (Artículo 19) Luévano, Ricardo (Artículo 19) Luna Ríos, José de Jesús (SCT) Maldonado Gutiérrez, Leopoldo (Artículo 19) Maldonado, Claudia (CLEAR) Marbán Malpica, Ciro (CAPUFE) Márquez Blas, Ricardo (SEGOB) Martínez Mancilla, Yolanda (SPS) Martínez, Antonio (Artículo 19) Martínez, Felipe de Jesús (SHCP) Mejía Martínez del Campo, José Ángel (SHCP) Mejía Pichardo, Hugo Antonio (SCT) Mendoza, Marzala (SE) Meneses Larios, Pedro (SENER) Monárrez, Julia E. (COLEF) Montalvo, Vania (Transparencia Mexicana) Montalvo, Vania (Transparencia Mexicana) Montero Rojas, José Alfredo (SPS) Montiel, María José (IMCO). Mora, Patricia (SE) 21

22 Morales Dorantes, Juan Félix (PGR) Morales Elizondo, Consuelo (CADHAC) Moreno Herrera, Roberto (SHCP) Moreno Herrera, Roberto (SHCP) Moreno, Ana Lilia (CIDAC) Moreno, Ana Lilia (CIDAC) Moreno, Ana Lilia (CIDAC) Negrete, Pablo (SCT) Niño, Gabriela (CEMDA) Ochoa Sánchez, Miryam Noemí (SE) Ochoa Selinger, Jenny (SCT) Olivar, Sergio (Universidad Panamericana) Olvera, Beatriz (Greenpeace) Oñate, Alfonso (IFAI) Orozco, Marissa (Noriega y Escobedo Abogados) Ortega, Mario Miguel (PGR) Palacios Monroy, Manuel (PGR) Palacios Prieto, Jana (IMCO) Palacios, Paola (Transparencia Mexicana) Patargo, Sandra (Transparencia Mexicana) Patiño, Carlos (SCT) Pérez Díaz, Elías (SHCP) Pérez, Gabriela (Universidad Iberoamericana) Pinal, Verónica (SALUD) Pineda, Leticia (CEMDA) Pisanty, Alejandro (Board de Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers-ICANN) Polo Pérez, Abraham Antonio (SPS) Ponce Nava, Diana (Consultora Independiente) Rafael Ch (CIDAC) Ramírez Baena, Raúl (CCDHBC) Ramírez, Federico (Fundar) Ramos Herrera, Alfa María (SEMARNAT) Rascón, Alejandra (Transparencia Mexicana) Reyes Fernández, José Alberto (SCT) Reyes, Filiberto (PEMEX) Rivera del Paso, Lorena (SHCP) Rivero del Paso, Lorena (SHCP) Rodríguez Ortega, César (SEMARNAT) Rojas, Dolores (Heinrich Böll) Roldán Xopa, José (CIDE) Roldán Xopa, José (CIDE) 22

23 Ruelas, Ana Cristina (Artículo 19) Ruiz de Teresa, Guillermo (CEDN, Presidencia) Sáenz Andujo, Jaqueline (Fundar) Sánchez, León Felipe (Creative Commons México) Sánchez, Paulina (CIDAC) Severino, Tomás (Cultura Ecológica) Silos Basurto, José E. (INVEX Infraestructura) Silva, Mario (Colectivo Jalisco) Soto, Jorge (CEDN, Presidencia) Suárez Coello, Pablo (SCT) Suárez Prado, Gonzalo (SEGOB) Toriz Monroy, Miriam Patricia (SPS) Torres Vargas, José Antonio (SALUD) Trejo de la Luz, América Elizabeth (SCT) Valdéz, Angélica (SE) Velasco, Ernesto (Civicus) Vera, Carlos (PGR) Villarreal, Héctor (CIEP) Viñas, Luz Elvira (PGR) Wilhelmy Preciado, Rodolfo (CEDN, Presidencia) 23

24 ANNEXES Annex 1. Methodology for the construction of the PA15 On April , at a meeting chaired by Julián Alfonso Olivas Ugalde, Undersecretary for Administrative Responsibilities and Public Procurement and Head of the Secretariat of Public Service(SPS), with the presence of IFAI President Commissioner Gerardo Rendón Laveaga, and eight representatives of the CCSC, the process of developing the Action Plan was formally launched. At that meeting, the STT was confirmed as the permanent, institutional decision-making space for the OGP in Mexico and it was agreed that it would be the body for conducting the process for the preparation of the PA15. In order to define the methodology for preparing the PA15, the STT analyzed the results and lessons learned from the first phase of the OGP in Mexico and the action plans and models of different countries for its construction. Based on these analyses and the weighting of the positive and negative elements of each model, the characteristics of the PA15 and the methodology for its construction were defined [1]. The STT agreed that the PA15 would consist of a limited number of strategic commitments, oriented towards generating outcomes and impacts with high public value and the potential to transform people s conditions and quality of life. It was also agreed that all commitments should contribute to the fulfillment of the principles and challenges posed by the Partnership. It was agreed that the PA15 commitments would come from two sources. Half would be produced by nine thematic panels, in which government officials, experts and stakeholders would be invited to determine commitments in priority areas. The other half would consist of transparency, accountability, civic participation and high impact e-government initiatives proposed by the Federal Government, which would be submitted to CSOs for support and monitoring. 24

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