The Georgian government has approved the 4th Open Government Georgia Action Plan, for high level governance in the country, the Georgian Justice Ministry says.
The action plan which has been drafted through the involvement of local and international organisations, includes 23 obligations for 21 state bodies.
To ensure large-scale public involvement in the drafting of the document, the Justice Ministry has held consultations with people of 13 towns of Georgia, to reveal the most challenging directions for governance,” the Justice Ministry says.
The ministry claims that the action plan responds to all the five challenges of the international initiative- the Open Government Partnership.
The five challenges are: improving of public service, raise of the good faith in the public sector, better management of public resources, creation of a safe environment and improvement of corporate responsibilities.