This wiki was set up for the development of the OGP Australian Government National Action Plan (NAP). Please refer to the OGPau website for full information about the OGP and the current consultation.

EDIT 9 SEPTEMBER 2016 - Thank you for your interest in Australia's first National Action Plan to join the Open Government Partnership. The OGP team at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet has convened an Interim Working Group to lead the last phases of co-drafting the National Action Plan. The Plan will be considered by the Australian Government and submitted to the Open Government Partnership by the end of 2016.

For updates and current information, including potential commitments being discussed by the Interim Working Group (building on the suggestions made by stakeholders on this wiki and through other channels) and timeframes for this last phase of publication consultation, please visit the OGP Australia blog or get in touch via

EDIT 31ST MARCH 2016 - Today is the deadline for suggested actions. You are welcome, and we encourage you, to comment on actions suggested on this wiki but submissions are now closed. Any actions suggested as topics for discussion after today will not be considered in the development of this National Action Plan. This cut off date is necessary for us to collate suggestions, brief agencies about your ideas and prepare for the workshop. Those of you who have made a suggestion will receive an invitation to an all day workshop in Canberra on the 11th April to discuss suggested actions with agencies and work with them to co-create commitment templates to be considered for inclusion in the National Action Plan.

5-15 commitments will be developed based on these actions for Australia's first National Action Plan. To find out more about these requirements see:

  • Expand on your ideas to include your thoughts on what successful implementation of the idea would looks like, mechanisms to monitor and track progress, what organisations would be best placed to implement the idea, and your name as a proposer. Stage 3 of the OGPau consultation will include a workshop to really flesh out these details.
  • Discuss the pros, cons and details of your collective ideas.

You will need to create an account and enter the join code "DPJ74T9" which you can also do by clicking this link:

Please create an account to comment on actions on this wiki (to avoid spambots) or you can add comments to the discussion pages here or on the ogpau blog anonymously/pseudonymously. However, if you would like to be contacted about your suggestion you will need to provide an email address. You can also contribute feedback to our team directly through the contact page. Please note, this home page is locked for editing but all pages linked below are open for public contributions.

Warm regards,
The OGPau coordination team at the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

Current consultation stage content (Stage 2):

Feedback from previous consultation stages (still open to input):

More general feedback on the process and for future reference is collected here: