Mexico meets its 26 Commitments
of Open Government Partnership
Office of the Mexican Presidency
The results of Mexico’s 2013-2015 Action Plan were presented on September 17 as
part of its participation in the Open Government Partnership.
In conjunction with civil society and the National Institute
for Transparency, Access to Information and Personal Data Presentation (INAI), the results of the 2013-2015 Action Plan (PA2015),
made up of 26 commitments, were presented in public.
Thanks to the efforts of the Tripartite Technical Secretariat as the
highest decision-making organ of the Partnership in Mexico, all of the activities that civil society as a whole has established
in its working plans have been met.
The PA2015 was submitted on January 29, and its implementation was characterized by
key innovations that permitted the positive results obtained.
• A monitoring methodology for action plan commitments,
with which the work plans were drawn up with specific and clearly responsible activities by both civil society and the government,
• A public monitoring dash board (http://tablero.gobabiertomx.org/) was created to track the progress of each of the commitments, which has become an international best practice that is being
adopted by other countries such as Colombia, Paraguay and Guatemala, among others.
• Public presentations were made on
the progress of the commitments through which civil society and government reviewed the degree of compliance with the action
The good results of the Action Plan confirm Mexico’s commitment to the Open Government Partnership within
the context of its presidency in this international initiative, and in the run-up to the Global Partnership Summit to be held
in Mexico on October 27, 28 and 29.
Presidency of the Republic, Sep. 18, 2015, Mexico, DF; (edited) translation