The main objective of the Committee is to articulate efforts between public entities at the national and territorial level with civil society organizations to co-create, implement, monitor and evaluate the Open State Action Plans. Currently, it is made up of 5 public entities at the national level, 1 public entity at the subnational level and 4 civil society organizations.
Its functions are:
1) Develop and implement the methodology for the design, monitoring and implementation of Action Plans.
2) Develop its own planning process and adjustments to the internal structure of the forum.
3) Articulate the proposals for commitments that meet the current or future requirements established by the Open Government Partnership.
4) Promote the active participation of civil society, academia, the private sector and other stakeholders in the design, monitoring and implementation of the Open State Agenda under the principles established by the Open Government Partnership.
5) Form and implement the support groups that are required.
6) Define proposals for the financial and institutional sustainability of the process, which will be the object of development of the IV Action Plan of the Committee.
7) Periodically report to the community the progress in the Action Plan.