In recent years, Peru has progressed towards an Open State model, in which the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branches have adopted commitments regarding Open Government, and this paradigm has crossed all levels of government and autonomous agencies. This Fifth Action addresses commitments of the three powers of the State.
The plan's co-creation process had five stages: preparatory; understanding of problems; co-creation; validation of commitments; and approval and dissemination. In the first stage, topic choices, public consultation and identification of actors and preparation of diagnoses were made. In the problem understanding stage, problem discussion workshops and brainstorming workshops were held. In the third stage, commitment co-creation workshops were developed. In the commitment validation stage, the objective was for the entities in charge of the commitments to adapt them in the format established by OGP with deadlines and indicators. Finally, the approval and dissemination stage consisted of the preparation of reports that supported the approval of the plan.
Monitoring and evaluation:
National platform for monitoring commitments (no information)
Latest report of the Independent Reporting Mechanism (no information)
Transversal approach: access to information
Total commitments: 13
Subnational commitments: No
Open parliament commitments: Yes
Open justice commitments: Yes