Glasgow's Open Government Partnership (OGP) Local Programme membership was announced on 20 October 2020.
As a new member, Glasgow will work with local civil society organisations and other OGP members to advance the open government agenda locally and transform the way the government serves its citizens.
OGP Local Programme membership provides the city with an opportunity to learn from OGP members at the national and local level to advance the open government movement.
Further information and updates on the commitments made as part of our Action Plan are available in the following sections.
An update on the recommendations for a new model of Area Partnerships and Citizens' Panels was taken to the Glasgow Community Planning Partnership (GCPP) Strategic Partnership in December 2021.
Information and updates on this commitment will be made available when they are ready.
Information contained on Glasgow's Open Data Hub.
A campaign to highlight the benefits of greater and easier access to data was launched by Glasgow City Council to help partners and colleagues engage with this commitment.
Find out more about the OGP, its work and what members are doing in different parts of the world on their YouTube channel.
As our membership of the Open Government Partnership develops we will provide further information and details about the work being undertaken.