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The Open Government Partnership (OGP) Participatory Governance Cluster Framework

The OGP is a multilateral initiative that aims to secure concrete commitments from governments
to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to Enhance Citizen
strengthen governance. In the spirit of multi-stakeholder collaboration, OGP is overseen by a Participation
Steering Committee including representatives of governments and civil society organizations.

To become a member of OGP, participating countries must endorse a high-level Open


Government Declaration, deliver a country action plan devebped with public consultation, and Strengthen Mechanisms Enhance Capacities of
commit to independent reporting on their progress going forward. for Public Engagement Local Government Units

In a nutshell, OGP is a global effort to make governments better. It aims to secure concrete
commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and
harness new technologies to strengthen governance.
AREAS OF ENGAGEMENT LEVELS OF ENGAGEMENT DEGREES OF
Currently, the OGP has grown to 75 countries representing a third of the worlds population. And 1. Planning and 1. National ENGAGEMENT
to become a member of the OGP, participating countries must endorse a high-level Open Identification of 2. Regional 1. Inform
Government Declaration, deriver a country action plan developed with public consultation, and Programs 3. Local 2. Consult
commit to independent reporting on their progress going forward. 2. Budget Formulation a. Provincial 3. Involve
3. Policy-Making/ b. City / 4. Collaborate
As one of the eight (8) OGP founding members, and under the Duterte administration, the Legislation Municipality S. Empower
Philippines has remained firmly committed to OGP through various commitments and it is through 4. Program c. Barangay
these commitments to the Open Government principles that we have been able to lay strong Implementation
S. Performance
foundations for our governance reforms.
Monitoring
6. Program Evaluation
The Participatory Governance Cluster of the Cabinet (PGC)

After the political transition in May 2016, it is important to note that Executive Order No. 24, signed
in May 2017, has reorganized the Cabinet Cluster System. Under Section 9 of EO 24, good Policy/ Legislation Supporting Participatory Governance
governance and anti-corruption were recognized as cross-cuffing concems thus, were mandated
to be adopted as part of the policy frameworks of all clusters, resulting to the dissolution of the
Good Governance Cluster. As part of the reorganization of the Cabinet Cluster System, the
Participatory Governance Cluster was also created under Section 2 of E.O. No. 24.

The Participatory Governance Cluster is tasked to pursue the following: PGC and PH-OGP Good Governance Values
To enable public to understand, rationalize and implement national government
programs and projects based on area-specific realities; In crafting and updating PH-OGP National Action Plans and the PGC Performance and Projects
To strengthen consultation mechanisms to ensure effective implementation of Roadmap, the government subscribes to the following good governance principles/values:
programs and projects; and
To propose policies, programs and projects that would foster participatory governance
and build the capacities of local government units for such purpose.

It is the people from whom democratic Access to information Civic Participation


governments draw strength, and this
administration is no exception. That is why
we have to listen to the murmurings of the
people, feel their pulse. supply their needs,

and fortify their faith and trust in us whom
Public Accountability Technology and Innovation for
they elected to public office. openness and accountability
PH-OGP AND PGC MEMBERSHIP AND COMPOSITION OPEN GOVERNMENT MILESTONES UNDER THE DUTERTE ADMINISTRATION

In the spirit of multi-stakeholder collaboration, the PH-OGP efforts in the Philippines is overseen by a iNeetitrve Order No 02 s 20 I
Steering Committee. This multi-stakeholder group meets every quarter and guides the implementation
which operationallzes In the executive
and direction of the OGP at the local level. The Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Serves
as the Chair and Secretariat of the Committee. branch the people's constitutional
right to Information was Issued last
July 24, 2016, Just within a month after
the official assumption into office of
NON-GOVERNMENT President Duterte.This
supports the country's
national public feedback mechanism
commitment to pass
on government services, was
a Freedom of
launched in August 2016. This
1+;111NE Information Law.
supports the Philippines' OGP
Business Sectoi Academe commitment to improve public service
delivery through an effective feedback
and monitoring mechanism under the
• President Rodrigo Integrated Anti-Red Tape Program.
-• . Alit • s
It
OIL Duterte signed Executive
Order No.9 in December 2016,
ftit On October 2017, the
creating the
CM Society . Public Sector union, Governance an,111,, rr. —a feat that
Action and Response iS ' Office. no other, among the existing 52 ElTI
These new government units, that countries, has ever achieved
facilitate citizen empowerment and to date.
partidpation at different levels of
On the other hand, the PGC is co-chaired by DBM and the government, lead many of the
Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), Based on the results of the
with the following members: administration's efforts on participatory
Open Budget Survey (CBS)
governance. 2017 which was released on
The Executive Secretary January 30,2018, the I my, ,.
The Cabinet Secretary
Head, Presidential Management Staff
Secretary, Department of Budget and to
followed by lndone-
Management (DBM) reorganize the Cabinet Cluster System, and
sia(64), Jordan (63), Japan (60), then South
Secretary, Department of Justice (DOJ) create two new Cabinet Clusters: the Korea (60).
Secretary, Deparment of Finance (D0F) Infrastructure Development Cluster and
6. Secretary, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)
Secretary, National Economic and Development the Participatory Governance Cluster. This
Authority (NEDA) is in line with the President's key
Secretary, Presidential Communications pronouncements on restoring the people's
Operations Office (PC00) faith In government by better delivery of
Chair, Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
Presidential Adviser on Legislative Affairs public services and facilitating their
Lead Convenor, National Anti-Poverty Commission active involvement In
governance.
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