The Open Government team at Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat have released the draft “Mid-term Self-assessment on Open Government Action Plan 2014-2016,” seeking comments from “Canadian businesses, citizens, academia, and civil society.”
My initial read-through shows that the report is conservative with regards to the successes of the group, representing a very fair overview of the progress against the Action Plan.
I am particularly interested in following the progress on deliverable 6 of the Open Information Core Commitment:
Provide consolidated, searchable access to regulatory information from federal departments and agencies involved in regulatory activities
This aligns with my current interests with regard to accessibility and centrality of Canada’s regulatory information. Great work!