Inclusiveness and transparency of intergovernmental and public consultations

This indicator measures the extent to which public integrity strategies are consistently developed in an inclusive and transparent manner. The methodology is based on a review of the regulatory framework for consultation processes and review of practice. National authorities are asked to provide reference to the applicable regulations and provide documentary evidence for consultation practices from public registers. The criteria below are based on the 2012 OECD Recommendation of the Council on Regulatory Policy and Governance and the United Nations Convention against Corruption.

Subindicators fulfilled per country

A minimum duration of at least 2 weeks for inter-institutional and public consultation period is established in legislation.

The public consultation portal contains the draft strategy, including all supporting relevant materials.

All public integrity strategies in force have undergone mandatory inter-institutional and public consultation processes.

At least one public integrity strategy has undergone an extended consultation process.

At least one key integrity body has been consulted and provided inputs through the regular inter-institutional or public consultation procedures to at least one of the existing public integrity strategies.

At least one non-state actor has been a member of a working group mandated to develop or amend public integrity strategies in force.

The public consultation portal contains a summary sheet for all draft strategies with responses to all submitted comments provided during the public consultation.