Open Government Partnership Costa Rican Government’s new commitments Develop a Judiciary´s Open Government Policy



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Open Government Partnership

Costa Rican Government’s new commitments

  1. Develop a Judiciary´s Open Government Policy

COUNTRY

Costa Rica

TITLE OF COMMITMENT

Develop a Judiciary´s Open Government Policy

DESCRIPTION

The Supreme Court of Costa Rica will develop and enactment of commitments on judiciary openness.

Greater openness of the Judiciary enables citizens to engage more effectively in the justice administration by ensuring access to information about the judicial processes, as well as opportunities to influence judicial decisions and policies.

There are many opportunities to adopting new tools to engage citizens in judicial work, taking advantage of the benefits in information and communications technology.

These commitments will focus on engaging civil society in constructive partnerships on openness issues with the Judiciary offices all around the country.

For more information about this commitment please contact Cristina Rojas (crojasr@poder-judicial.go.cr) and Maikol Porras (maikol.porras@gobierno-digital.go.cr).




  1. Endorsement of the Open Contracting Global Principles

COUNTRY

Costa Rica

TITLE OF COMMITMENT

Endorsement of the Open Contracting Global Principles

DESCRIPTION

The government of Costa Rica considers that the Open Contracting Global Principles serve as a valuable blueprint on how to advance disclosure and participation around public contracting, at all stages of the contracting cycle.

In the context of the endorsement of the Open Contracting Global Principles, the government of Costa Rica expresses its commitment to continue building upon the progress that has already been made on open contracting. Therefore, Costa Rica will commit to routinely disclosing core classes of data about public contract and building capacity of stakeholders to disclose, understand, monitor and act upon contracting information.



For more information about this commitment please contact Ileana Palaco (ileana.palaco@gobierno-digital.go.cr) and Maikol Porras (maikol.porras@gobierno-digital.go.cr).


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