In March 2019, the Ministry of Public Administration (SFP), the National Institute for Transparency, Access to Information and Personal Data Protection (INAI) and the  Civil Society Organizations Core Group  (NOSC), resumed the national process of the Open Government Partnership in Mexico through the creation of a new coordination figure called the Steering Committee, which replaced  the Tripartite Technical Secretariat. The Steering Committee established the terms to begin the collaborative construction of the Fourth National Action Plan 2019-2021  before the Open Government Partnership and began the process with a public consultation (digital and in field).

Between May 24 and June 17, 2019, the Consultation for the creation of the 4th National Action Plan 2019-2021 was made available to the public. The consultation was structured around the 3 axes of the National Development Plan: 1) Justice and law compliance, 2) Well-being for all people and 3) Economic Development for Mexico. The consultation was designed to ensure that the commitments included in the new Action Plan contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):

In August 2019, with the systematization of the results of the public consultation, the six most voted topics were identified: eliminate corruption and lack of consequences to those who commit it, achieve peace and public safety, education of all levels for all people, have health services for all people, more and better employment opportunities and support rural development. The Government of Mexico has to work on the resolution of these identified priorities and to do so, the co-creation tables were developed around them: 

Fourth National Action Plan Creation Process

13 Commitments  (2019-2021)

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