Attached below is the Dominican Republic's open data policy, published in December 2016.
Every EITI country must agree a clear policy on the access, release and re-use of EITI data (requirement 7.1.b of the EITI Standard
Dominican Republic: Opening as Consultant on institutional strengthening and transparency in the mining sector
This REoI is now closed.
The Inter-American Development Bank is hiring a fix-term consultant to provide technical support to institutional strengthening and transparency in the mining sector of the Dominican Republic.
Closing Date: Feb 4, 2017, 5:59:00 AM
To provide technical and logistical support to the Ministry of Energy and Mines of the Dominican Republic for the implementation of activities to strengthen their institutional capacities and the quality of the governance of their extractive sector,
Attached below is the Dominican Republic Decree creating the national EITI multi-stakeholder group, agreed in September 2016.
The EITI Standard mandates the government to establish a multistakeholder group to oversee the implementation of the EITI (requirement 1.4.a of the EITI Standard) and to consider establishing the legal basis of the group (requirement 1.4.a.iii of the EITI Standard
The EITI Board admits the Dominican Republic as an EITI candidate country on 23 February 2016. In accordance with the EITI Standard, the Dominican Republic is required to publish its first EITI Report within 18 months of becoming a candidate, i.e. by 23 August 2017. The Dominican Republic is required to publish an annual activity report for 2015 by 1 July 2016. Validation will commence within 2.5 years of becoming a candidate (by 23 August 2018).
Where: 32nd Board meeting in Lima, Peru
This is the Dominican Republic EITI 2015-2017 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).