The EITI's Open data policy was adopted in 2015 and has since been an important reference for implementing countries in their open data efforts. This has been further reinforced with the EITI Board's decision to encourage systematic disclosure.
The EITI invites stakeholders to comment on opportunities to improve the collection, dissemination and utilisation of EITI summary data.
A revised template is attached below for comment. Stakeholders are invited to comment on:
Does the template adequately address the challenges encountered with data collection, including user guidance and issues related to data standardisation? Does the template adequately incorporate new developments in EITI implementation, such as an increased focus on systematic disclosures and enabling project-level reporting?
EITI International Governance Review: Invitation to provide input
The final report related to the consultation can be found here
1. Invitation to provide input
The Board of the EITI has commissioned a consortium of consultants to carry out a Governance Review of the EITI at the global level. EITI stakeholders are invited to get in touch with lead consultant, Sefton Darby, for any input into the review. Views are welcome throughout July. Should you have any concerns / questions,
As part of the EITI Strategy Review a second consultation draft of the revised EITI Standard was issued 11 April 2013 (available below). Comments received from stakeholders are listed below.
As part of the EITI Strategy Review a first consultation draft of the revised EITI Standard was issued 14 March 2013 (available below). Comments received from stakeholders are listed below.
A consultation with implementing countries on contract transparency took place from 9 November 2012 – 11 January 2013. Find the documentation below.
The Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) undertook a strategic review to improve the EITI Standard. One of the proposals under discussion was whether the revised EITI Rules should require or encourage disclosure of contracts between governments and extractive companies, or simply note that implementing countries may wish to decide to do so.