After one year of implementation of the Open Governmental Partnership (OGP) National Action Plan, as part of the EU-funded project “Advocacy for Open Government: Civil Society Agenda-Setting and Monitoring of country action plans”, targeting governments in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, through a common methodology addressing a common framework of Open Government, a mapping of government policy and capacity in Albania has been carried out by the Institute for Democracy and Mediation (IDM). In general, the report concludes that there seems to be a lack of awareness and understanding of the Open Government Partnership Initiative principles on both sides, from the government institutions/officials and the general public. Moreover, there appears to be confusion between an open and accountable government and the establishment of a digital government. Progress has been made on commitments referring to the establishment of web-pages and e-government processes but most of the other commitments in the Action Plan are either lacking assessment indicators or falling outside the OGP rationale. For the full report please follow this link.