In order to promote the open government, the collaborative conference is an important platform for promoting public-private partnership and multi-stakeholder dialogue. After long-term operation, how to create appropriate collaboration issues through proposals, discussions, and voting, and transparently open government transparency, participation, accountability, and inclusion. The goals, the previous PO work to promote the meeting gradually formed a habit. In order to ensure the stability and stability of the operation, the principle is produced in the form of written rules for reference. However, its nature is not a real law. It is a working document that records the common experience. It is expected that users will continue to provide feedback during the practice verification to adjustment.
Regarding the selection of collaborative topics in open government collaborative meetings (hereinafter "collaborative topics"): the selection should be based on the principles of the collaborative topic having complex stakes, diverging views of multiple stakeholders, and enthusiastic public participation, which results in a need to interdepartmental collaboration.
Agencies (units) to propose collaborative topics：
The decision on collaborative topics:
Voting procedures in collaborative meetings:
Processing time of the collaborative meetings: This shall be discussed among the organizing agency and PDIS, and the collaborative meetings shall in principle be processed the month following the PO monthly meeting. Should the collaborative topic be decided by vote, the same organizing agency must not hold a second collaborative meeting within 45 days of the first, unless the organizing agency has approved so, lest other topics that have not been discussed in collaborative meetings be delayed in their processing.