OECD Declaration on Public Sector Innovation: Adherence and endorsement

What is the OECD Declaration on Public Sector Innovation?

The OECD Declaration on Public Sector Innovation is an official OECD instrument that establishes five principles, and associated actions, that governments or public organisations can use to inform (or enhance) innovation and its management.

Governments can adhere to the OECD Declaration

Adherence to the OECD Declaration is open to entities that are capable of implementing an instrument (generally this means governments of OECD Members and non-Members countries).  The current list of adhering OECD members and non-members is available here in English or here in French. If your country is not currently an adherent, you can contact us to discuss possible avenues toward ‘adherence’. For interested governments, click here.

Organisations can endorse the OECD Declaration

Endorsement is open to interested organisations that may not have the capacity to implement an instrument but want to demonstrate their strong support for its principles and actions. It is always great to see which like-minded organisations are taking innovation seriously and we look forward to welcoming you into our broader network. For interested organisations, click here.