Papua New Guinea Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (PNGEITI)

Terms of Reference for the Redesigning of the PNGEITI website
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The EITI is built on the notion that natural resources such as oil, gas, metals and
minerals,belong to a country’s citizens. The EITI’s mission is to promote
understanding of natural resource management, strengthen public and
corporate governance and provide the data to inform greater
transparency and accountability in the extractives sector.
By becoming a member of the EITI, countries commit to disclose information
along the extractive industry value chain – from how extraction rights
(granting of mining and petroleum licences) are awarded, to how different
revenues streams make their way through to the Government and how they
benefit the public.
Through participation in the EITI process, 55 countries have agreed to a
common set of rulesgoverning what has to be disclosed and when – the EITI
Global Best Practice Standard. EITI countries disclose extensive amount of
data and information as required by the EITI Standard. The EITI Standard requires
that data is made available in accessible forms to all users.


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