MOPAN Personal Data Protection Notice
This notice provides information about the processing of personal data by MOPAN, consistent with the OECD’s Personal Data Protection Rules (Annex XII), to which MOPAN is bound to as an independent hosted entity.
MOPAN assesses the performance of multilateral organisations to support stakeholders accountability and engagement with those organisations, as well as to improve their performance.
The MOPAN Secretariat collects personal data from the external partners of the organisations we assess, including name, surname, email address, job title, and organisation. These data will support collection of evidence used in the performance assessment of multilateral organisations through a survey of those organisations’ external partners.
These data will be transmitted from the assessed organisations and from MOPAN Member country representatives to MOPAN for use by MOPAN staff and its contractors in the conduct of the surveys. In particular, contact information is used to send individualised invitations and reminders to participate.
The information collected through the survey, which focuses on perceptions about how the organisation performs in several areas, is only shared for analysis and presentation after being deidentified. Answers to the survey are strictly confidential.
Data collected may be retained to inform improvements to the survey process.
Individuals have the right to request access, rectification and erasure of their personal data. Individuals also have rights to object to data portability. To exercise these rights please contact email@example.com.
If you have further queries or complaints related to the processing of your personal data, please contact the Data Protection Officer. If you need further assistance in resolving claims related to personal data protection you can contact the Data Protection Commissioner.
 MOPAN is governed by a Steering Committee composed of representatives of all of its member countries. MOPAN is serviced by a permanent Secretariat hosted at the OECD and bound by its administrative rules, however it remains fully independent in implementing the programme of work decided by the Steering Committee.