Shortly before the end of the year, we already know the results of the study on the maturity of Open Data in the European Union. We analyze in what general situation the continent is and where is Spain in this Open Data map. Will we have reasons to celebrate this Christmas? The European Data Portal […]
Accessibility of citizens to public data has always been a constant in terms of the rights demanded by the population to the different governments of each country, always speaking in terms of democracy. Today we talk about the adaptation to the Spanish regulations of CKAN.
As is well known, open data can be of great help to create both social and economic value. Among other fields of application, they are revealed as a great resource to do so in many different politics areas in order to promote sustainable development, that is why today we treat open data as a basis […]
“It’s frustrating to see virtually no improvement since last year, and some of the first leaders turn their backs on the open agenda. This lack of progress is a missed opportunity for governments to be transparent with citizens and regain confidence. However, with some relatively simple steps, governments could drastically improve their scores. “
As we already anticipated last week, we wanted to take a look at the status of Open Data in Latin America, a constantly changing sector, which continues to advance, eventhough in a very uneven way.
As a common denominator in most of the commitments made in the Open Government Alliance (OGP), we find a progressive development of open data portals and catalogs, and the LATAM region is not an exception. That is why we want to analyze the situation of Open Data in Latin America.