There is no doubt that COVID-19 has changed our perception of reality and the way we relate to it (professionally, socially, as a community, etc.). Open data comes to help us adopt new habits. We tell you how to do it.
Once again, the European Union publishes its Open Data Maturity Report, which assesses the situation of data openness in 32 countries of the continent. Among them, Spain is in the lead, a reason to be proud. We draw the most relevant conclusions from this report.
At a time when data openness and transparency are values that are highly demanded by citizens, the concept of Open Government becomes increasingly important. This has the objective that taxpayers help and collaborate in the creation and improvement of public services based on three main pillars: transparency, collaboration and citizen participation.
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. “
It is difficult to exaggerate the importance of open data to improve present and future societies, as well as the value of initiatives that proliferate around the world to consolidate their standards in order to achieve high goals. We analyzed the Open Data Barometer (OBD) report in its third edition.