Public companies are an important part of the operation of society. In addition, for their own public nature they must be exemplary in terms of transparency. For this reason we believe it is appropriate to make a radiography of the most relevant aspects related to the transparency of these public companies.
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.
Football is the sport par excellence in Spain, but many times we forget that sports clubs are also companies that must adjust to the legislation present in each country. In today’s article, we are going to see if Spanish football teams approve or suspend in terms of transparency.
All governments today should aim to be as transparent as possible. This, in some occasions (more than they should), is not fulfilled for many reasons, especially for lack of interest or means. We tell you what the most common problems are and what should be done to solve them.
The Transparency Law does not only affect Public Administrations. There are also other “obligated subjects”. Today we analyze the websites of one of them: the Catholic Church
Last week, we were discussing about the real meaning of Open Government concept, today, we want to go a step further analysing how a Open Government Portal works using as an example our Open Government Platform, OGoov.