Open data readiness assessment Ukraine

09 Aug 2017
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It is widely believed that Open Government Data (OGD) policies can lead to greater transparency, accountability and citizens engagement. It is also believed that they can foster government efficiency, better public service delivery and better policy by evidence-based decision-making. This can not only help realise the Sustainable Development Goals and leverage Good Governance, but also save tax money and ensure efficient use of public resources. In addition to these benefits, OGD might unwheel potentials for innovation, creation of jobs and economic growth. There are many case studies from around the world that provide evidence proving the above mentioned assumptions are realistic. This report aims to explore these assumptions in the context of Ukraine, by analysing the local conditions and circumstances.

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