In series:OECD Digital Government Studiesview more titles
Published on September 25, 2015
|Foreword and acknowledgements|
|Assessment and recommendations|
|Building a common and coherent strategy for open government data in Poland|
|Establishing effective governance for Poland's national open government data strategy|
|Fostering a “can do” culture for open government data in Poland|
|Data as a cornerstone of government digital transformation|
|Results from the OECD Survey of Polish Government Institutions|
|open government data in Poland
||open government data|
Political vision, civil society advocacy and EU policy developments have aligned to create a positive environment in Poland for Open Government Data (OGD) initiatives. Starting from behind many OECD countries, progress in creating an OGD culture in Poland can be rapid but challenges must be overcome.
Poland and OGD today
Slides: Unlocking the value of government data
What is Open Government Data?
Open Government Data is a philosophy- and increasingly a set of policies - that promotes transparency, accountability and value creation by making government data available to all. Public bodies produce and commission huge quantities of data and information. By making their datasets available, public institutions become more transparent and accountable to citizens. By encouraging the use, reuse and free distribution of datasets, governments promote business creation and innovative, citizen-centric services.
OECD OURdata Index on Open Government Data
The OECD OURdata Index assesses governments’ efforts to implement open data in the three critical areas - Openness, Usefulness and Re-usability of government data.
Open Data: - The same as Open Government Data (OGD). The worldwide movement towards OGD objectives.