In series:OECD Digital Government Studiesview more titles
Published on June 22, 2016
|Foreword and acknowledgements|
|Acronyms and abbreviations|
|Assessment and recommendations|
|Open government policy implementation in Mexico|
|Governance and policy framework for open data in Mexico|
|Fostering an organisational culture and ecosystem for open government data in Mexico|
|Creating a more dynamic open data ecosystem in Mexico for greater value co-creation|
|Open data at the local level in Mexico: Scaling up initiatives within and across levels of government|
Open Government Data
Open government data – machine-readable information made available to all by governments – can empower citizens and improve government accountability, integrity and public services. It can boost public trust by enabling citizens to audit policy results.
OECD OURdata Index on Open Government Data
Mexico ranks 10th on the OECD’s OURData Index and Mexico's National Open Data Policy has spawned a series of ambitious federal initiatives including a fully functional central open government data portal datos.gob.mx.
Data for the index is taken from member countries and focuses on government efforts to ensure public sector data availability and accessibility and to spur a greater re-use. The Index is based on OECD methodology and the guidelines of the G8 OGD Charter.