The Open Data Barometer — Leaders Edition, published today, finds that 10 years into the movement to make government data open, leading governments have opened fewer than 1 in 5 datasets. Today, we launched the Open Data Barometer — Leaders Edition, measuring how leading governments are performing, a decade into the movement to make government data available to the […]
Save the date: Open Data Barometer – Leaders Edition
This post is originally published by the Web Foundation. Mark your calendar! On September 20 the Web Foundation will launch the next version of our Open Data Barometer. Now in its fifth year, the Barometer is a measure of how governments publish and use open data for accountability, innovation and social impact. 2018 marks a decade of open data — […]
Indonesia and Open Data: Where is it headed?
How is Indonesia doing on open data? The country ranked 38 globally in the latest edition of our Open Data Barometer — which measures the prevalence and impact of open data around the world. That’s an improvement of two spaces since our last Barometer, driven in part by successful government collaboration with civil society to […]
Open Data Barometer: As citizens demand accountability, governments keep data locked away
With early open data leaders stalling, and 9 out of 10 datasets still not open, governments are missing an opportunity to win trust and engage with citizens through open data Today we launched the fourth edition of the Open Data Barometer, a global snapshot of how governments are using open data for accountability, innovation and […]
Open Data & the OGP Founding 8: Where Are They Now?
This post is originally published by the Web Foundation, in “Open Data & the OGP Founding 8: Where Are They Now?”, dated 6 December 2016. Image © Descrier descrier.co.uk, CC BY 2.0 Five years on from the founding of the Open Government Partnership, how are the original OGP members faring on the implementation of open data? […]
Indonesia moves up 16 ranks in the 2014 Open Data Barometer
Today, the World Wide Web Foundation has released the second edition of the Open Data Barometer. This 86-country study analyses global trends in open data, and provides a comparative view on countries and regions, using a blend of primary and secondary research data, with the aim of uncovering the true impact of open data around […]