Open Up Guide: Using Open Data to Combat Corruption

This practical resource identifies priority datasets, open standards and open data use-cases that governments, civil society and other stakeholders can focus on to tackle corruption at all levels and to respond to increasingly complex corruption networks.

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Document type Archived web content
Language of document
  • English
Topics Anti-corruption
Geographic area (spatial range)
  • Global
Copyright No
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https://open-data-charter.gitbook.io/open-up-guide-using-open-data-to-combat-corruption/

Version / Edition 2.0
License Creative Commons Attribution
Contact

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Author (corporate) Open Data Charter
Co-author (individual) Tim Davies, Maria Zilli, Zainab Harrak, Eduardo Bohórquez, Piper Hart, Karolis Granickas, Lindsey Marchessault, Ania Calderón, Enrique Zapata, Fabrizio Scrollini
Co-author (coorporate) Open Contracting Partnership, Open Data & Transparencia Mexicana
Publisher Open Contracting Partnership
Publication date 2018
Keywords Anti-Corruption Open Up Guide,Role of open data,Anti-corruption strategies and cycle,Type of dataset,Open Contracting Partnership
Date uploaded June 30, 2020, 03:27 (UTC)
Date modified July 2, 2020, 05:56 (UTC)