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Synpunkter till Öppna data-utredningen

Mycket inom öppna data i Sverige står på spel just nu. En av de viktigaste delarna är hur det nya EU-direktivet 2019/1024 om öppna data ska implementeras i svensk lag, vilket undersöks i en pågående Öppna data-utredning. Här är de synpunkter som skickades in till utredningen den 29 maj 2020 från nätverket Civic Tech Sweden […]

Sweden to adopt Ukraine’s procurement practices

April 21, 2020 – Sweden is working on a potential project to launch an online platform with open data on procurement. As part of the joint project, Transparency International Ukraine will share experience of launching the Prozorro system in Ukraine and engaging the public in monitoring as it has been done with the DOZORRO community. […]

In the midst of corruption scandals, Sweden stands without key data

March 19, 2020 – Sweden has no open datasets in key anti-corruption areas shows a study carried out by Open Knowledge Sweden. Sweden also ranks the lowest on open data release compared to other Nordic and Baltic countries, according to a report by the partner organisation Transparency International Latvia. Sweden is perceived as one of […]

Open data and the fight against corruption in Latvia, Sweden and Finland

December 7, 2018 This blog has been crossposted from the Open Knowledge Foundation blog. Transparency International Latvia, in collaboration with Open Knowledge Sweden and Open Knowledge Finland, has published a new study on open data and anti-corruption policies in Latvia, Sweden and Finland, showing that governments in the three countries could do more to leverage […]