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Data Literacy

We commit to promote coherent use of digital technologies across policy areas and levels of government in the fight against corruption.

Country: Mexico

Status: ongoing

Themes: Open data

Last updated: December 2020

Classification:

Concrete: Concrete | New: Other | Ambitious: Other

  • 7 Evidence:

    Plataforma Digital Nacional

    Decree issuing the General law of the National anti-corruption system; The General law of administrative responsibilities, and the Organic Law of the Federal Court of Administrative Justice.

    SFP and SESNA install permanent table for the construction of the National digital platform

    What is the Anti-corruption Opening Guide?

    LAUNCH SESNA NATIONAL DIGITAL PLATFORM BETA VERSION

    Digital Platform

    General Law of the National Anti-Corruption System;

  • 7 Notes:

    Through the creation of the National Digital Platform (Beta version) new technologies are being explored. This platform is an interoperability tool that will work with data inputs of different governmental agencies at the federal and local levels, and of autonomous organisms in order to cross strategic information, which will help to generate evidence based intelligence in order to prevent and sanction possible acts of corruption. The platform already has developed 4 out of 6 Systems to be fully completed in the next months. The National Digital Platform team is working with the Federal Government and different States in order to incorporate their information in the Platform.

    Updated: October 31, 2020

    Through the creation of the National Digital Platform (Beta version) new technologies are being explored. This platform is an interoperability tool that will work with data inputs of different governmental agencies at the federal and local levels, and of autonomous organisms in order to cross strategic information, which will help to generate evidence based intelligence in order to prevent and sanction possible acts of corruption. After the Constitutional reforms that created the National Anti-Corruption System impulsed by a broad coalition of civil society and public actors, the National Digital Platform was created to allow anti-corruption authorities to use and cross open data for asset declarations nationally for the first time and other five sub-systems. The standards are already published and the subsystems related to public servants that participate in public procurement procedures (Sub-system 2) and the debarment database (Sub-system 3) are in place at the federal level. The National Digital Platform team is working with different States in order to incorporate their information in the Platform.

    Updated: April 30, 2020

    Through the creation of the National Digital Platform (Beta version) new technologies are being explored. This platform is an interoperability tool that will work with data inputs of different governmental agencies at the federal and local levels, and of autonomous organisms in order to cross strategic information, which will help to generate evidence based intelligence in order to prevent and sanction possible acts of corruption. The SESNA has created the first ever asset declaration open data standard, which will be applied in all asset declarations made by public officials. This standard will allow anticorruption authorities to use and cross open data fom asset declarations for the first time. The National Digital Platform team will soon publish a new version of the standard, as well as different tools to identify red flags in contracting processess and asset declarations.

    Updated: October 30, 2019

    Through the creation of the National Digital Platform new technologies are being explored

    Updated: October 30, 2018

    No Change.

    Updated: June 30, 2018

    The creation of the National Digital Platform aims to interconnect the different information systems in the government in order to prevent, detect, and investigate corruption acts.

    Updated: July 30, 2017

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