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Open Data Charter

We commit to implement the International Open Data Charter and explore its Anti Corruption Sector Package as a useful tool to promote greater coherence and collaboration among open data initiatives at a global scale.

Country: Mexico

Status: ongoing

Themes: Open data

Last updated: December 2020

Classification:

Concrete: Concrete | New: Other | Ambitious: Other

  • 5 Evidence:

    Open Data Catalog of the Government of the Republic

    Digital Platform

    Anticorruption Opening Guide 2.0

    The Future of Trust and Integrity

    WEF recognizes the effort to implement the Anticorruption Opening Guide in Mexico

  • 5 Notes:

    Mexico was the first country to implement the Open Up Guide. The Technical Secretariat of the National Anti- Corruption System (SESNA) has taken the responsibility to safeguard the publication and future integrity of these databases. With the change of government in December 2019, not all the 44 databases have been updated. The SESNA has analysed the 44 databases of the Open Up Guide and, between 19 September and 11 October 2019, conducted a public consultation in order to know the opinion of the citizens about the strategic data needed to tackle corruption. With the results, they will give recommendations to the federal government agencies for them to update and improve these datasets and to improve the first edition of the Open Up Guide in order to create the Open Up Guide 2.0 to increase the number of data, and the quality of public information. In 2020, the Open Up Guide has stayed the same; however, during 2020, SESNA, civil society organisations like Open Data Charter and Transparencia Mexicana are developing Open Covid Data Mx, where basic data and different information about health, political, social and economical needs will be included.

    Updated: October 31, 2020

    Mexico was the first country to implement the Open Up Guide. The World Economic Forum recognized the work done in order to implement the Guide, in its report "The Future of Trust and Integrity"". The Technical Secretariat of the National Anti- Corruption System (SESNA) has taken the responsibility to safeguard the publication and future integrity of these databases. With the change of government in December 2019, not all the 44 databases have been updated yet. The Beta version of the National Digital Platform has been presented in September 2019 and it is under construction. The SESNA has analysed the 44 databases of the Open Up Guide and, between 19 September and 11 October 2019, conducted a public consultation in order to know the opinion of the citizens about the strategic data needed to tackle corruption. With the results, they will give recommendations to the federal government agencies for them to update and improve these datasets and to improve the first edition of the Open Up Guide in order to create the Open Up Guide 2.0 to increase the number of data, and the quality of public information.

    Updated: April 30, 2020

    Mexico was the first country to implement the Open Up Guide. The World Economic Forum recognized the work done in order to implement the Guide, in its report ""The Future of Trust and Integrity"". The Technical Secretariat of the National Anticorruption System (SESNA) has taken the responsibility to safeguard the publication and future integrity of these databases. With the change of government in December 2019, not all the 44 databases of the have been updated yet. The Beta version of the National Digital Platform has been presented in September 2019 and it is under construction. The SESNA has analized the 44 databases of the Open Up Guide and they are doing a public consultation in order to know the opinion of the citizens about the strategic data needed to tackle corruption. With this, they will give recommendations to the federal government in order to update and improve these datasets and to improve the first edition of the Open Up Guide in order to create the Open Up Guide 2.0 to increase the number of data, and the quality of public information. The consultation was conducted in between 19 September and 11 October 2019.

    Updated: October 30, 2019

    Mexico is the first country in the world to implement the Open Up Guide for Anti- Corruption. In this effort 72 data sources were identified which matched the 30 datasets classified for anti-corruption in the Guide. Following the recommendations in the Guide, 7 new datasets were published, 8 are in the process of being published, and 32 improved their quality.

    Updated: July 30, 2017

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