The main objective of this study is to determine how well a sample of G20 countries is doing at the national level in translating the commitments contained within each of the six G20 Anti-Corruption Open Data Principles into national policies and practices. This includes the availability of key anti-corruption datasets as open data. The research has been conducted for a representative selection of countries, consisting of Germany, France, Brazil, South Africa and Indonesia.
The analytical framework follows directly from the G20 Anti-Corruption Open Data Principles; in other words, the framework is structured around the six main principles.
- Open by Default
- Timely and Comprehensive
- Accessible and Usable
- Comparable and Interoperable
- For Improved Governance and Citizen Engagement
- For Inclusive Development and Innovation