Survey - Open Government Data and political integrity in the Nordic Region
The project “Building a Nordic Open Data Ecosystem for Government Transparency” is exploring the use of open government data for increased political integrity in the Nordic region. The project is funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers and implemented by Transparency International Latvia, Transparency International Lithuania and Open Knowledge Sweden.
This survey invites you to share information on your interest in open government data and any activity you might have undertaken using it. It will also ask for your interest in anti-corruption issues and related datasets. In this survey, we define Open Government Data as any digital data that is made available by the government free of charge, in machine-readable format and with legal characteristics necessary for it to be used, reused, mixed and redistributed without any restriction.
The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete. All the questions are multiple choice or check-boxes. The results will be used to provide recommendations to Nordic and Baltic governments on what data should be prioritised for disclosure in open format and what actions should be undertaken to foster data literacy, reuse and awareness among citizens.
DISCLAIMER - ANONYMITY OF THE SURVEY AND DATA PROTECTION
The survey is anonymous, but in the last screen you will be able to provide your contact details to be informed on the survey's final results and/or further engage with the project. E-mail addresses will be stored separately from responses to protect your anonymity. No responses will be attributed to individuals in any publication resulting from this survey.
If you have questions at any time about the study or the procedures, or if you want to remove your information from the survey results, you may contact the lead researcher Antonio Greco at the e-mail
or contact Transparency International Latvia at the email
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