T-index Questionnaire

Thank you for taking a few minutes to support the T-index review!

The T-index is ERCAS’ most recent project. It aims at measuring government transparency in practice, verifying if prescriptions provided by law are effectively implemented by the government in each of the 120 observed countries.

To help review our research, we have set up this questionnaire. The 14 questions below seek to determine whether a country’s government provides certain types of information to the public.

Please choose an answer to each question based on your expertise in the selected country and remember to include a source (link/URL) that justifies your choice. If a country has no open source available on a certain topic, please just say so in the source field.

Obs.:
● The questionnaire focuses on the activities of the central government and does not address the role of state and local governments.
● If the information is only available until a certain point in time, which is not the most recent calendar year (2018 or 2019), it should be considered as not available, and 0 points should be given.
Which country are you evaluating? *
Q1 Are PAST public expenditures published online?
Clear selection
Source(s) and comment(s) to Q1
Q2 Are CURRENT public expenditures published online?
Clear selection
Source(s) and comment(s) to Q2
Q3 Is there a public procurement portal where both announcements and allocations are posted?
Clear selection
Source(s) and Comment(s) to Q3
Q4 Is land property registered in the form of an online cadaster?
Clear selection
Source(s) and Comment(s) to Q4
Q5 Is there a register of commerce where shareholders and main data of companies is visible?
Clear selection
Source(s) and comment(s) to Q5
Q6 Is the annual report of the General Auditor (controller) public?
Clear selection
Source(s) and comment(s) to Q6
Q7 Are supreme court HEARINGS public and accessible online? (Please consider the Constitutional Court if your country has one)
Clear selection
Source(s) and comment(s) to Q7
Q8 Are supreme court SENTENCES published online? (Please consider the Constitutional Court if your country has one)
Clear selection
Source(s) and comment(s) to Q8
Q9 Are financial disclosures of public officials available online?
Clear selection
Source(s) and comment(s) to Q9
Q10 Are conflicts of interest disclosures of public officials available online?
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Source(s) and comment(s) to Q10
Q11 Are Official Development Assistance - ODA resources published online?
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Source(s) and comment(s) to Q11
Q12 Are mining concessions public?
Clear selection
Source(s) and comment(s) to Q12
Q13 Are building permits in the country’s capital city public?
Clear selection
Source(s) and comment(s) to Q13
Q14 Is there official legislation that makes publishing laws mandatory? Based on such legislation, does an official gazette exist (online)?
Clear selection
Source(s) and comment(s) to Q14
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