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Date published: 10/29/2020 17:05

Consultation aims to measure the interest of society for the construction of the new Open Data Plan (PDA) of the control body. Citizens can participate until November 13

The Comptroller General of the Union (CGU) promotes, from today (29) until November 13, a public consultation for the society to express interest in the opening of new databases of the control body. This action aims to foster citizen participation and optimize efforts to prioritize the opening of bases of the CGU, in accordance with the Open Data Policy of the Federal Executive. Access the Public Consultation. audits, integrity, Access to Information Law – including with the new Fala.BR platform – among others. The result of the public consultation will contribute to the elaboration of the CGU’s 3rd Open Data Plan (PDA), which will run from January 2021 to January 2023. The current CGU PDA provides for the opening of a total of 23 databases by the end of 2020. To date, the compliance rate is 96%, with 22 open bases and one to be opened. The numbers, opening schedule and links to the databases can be checked on the Open Data Monitoring Panel. Social Participation and Open Data Policy The public consultation is aimed at seeking social participation in prioritizing the opening of databases and meets the determination of the Decree 8.777 / 2016, which created the Open Data Policy of the Federal Executive Branch and Resolution No. 3, of the National Open Data Infrastructure Management Committee (CGINDA), which regulates provisions of the Decree. The Open Data Policy determines that all Direct, Autarchic and Fundational Federal Public Administration bodies make their databases available in open format – that is, without restrictions on licenses or patents, allowing free access, use, modification and sharing.

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