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AMA publishes set of national open data guides

AMA publishes set of national open data guides

Last update on 22-11-2016
The AMA - Agency for Administrative Modernization, since November 22, has made available a set of national open data guides, covering two editions dedicated to the themes:
The Open Data Getting Started Guide is a document for all those interested in deepening knowledge about the subject of open data.
More complete, the Open Data Guide is the official publication on the subject of public sector data openness, addressing several theoretical issues and practices pertinent to the development of open data in Portugal: introduction and contextualization of open movements, the potential of data Openness, processes of opening information, ways of reuse and introduction to technical issues, are some of the themes referenced.
It is a document that is intended to be useful to the various stakeholders of the open data ecosystem in Portugal, whether public bodies, universities, journalists, or citizens and companies interested in reusing (or scrutinizing) public information.
These two guides have been edited and produced by AMA within the scope of its responsibilities for the promotion and development of open data policies for the Public Administration, which includes the management of the national open data portal - They are also part of a European Network of Local Guides and benefit from the work developed by AMA as a participant in the European SHARE-PSI 2.0 thematic network (a project co-financed by the European Commission).
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