Ukraine went 10 positions up in the Global Open Data Index, - Finance Ministry
Progress was made thanks to opening data on the expenditures of budget costs and information on the state purchases
Ukraine is now ranked 58th of 134 countries in the Global Open Data Index, Deputy Finance Minister Oxana Markarova posted on her Facebook page. Last year, according to her, the country was ranked 68th.
Markarova wrote that such progress was made thanks to opening data on the expenditures of budget costs (available on e-data portal) and information on the state purchases.
Every year, the Global Open Data Index defines the level of transparency and availability of state data for the society.
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