Executive summary (Open Government Data Review of Mexico: Data Reuse for Public Sector Impact and Innovation)

Open government data (OGD) can be a powerful lever for social and economic development. It can also be used to improve public governance by enhancing transparency, openness, integrity and public participation at the central and local levels of government. By ensuring open government data availability, accessibility and reuse by public, private and civic stakeholders, governments can design more evidence-based and inclusive policies, stimulate innovation inside and outside the public sector, and empower citizens to take better-informed personal decisions.
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Published by OECD in 2016