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The Collaborative Wikification of Public Services Procedures (GR0063)

Overview

At-a-Glance

Action Plan: Greece National Action Plan 2016-2018

Action Plan Cycle: 2016

Status: Inactive

Institutions

Lead Institution: GFOSS – Open Technologies Alliance

Support Institution(s): All Ministries and public bodies (public and private entities), first and second degree regional governments

Policy Areas

Capacity Building, E-Government

IRM Review

IRM Report: Greece End-of-Term Report 2016-2018

Starred: No

Early Results: Major Major

Design i

Verifiable: Yes

Relevant to OGP Values: Access to Information Technology

Potential Impact:

Implementation i

Completion:

Description

Context The wiki for public services procedures, wiki.ellak.gr has been developed under the actions of the open government working group of GFOSS – Open Technologies Alliance (https://opengov.ellak.gr/) in order to record and simplify the services and procedures provided by the public administration bodies. This system is a knowledge base that is constantly enriched with new services and procedures. The public services procedures wiki is based on MediaWiki, which is a free web application and operates based on Wikipedia's collaborative crowdsourcing model. Executives from public bodies record the public services as well as the procedures followed for the provision of each service. Each service is, in terms of Wikipedia, a section containing all the relevant information: The procedure steps, the necessary documents with templates for all printed and / or electronic forms and the relevant legislation on which it relies. Commitment Description The commitment entails the maintance of the platform and a series of training workshops to government officials from various public bodies in order to to use wiki.ellak.gr and also from a technical aspect to implement a solution of the Core Public Service Vocabulary (CPSV https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/asset/cpsv-ap/description) in Greece in order to represent the Greek Public Services Catalogue in a machine readable format. Up to now, the information is published in html pages which hampers its reuse. OGP Values: Access to public information, Participation, Technology and Innovation for openness and accountability Implementing bodies: GFOSS – Open Technologies Alliance Entities involved: All Ministries and public bodies (public and private entities), first and second degree regional governments Objectives The objectives of this commitment are: 1) For each person/entity concerned to be aware of how many and which services are provided by a public body. 2) To help each organization to standardize the services provided so that the same service have the same name and will be provided with the same procedure everywhere. 3) To serve as a first major step towards the simplification of government procedures. Simplification will save resources for the public administration and for citizens. Means for the implementation Commitment relies on: 1. The technical solution (the platform wiki.ellak.gr) 2. The participation of executives from public bodies on training workshops and the recording of services and procedures

IRM End of Term Status Summary

Commitment 30, 31, 32 and 33: Commitments from Civil Society

Commitment 30. Open Data Index for cities and local administrations

The commitment refers to the online publication of the annual report of the Open Data Index for cities and aims to motivate citizens, business and other stakeholders to contribute and evaluate their municipalities open data.

Key benefits of annual Open Data index for cities reports, are the comparison among the different municipalities acting as an important input on their functions; a process - report that accommodate citizens with the open data (monitoring the state of the municipality according to the dataset and how they can use or improve the results); time-based analysis with a comparison of actions that have implemented by different cities.

Milestones: 30.1 Customization of the Open Data Index Platform http://gr-city.census.okfn.org/. 30.2 Open Data Census 2016 –use of platform, promotion to inform citizens, hackathon of census, publishing online book with the results with ISSN (example http://online.fliphtml5.com/qzqt/qfsh/#p=1 ). 30.3 Open Data census 2017 (12/2017) –use of platform, promotion to inform citizens, hackathon of census, publishing online book with the results with ISSN (example http://online.fliphtml5.com/qzqt/qfsh/#p=1).

Responsible Institution(s): Open Knowledge Greece

Supporting Institution(s): none

Start Date:  July 2016 End Date: December 2017

Commitment 31. Linked, Open and Participatory Budgets

Open Knowledge Greece in the context of OpenBudgets.eu -a Horizon 2020 funded projects developing together with the project partners an open ecosystem that aims to solve the problem of standardization of open spending and budget data and the problem of interoperability of the applications by developing an open technical specification for public sector budget and spending data: the Fiscal Data Package based on OpenSpending Ecosystem and the Fiscal RDF Data Model based on DataCube Vocabulary.

In OpenBudgets.eu an open participatory platform for budgets is developed that will be easy to use, flexible and capable of interpreting previously incompatible forms of budget and spending data, provide advanced capabilities such as calculations of economic indicators (KPIs), statistical analysis and data mining techniques with the appropriate visualizations. At a glance, Openbudgets.eu will offer:

  • A semantic data model;
  • A library of visualization tools;
  • A library of data mining and comparative analysis tools;
  • A feedback and citizen engagement interface.

All these features will be integrated into a comprehensive portal, deployed as a software-as-a service (SaaS). This commitment concerns the use and the adaptation of the openbudgets.eu results at national, regional and municipality level; and the structural linkage of all open budget data of Greek regions and municipalities that will be interested of using it.

Responsible Institution(s): Open Knowledge Greece

Supporting Institution(s): none

Start Date:  July 2016 End Date: October 2017

Commitment 32. School of data for public servants

The goal of this commitment is to educate members of pilot selected organizations and services of the Greek government how to create open datasets, publish them to the platform Open Data CKAN of the Greek government data.gov.gr and properly license them with Open Data License.

Responsible Institution(s): Open Knowledge Greece

Supporting Institution(s): none

Start Date:  July 2016 End Date: December 2017

Commitment 33. The collaborative wikification of public services procedures

The commitment entails the maintenance of the platform and a series of training workshops to government officials from various public bodies in order to use wiki.ellak.gr and also from a technical aspect to implement a solution of the Core Public Service Vocabulary (CPSV https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/asset/cpsv-ap/description) in Greece in order to represent the Greek Public Services Catalogue in a machine-readable format. Up to now, the information is published in html pages which hampers its reuse

Responsible Institution(s): Open Technologies Alliance/GFOSS

Supporting Institution(s): none

Start Date:  July 2016 End Date: June 2018

Editorial Note: The action plan text has been abridged by the IRM. For the full version, please see https://www.opengovpartnership.org/documents/greece-national-action-plan-2016-2018/

Commitment Aim:

Commitment 30. Open Data Index for cities and local administrations

This commitment aimed to provide citizens with the information and knowledge to evaluate and use open data at the local level. The CSO Open Knowledge Greece committed to create a version of the international Open Data Index adapted to the local level. The index will help those who make use of open data to evaluate the availability and accessibility of datasets already published on the central data.gov.gr website.[Note 247: OGP, “Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) Progress Report 2016–2018: Greece”, https://www.opengovpartnership.org/documents/greece-mid-term-report-2016-2018-public-comment]

Commitment 31. Linked, open, and participatory budgets

This commitment attempted to decrease the transparency and participation deficits in local budgeting processes. Open Knowledge Greece created a commitment with a dual aim. First, it would publish semantic descriptions of income, expenses and fiscal information for local public authorities such as regions and municipalities. Secondly, Open Knowledge would provide an open source participatory budgeting platform to be used by local public authorities who wish to open their budgeting process to public oversight and participation.[Note 248: Ibid.]

Commitment 32. School of data for public servants

This commitment aimed to fill the knowledge gap in the field of producing open data in the public sector. Open Knowledge Greece would introduce data schools for public sector employees. These schools would aim to build technical capacity and provide participants with the necessary special knowledge and skills to create open datasets.[Note 249: Ibid.]

Commitment 33. The collaborative wikification of public service procedures

The overall goal of this commitment was to establish standards and good practices to make the provision of public services simpler and more effective. The CSO Open Technologies Alliance (GFOSS) is expanding its system for cataloging public services, wiki.ellak.gr, by implementing the Core Public Service Vocabulary (CPSV). In addition, Open Technologies Alliance would provide training for public agencies in cataloging their services using the CPSV model.[Note 250: Ibid.]

Status

Commitment 30. Open Data Index for cities and local administrations

Midterm: Substantial

The international Open Data Index is published by Open Knowledge Greece and displays an interactive list that presents how 10 Greek cities perform according to the openness of their published datasets for the year 2016. Open Knowledge Greece co-hosted a workshop with the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki aimed at informing the local community about the scores of Greek cities in the International Open Data Index. Furthermore, 13 citizens volunteered to produce the open data census 2016 for Greek cities. Finally, Open Knowledge Greece also published an in-depth analysis of the extent to which public data are open and readable by machine and humans.[Note 251: Ibid. ] The commitment will be fully implemented upon evidence of executing the planned hackathons and publishing the relevant book. For more information, please see the 2016-2018 midterm IRM report on the Greek action plan.[Note 252: Ibid.]

End of term: Complete

Open Knowledge Greece organized a series of actions to complete this commitment. According to the OK Greece Director, instead of the hackathons OK Greece organized a research project to uncover the ways in which Greek municipalities implement the open-by-default policy mandated by Law 4305/2015 to release datasets in open formats. The research focused on open budget data and its methodology was made public.[Note 253: Open Knowledge Greece – Open Budgets (in Greek), https://openbudgets.gr/about?lang=el] To increase awareness on the potential of open data OK Greece organized an event entitled “Open data as an infrastructure for Innovation”.[Note 254: Open Knowledge Greece, “Workshop: Data as an innovation infrastructure: science, governance, transparency, transport - ODD 2018”, https://okfn.gr/ημερίδα-τα-δεδομένα-ως-υποδομή-καινοτ/ ] The event took place in the context of World Open Data Day and focused on issues of open data best practices, training on open science, and practical examples from the transportation sector.[Note 255: Open Knowledge Greece, “Open Data Day 2018 - Data as an innovation infrastructure: science, governance, transparency, transport” (in Greek), https://okfn.gr/open-data-day-2018-τα-δεδομένα-ως-υποδομή-καινοτομία/ ] OK Greece also created an online platform that documented the results of the research project in the form of an interactive map allowing citizens to explore available fiscal evidence across different municipalities in Greece.[Note 256: Open Knowledge Greece – Open Budgets, (in Greek), https://openbudgets.gr/indices?lang=el# ]

Did It Open Government?

Commitment 30. Open Data Index for cities and local administrations

Access to Information: Major

This commitment reflects ongoing efforts to increase the availability of information that advances knowledge and tools to evaluate open data. Prior to this commitment information about the availability, degree of openness and accessibility of open data was scattered, and citizens had to perform a lot of manual work to locate it. To fill this gap OK Greece created an adapted localized version of the international Open Data Index to help citizens, public employees and interested parties to evaluate certain aspects of open data availability and accessibility. The publishing of the platform with the interactive map provides citizens with aggregate information for open budget data availability and accessibility in Greek municipalities. With a few clicks on a map, citizens can get enough evidence to know if a municipality publishes open budget data, with access to concrete data sources, formats, etc. Compared to the status quo prior to this commitment, citizens can now monitor how their municipalities perform on issues of open budget data quality and suggest concrete changes to improve available formats, license for further use and performance indicators. However, since this commitment comes from a CSO, there is no formal mechanism to link the monitoring tools of the Open Data Index to the operational processes of the municipal departments that produce and publish open budget data.

Commitment 31. Linked, open, and participatory budgets

Midterm: Substantial

This commitment had been substantially implemented at the midterm evaluation. Open Knowledge Greece published a series of semantically described data about budgets regarding the European Strategic Reference Framework.[Note 257: OGP, “Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) Progress Report 2016–2018: Greece”, https://www.opengovpartnership.org/documents/greece-mid-term-report-2016-2018-public-comment] The open-source participatory budget platform has been made available online and presents a dashboard in which citizens may explore yearly budget statistics for the cities of Athens and Thessaloniki. The commitment will be considered complete when the feedback and citizen engagement interface becomes available on the platform.

End of term: Complete

Open Knowledge Greece developed a new functionality on the participatory budget platform that fulfills the citizen engagement interface therefore completing the implementation of this commitment. The website http://redflags.okfn.gr uses the data from the official website of the Greek Ministry for Development and Competitiveness, anaptyxi.gov.gr, that provides analytical information related to implementation processes for the projects of National Strategic Reference Framework and analyzes it to identify possible red flags.[Note 258:  Wayback Machine archived webpage of Red Flags project, https://web.archive.org/web/20180316144937/http://redflags.okfn.gr] However, at the time of writing this report the site was still unavailable.[Note 259: Archived version of offline Redflags project webpage, https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1jyOp9z4kUx6GZOnSDkPgU2w0CB47Enz4g-_81M47PxQ/edit?usp=sharing] According to OK Greece Director, this is a temporary technical problem.[Note 260: Charalampos Bratsas, Director of Open Knowledge Greece, telephone interview with IRM researcher, September 2018.]

Did It Open Government?

Commitment 31. Linked, open, and participatory budgets

Access to Information: Major

In Greece available information on budgets at the national and local level remains limited in terms of detail. This is also the case with participatory budgeting in which citizens contribute their suggestions and may influence decision making on budget allocation about publicly-funded projects. With this commitment Open Knowledge Greece attempts to provide standardized information about budgets so that citizens can interpret budget and spending data. In implementing the commitment OK Greece provided semantically structured information about public spending in European Strategic Reference Framework projects. This information is essential for citizens and organizations who wish to make sense of public spending allocation and effectiveness. OK Greece organized an investigative journalism workshop to present the Red Flags website and test its potential uses with data journalists.[Note 261: Information on the Red Flags workshop (in Greek), https://okfn.gr/ολοκληρώθηκε-η-πρώτη-μέρα-του-εργαστη/ ] Journalists were asked to search for red-flagged projects and see whether the data the site provides can lead them to further investigate a project and produce a potential news story. OK Greece reports that two of the journalists were able to document a story from research with Red Flags data.[Note 262: Charalampos Bratsas, Director of Open Knowledge Foundation Greece, telephone interview with IRM researcher, September 2018.] OK Greece also reports that the projects that the Ministry of Finance had ceased funding coincide with the red flagged ones. For these reasons the impact of this commitment on opening government is major. It provides an informational tool that may assist journalists and the public administration in exploring potentially problematic publicly-funded projects. 

Commitment 32. School of data for public servants

Midterm: Limited

Open Knowledge Greece created many of the educational materials for the pilot courses. These were then sent to specialists for review. However, the open data schools for public employees had been postponed until December 2017 and thus the implementation of the commitment remained limited. For more information, please see the 2016-2018 midterm IRM report on the Greek action plan.[Note 263: OGP, “Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) Progress Report 2016–2018: Greece”, https://www.opengovpartnership.org/documents/greece-mid-term-report-2016-2018-public-comment]

End of term: Substantial

Open Knowledge Greece has substantially implemented this commitment. It co-organized, along with the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications of the University of Western Macedonia and the Alexandria Innovation Zone, the first data school (seminar) in the Region of Western Macedonia.[Note 264: Open Knowledge Greece, “Completion of the 1st Data School in the Region of Western Macedonia for eGovernment executives of Local Authorities” (in Greek), https://okfn.gr/ολοκλήρωση-του-1ου-σχολείου-δεδομένων/] This first school was addressed to employees of local authorities responsible for e-Government. The school focused on issues of open data, open licenses and the appropriate formats to release open data in the central portal data.gov.gr. It also stressed the differences between the flagship Transparency program called Clarity with the open-by-default policy mandated by Law 4305/2014. Finally, the school presented examples and useful applications with an emphasis on open budgets.[Note 265: Ibid.]

Did It Open Government?

Commitment 32. School of data for public servants

Access to Information: Marginal

This commitment attempted to contribute a solution to perceived open data literacy rates in the Greek public sector by organizing open data schools for public employees. The Open Knowledge Foundation organized the first open data school for public employees in the Region of Western Macedonia. Public sector employees who participated in the open data school evaluated the seminar by completing an e-questionnaire. Evaluation results suggest that the school increased general knowledge of open data issues such as specifics of the regulatory framework mandated by law 4305/2014,[Note 266: Open Data Law 4305/2014 (in Greek), http://www.minadmin.gov.gr/?p=11238] types of machine-readable open data formats, and open and participatory budgeting. Overall, more than half of public sector employees mentioned that the school provided them with knowledge that could have practical use for their day-to-day job.[Note 267: Open Knowledge Greece, “Evaluating the school of open data” (in Greek), https://okfn.gr/αξιολόγηση-1ου-σχολείου-δεδομένων/]

Asked to review the effect the three OKF commitments had on increasing overall openness, Dr. Ioanna Kostarela, an expert on informational transparency issues, noted that these efforts contribute mainly to the change of governmental culture and practice. Data availability means more transparency and helps convince the public of accountability and access to information.[Note 268: Dr. Ioanna Kostarella, Assistant Professor of Journalism, Research and New Media at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, interview with IRM researchers, 20 October 2018.]

Commitment 33. The collaborative wikification of public service procedures

Midterm: Substantial

This commitment was substantially implemented by the midterm evaluation. Open Technologies Alliance (GFOSS) developed the technical requirements of the commitment by extending wiki.ellak.gr with a new infrastructure that supports the Core Public Service Vocabulary model. This infrastructure has been tested via an input system that allows for the automatic adaptation of the data input into the CPSV standard. GFOSS also provided hands-on training to a number of public employees in the Ministry of Education, Research, and Religious Affairs (102), the University of Macedonia (65), the Aristotle University (91), and the organization Culture, Sport and Youth of the Municipality of Athens (8). The commitment would be considered completed upon evidence of continuing the training efforts during the first half of 2018. For more information, please see the 2016-2018 midterm IRM report on the Greek action plan.[Note 269: OGP, “Independent Reporting Mechanism (IRM) Progress Report 2016–2018: Greece”, https://www.opengovpartnership.org/documents/greece-mid-term-report-2016-2018-public-comment]

End of term: Complete

The Open Technologies Alliance (GFOSS) continued to organize training seminars for the collaborative wikification of public services throughout 2018 and completed this commitment. At the time of writing this report the website wiki.ellak.gr lists 205 new public services compared to the midterm period (2,186 in September 2018 and 1,981 in September 2017).[Note 270: New public services listed, https://el.diadikasies.gr/Αρχική_σελίδα] According to the General Director of GFOSS, training activities took place in Athens (OPANDA) and Thessaloniki (University of Macedonia).[Note 271: Despina Mitropoulou, General Director of Open Technologies Alliance (GFOSS), telephone interview with IRM researcher, September 2018.]

Did It Open Government?

Access to Information: Major

The provision of public services in Greece is not uniform across agencies. Often, similar agencies provide the same service following a different process. The Open Technologies Alliance (GFOSS) committed to initiate a collaborative solution and launched a wiki-based platform, wiki.ellak.gr. In it Wikipedia specialists assist public sector employees to document in an open public repository every step of the processes by which a service is being provided. Throughout the action plan duration GFOSS organized training sessions with public agencies, specialists and public sector employees. The results are available online and 2,186 services have been cataloged.[Note 272: Administrative Procedures Wiki – Statistics (in Greek), https://goo.gl/xd9KV4 ]

This commitment as implemented has a major effect in improving access to information. GFOSS partnered with public administration bodies and the initial wiki.ellak.gr website transformed to diadikasies.gr. On this website citizens can access knowledge about the procedures with which services are provided. Public sector agencies can find help in their efforts to standardize the delivery of their services. According to Dr. Ioanna Kostarella, diadikasies.gr is a first-class tool for recording and classifying existing government procedures. Its operation contributes decisively to the change of attitude, as the service providers feel the need to respond to their responsibilities in the described way, and citizens know in advance the analytical steps of a given process. This increases the sense of security and trust in the institutions involved in the project.[Note 273: Dr. Ioanna Kostarella, Assistant Professor of Journalism, Research and New Media at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, interview with IRM researchers, 20 October 2018.]

Carried Forward?

IRM researchers recommend that the next action plan focuses on commitments where government ministries take ultimate responsibility for implementing initiatives co-created with CSOs. Results achieved through the commitments carried out by OK Greece and GFOSS demonstrate the valuable contribution CSOs can make, not only in design but also implementation of important open data initiatives. However, the long-term effect is likely to be more sustainable if government agencies have clear ownership of the initiatives and institutionalize relevant practices in their ongoing work.

Open Technologies Alliance and Open Knowledge Greece have stated[Note 274: Despina Mitropoulou, General Director of Open Technologies Alliance (GFOSS), telephone interview with IRM researcher, September 2018, and Charalampos Bratsas, Director of Open Knowledge Foundation Greece, telephone interview with IRM researcher, September 2018.] their willingness to continue to collaborate with the relevant Ministries to create commitments for increasing open data literacy in the public sector. Specific public agencies could prioritize new initiatives for the open data schools with concrete learning activities aiming to release open data for specific uses and projects.

As far as Commitment 33 is concerned, the volume of cataloged public services in the diadikasies.gr wiki-based platform provides the appropriate backbone for launching a new commitment for the simplification and redesign of specific public services delivery.[Note 275: Ibid.

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Commitments

  1. Open Education Data

    GR0065, 2019, E-Government

  2. Open Rural Development Data

    GR0066, 2019, E-Government

  3. Open Immigration Data

    GR0067, 2019, Citizenship and Immigration

  4. Open National Defense Data

    GR0068, 2019, E-Government

  5. Open Ministry of Interior Data

    GR0069, 2019, E-Government

  6. Open Administrative Reconstruction Data

    GR0070, 2019, E-Government

  7. Open Economic Data

    GR0071, 2019, E-Government

  8. Open Local Government Data

    GR0072, 2019, E-Government

  9. Open Justice Data

    GR0073, 2019, E-Government

  10. Open Environmental Data

    GR0074, 2019, E-Government

  11. Open Culture and Sports Data

    GR0075, 2019, E-Government

  12. Framework Law on Open & Participative Governance

    GR0031, 2016, Capacity Building

  13. Participation in the Assessment of the Public Sector

    GR0032, 2016, Capacity Building

  14. Publicity of Organisational Charts & Entities of the Public Sector

    GR0033, 2016, E-Government

  15. Accountability and Settlement of Disputes Between the Citizens and the Public Sector

    GR0034, 2016, Legislation & Regulation

  16. Guide and Standardization for the Provision of Services & for Procedures Per Service/Entity

    GR0035, 2016, Capacity Building

  17. Improvement of the Open Deliberation Procedure

    GR0036, 2016, Capacity Building

  18. National Register of Line Managers of the Public Administration (Register)

    GR0037, 2016, Capacity Building

  19. Implementation of the Assessment of Employees and Services and Control Methods

    GR0038, 2016, Capacity Building

  20. Implementation of a System for the Selection of Managers

    GR0039, 2016, Capacity Building

  21. Digital Repository for Pubic Administration Studies

    GR0040, 2016, Capacity Building

  22. Provision of Open Cultural Data

    GR0041, 2016, E-Government

  23. Geospatial Maritime Data

    GR0042, 2016, E-Government

  24. Ship/Company and Seafarer Registers

    GR0043, 2016, E-Government

  25. Marine and Maritime Activity

    GR0044, 2016, E-Government

  26. Starred commitment Public Property Open Data

    GR0045, 2016, E-Government

  27. KPI’s for the Implementation of Public and EU Financed Projects

    GR0046, 2016, E-Government

  28. Data and Statistics for Greek National Exams

    GR0047, 2016, E-Government

  29. Protocol Digitization

    GR0048, 2016, E-Government

  30. Informative Actions on Open Data for Young People in Secondary and Higher Education

    GR0049, 2016, Education

  31. Open Education

    GR0050, 2016, Capacity Building

  32. Provision of Open Data for Justice

    GR0051, 2016, E-Government

  33. Enhanced Statistical Data of Justice Open to the Public

    GR0052, 2016, E-Government

  34. Open Provision of Geo-Data

    GR0053, 2016, E-Government

  35. Open-Participatory Budget

    GR0054, 2016, Fiscal Transparency

  36. Regional Council Platform (Open Regional Council)

    GR0055, 2016, E-Government

  37. Open - Participatory Budget

    GR0056, 2016, E-Government

  38. Capture and Evaluation Platform for Regional Technical Projects

    GR0057, 2016, E-Government

  39. City Dashboard

    GR0058, 2016, E-Government

  40. Online Consultation Platform

    GR0059, 2016, E-Government

  41. Open Data Index for Cities and Local Administrations

    GR0060, 2016, E-Government

  42. Linked, Open and Participatory Budgets

    GR0061, 2016, E-Government

  43. School of Data for Public Servants

    GR0062, 2016, Capacity Building

  44. The Collaborative Wikification of Public Services Procedures

    GR0063, 2016, Capacity Building

  45. Strengthening Openness and Accessibility of the Parliament

    GR0064, 2016, Capacity Building

  46. Institutional and Technological Upgrading of Transparency Program

    GR0012, 2014, E-Government

  47. Public Participation in Decision Making

    GR0013, 2014, Capacity Building

  48. Integration of PSI Directive on the Re-Use of Public Sector Information

    GR0014, 2014, E-Government

  49. Regulatory Amendments for the Management and Provision of Open Data

    GR0015, 2014, Capacity Building

  50. Implementation of Platform for Central Distribution of Public Open Data

    GR0016, 2014, E-Government

  51. Provision of Open Geospatial Data

    GR0017, 2014, E-Government

  52. Provision of Open Cultural Data

    GR0018, 2014, Legislation & Regulation

  53. Provision of Open Data for Offshore Companies

    GR0019, 2014, E-Government

  54. Open Provision of Public Sector Critical Data Sets

    GR0020, 2014, E-Government

  55. Open Invitations for Filling Posts in the Public Sector

    GR0021, 2014, E-Government

  56. Public Administration Organizational Chart Publication

    GR0022, 2014, Capacity Building

  57. Coordination and Monitoring of Open Government Policy

    GR0023, 2014, Audits and Controls

  58. Reorganization of Inspectorate Bodies and Strategic Alliance Development Against Corruption

    GR0024, 2014, Anti-Corruption Institutions

  59. Tracking Changes on Bills (From Submission to Voting by Plenum)

    GR0025, 2014, E-Government

  60. Usability and Functionality Improvements of the ‘Parliamentary Transparency’ Section of the Hellenic Parliament Website

    GR0026, 2014, E-Government

  61. Improvement of the Hellenic Parliament Website and Implementation of New Standards-Technologies

    GR0027, 2014, E-Government

  62. Provision of Historical Parliamentary Documents to the Public

    GR0028, 2014, E-Government

  63. Enhancement of Social Media Policy in the Hellenic Parliament

    GR0029, 2014, E-Government

  64. On Line Provision of Exhibitions

    GR0030, 2014, Capacity Building

  65. Increase Number of Legislative Acts Going Through Online Deliberation

    GR0001, 2012, Legislation & Regulation

  66. Capitalize on Citizen Comments and Suggestions

    GR0002, 2012, Public Participation

  67. Operate Central e-Procurement Information System

    GR0003, 2012, E-Government

  68. Operate Central ERP Information System

    GR0004, 2012, E-Government

  69. Operate Central HRMS Information System

    GR0005, 2012, E-Government

  70. Open Data Regarding Prices, as Collected by Prices Observatory

    GR0006, 2012, Open Data

  71. Resolve Legal Issues Regarding State Geo-Data

    GR0007, 2012, Land & Spatial Planning

  72. Offer Additional Taxation Data

    GR0008, 2012, Fiscal Transparency

  73. Augment Functionality of the Transparency Program

    GR0009, 2012, E-Government

  74. Publicise Public Sector Procurement Information

    GR0010, 2012, E-Government

  75. Enable Open, Transparent and Safeguarded Document Circulation

    GR0011, 2012, E-Government