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Second Edition (January 2015)

As the UN leads a conversation on the need for a Data Revolution to support the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals, our research highlights the lack of open and accessible data on the performance of key public services. If the political and social impacts of open data are to be realised, work to increase the supply of datasets from right across government will be needed, alongside sustained investment in capacity building, training and support for effective data use.

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Read the report: for key findings, details of the method, and in-depth analysis on open data readiness, implementation and impact across 86 countries.

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Published by: World Wide Web Foundation

Funding support from: International Development Research Center

This page provides access to the second edition of the Open Data Barometer. You can also download the 2013 report and data.