The August 26 decree of the government of Georgia #219 about the ‘E-request of Public Information and Proactive Disclosure” was enforced on September 1, 2013.
In the present research, conducted between January 21, 2014 and February 21, 2014, IDFI attempted to display how the institutions complied with the commitments. In this period IDFI studied the proactive disclosure of information on the web-pages of the State Chancellery, ministries and the offices of state ministers as well as the public information e-request practice on these websites.
It turned out that the State Chancellery and the ministries showed high rate of complying with the commitments.
However, it must be noted that the mentioned agencies mostly provide the information that meets the minimum requirements of the government decree. The research presents the recommendations of publishing the information, elaborated by IDFI in order to provide the financial transparency of the administrative bodies and accessibility of the public information.
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