Within the auspices of the project, conducted during the period of September-October 2014 IDFI researched to what extent 133 public entities fulfilled their obligation deriving from The Decree on the Electronic Request and Proactive Disclosure of Public Information.
Study revealed that:
Research analyzed the best and worst cases of proactive disclosure at the websites of public institutions. It proposed detailed study of the relevant resolutions, which imposes responsibility on institutions to implement obligations; There are some recommendations in relation with the special articles, which enables government institutions to publish information; They are requested to provide society with financial transparency and share necessary information about their activities;
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