unity; • Public services available on multiple platforms; • Ease of technological improvement; • Transparency and integrate vision of the government's flows; • Quality parameters for services and public information; • Ease of communication flow and integration of State process.
de maio de 2009 – Capiberibe Law • Decreto de 15 de setembro de 2011 (Establishes the National Action Plan on Open Government) • Lei nº 12.527, de 18 de novembro de 2011 (Access to Information Law) • Lei nº 12.965, de 23 de abril de 2014 (Brazilian Civil Rights Framework for the Internet )
and maintenance in the management of Government sites. e-Government Interoperability Standards Defines a minimum set of policies and specifications. Provide conditions for interaction with other levels of government and society. • e-Government Accessibility Standards Set of recommendations to be considered for the process of accessibility on Brazilian Government sites.
technologies, procedures and control mechanisms required to meet the conditions of dissemination of open data • Participants from over 30 institutions Major goals: • Provide search, access, and reuse of public data; • Coordinate the standardization in the generation, storage, access and dissemination of data and information from government. • Encourage and foster collaboration with citizens in the implementation of new services.
availability of government data in open format, including georeferenced • Free public access, without prior identification or justification of use • Published in complete and granular as possible, unless restrictions of confidentiality and privacy • Provide timely data: Automatic publications • Ensure unique and permanent URL
development of applications using the open data • Stimulate intra-governmental dialogue and society • Respect interoperability standards (e-PING) and accessibility (e-MAG); • Promote open data policies in states and cities