Proactive disclosure of datasets

Assessment of websites of state administration bodies to determine the level of disclosure of the relevant information to fulfil the criteria below. National authorities are asked to provide reference to such datasets. This is validated by the OECD.
Value
Consolidated versions of all primary laws.
The state budget for the current calendar year (if already adopted) and the latest full calendar year.
The results of the last national elections, aggregated on one website (i.e. the number of votes cast for all candidates in every constituency and appointed representatives).
Legislative proposals of the government as sent to parliament.
Government sessions agenda.
Ministers’ agenda.
Aggregated data on lobbying on public decision making including at minimum data on the identity and field of action of interest representatives met by members of Government and members of Parliament.
Consolidation of requests for information data in any format, as a minimum the share of cases in which access was not granted and the average time for processing requests for access to public information.
Public tenders announced by central government, aggregated on one website.
Results of all public tenders awarded by central government, aggregated on one website.
Company registry.
Land registry.
Salaries of individual senior civil servants (first and second tiers civil servants, i.e. secretary generals or equivalent and above) in all ministries, available on the ministries websites or the government portal.
Assets declarations of top-two-tiers of public employees in the executive branch, members of the judiciary, national elected officials.
Interests declarations of top-two-tiers of public employees in the executive branch, members of the judiciary, parliament, and government.