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Madrid, December 7
Through the Top 3 Asedie, a commitment of the IV Open Government Plan, the harmonized opening of data in the Autonomous Communities is achieved. The Top 3 Besieged is accessible in seven Autonomous Communities: Energy Efficiency Certificates, Industrial Estates and Agrarian Transformation Societies
ASEDIE, the Multisector Information Association, which aims to achieve greater openness of data and access to information, has presented the latest results of the Top 3 Asedie. This is an initiative that the Organization has been promoting since 2019 through the which, three sets of data of interest to the Sector are selected for their high value so that they are opened in a standardized manner in the Autonomies. The objective of this project, which in 2021 was collected as a commitment to Good Practices in the Observatory of the IV Open Government Plan and supported by the 17 Autonomous Communities, is to harmonize the opening of Public Sector databases with the aim of promote their reuse, promoting the development of both products and services of high socioeconomic value. In this second edition of the Top 3 Asedie, the selected bases have been the records of: Energy Efficiency Certificates, Industrial Estates and Agrarian Transformation Societies. In seven Autonomous Communities you can already access the three databases and it should be noted that since July of this year the Energy Efficiency Certificates are accessible in all the autonomous communities and it is expected that the rest of the Top 3 will be opened throughout 2023.In the first edition of the Top 3 Asedie, the selected databases were: Associations, Cooperatives and Foundations. Currently in fourteen communities this first Top 3 is accessible, specifically the associations in the 17 autonomies, the cooperatives in 16 and the foundations in 15, it would only be necessary to give a final push. It is really being an exemplary and collaborative job at all levels. Thanks to the effective work of the public function, with this initiative it is being possible to give a real boost to the Data Economy and favor the creation of products and services that reach the entire territory. Asedie has been working for more than 20 years to promote different actions that promote access to information and open data, making public-private collaboration transparent. In the next edition of the Asedie Report that will be made public in the first quarter of 2023, more information on the evolution of this interesting initiative will be released.
Contact Contact name: Asedie Contact telephone number: 914 350 354