Transparency and efficiency of the public sector is a great challenge in Latin America. All the available indicators show a slow evolution (and in some cases not very favorable) in terms of transparency, open data and contracting. Transparency is a value to protect in our societies and a shared responsibility of government and society. ILDA aims to contribute to transparent states and societies capable of controlling and contributing to the government. ILDA has contributed to the development and monitoring of the open data publication agenda by the States and contributed, in particular, to the opening of public contracts. In this line of work, ILDA will focus on two topics: open contracting and the generation of capacities and knowledge for the use of data in accountability.
We hope to contribute to greater openness of data on contracting, greater capacity in the civil service to open and use data, as well as to contribute to understanding how open data can contribute to greater efficiency and transparency in the region.

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