What’s in the report

Last updated 5 months ago

This Open Up Guide report is intended to be part of a growing body of work using open data to fight corruption. It includes:

  • Use cases and methodologies. A series of case studies highlight existing and future approaches to the use of open data.

  • 30 priority datasets and the key attributes needed so that they can talk to each other. To address corruption networks it is particularly important that connections can be established and followed across data sets, national borders and different sectors.

  • Data standards. Standards describe what should be published, and the technical details of how it should be made available. The report includes some of the relevant standards for anti-corruption work, and highlights the areas where there are currently no standards.