Open data portal of the Republic of Uzbekistan data.gov.uz and official web site of The State Committee on Statistics stat.uz reached the silver level according to the Open Data Institute (ODI).
Open data portal of the Republic of Uzbekistan data.gov.uz and official web site of The State Committee on Statistics stat.uz reached the silver level of the Open Data Institute (ODI) – this means that additional efforts have been made to support and encourage feedback from people who use this open data on these information resources.
In accordance with the decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan from April 9, 2019 No. 4273 "On additional measures to ensure openness and transparency of public administration, and improving statistical capacity of the country", the State Committee of Uzbekistan on statistics coordinates the activities of state bodies and organizations in the part of works on formation, keeping and updating the list of open data sets and timely reflection of the relevant information on the open data Portal of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
This decree has become a powerful impetus for the further development of open data in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Information on the open data Portal of the Republic of Uzbekistan is published in Uzbek, Russian and English languages, including machine-readable and other formats, exclusively by higher structures of state bodies and organizations of the Republican level, including the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, khokimiyats of regions and the city of Tashkent.
At the moment, there are about 7 thousand open data sets on the open data Portal of the Republic of Uzbekistan and about 500 open data sets on the Goskomstat website.
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