France, Poland, and Ukraine have the highest open data index in Europe

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Ukraine is the third country in Europe in terms of open data development. These are the results of the Open Data Maturity 2023 study.

Ukraine is the third country in Europe in terms of open data development. These are the results of the Open Data Maturity 2023 study. France is on the first place in this year’s ranking, and Poland is on the second.

The level of open data maturity in Ukraine is 96%, while the average in Europe is 83%. Even during the war, Ukraine confidently outperformed other countries in terms of the impact of open data.

In recent years, Ukraine has become one of the top countries in terms of open data development. Experts assessed the state of Open Data development by 4 indicators, which gave the country the following scores:

  • Open Data Policy – 625.
  • Functioning of the open data portal data.gov.ua – 607.
  • The impact of open data is 600.
  • The quality of open data is 611.

The level of open data maturity in France is 98% (policy – 640, portals – 627, impact – 600, data quality – 630). And Poland gets 98% too (policy – 640, portals – 640, impact – 600, data quality – 605).

Open Data Maturity 2023

The ranking includes 35 European countries. Ukraine first appeared in the Open Data Maturity ranking in 2020 and was ranked 17th.

“Despite the full-scale war, we continue to work on the development of the sector. It is important for us to remain a leader in data openness, setting international standards,” commented Deputy Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov. -“We continue to develop this area, as open data is the basis for transparent government work, successful anti-corruption policy, and strong development of open data products and services”.

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