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Dados Abertos Governamentais no contexto de Políticas Públicas de Saúde e Sistemas Prisionais: Realidade ou Utopia?

There are many initiatives of transparency reported in the access and use of government open data for different purposes. This practice reveals an important requirement to accomplish the participatory governance. The literature has reported a minimal set of criteria to categorize a specific data repository as open. This paper discusses to which extent specific national and international data repositories address these criteria. The analyzed repositories focus on public health and prison systems. The results show different levels of alignment to the criteria and provide evidence that the adoption of government open data practices are a reality. On the other hand, there is still a long way to achieve full alignment to the stated criteria.


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