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Open Government

The development of Open Government began in 2013. Today, Open Government is developing further under implementation of the Fifth Institutional Reform on the Formation of an accountable state, including the implementation of 94th and 96th steps. The Law of RK "On Access to Information" as of November 15, 2015 and the Law of RK "On Informatization" as of November 24, 2015 were adopted.

Open Government comprises: Open Data; Open Laws & Regulations; Open Dialogue; Open Budgets and Assessment of the Government Agencies Efficiency.

Open Data portal is a platform where public data of government agencies is published in machine-readable format, which allows the public to receive reliable open data from information holders in a convenient form, including for the purposes of re-use.

Open Laws & Regulations portal is a single platform for discussion of draft laws and regulations. Everyone can express their opinion and take part in the development of laws and regulations.

Open Dialogue portal is a platform for establishing effective feedback between government agencies and society.

The portal includes:

  • blog platform of heads of quasi-public sector organizations,
  • online conferences;
  • "Polls" system.

Open Budgets portal was launched to facilitate citizens' understanding of "budget" in the state and to promote the development of an active civic position through public control over budget spending.

Assessment of the Government Agencies Efficiency is a portal aimed at strengthening interaction between citizens and the government, which contains information on the assessment of the government agencies efficiency as well as reports on the achievement of target indicators of strategic plans and programs for the development of territories.