On September 20, the World Web Foundation unveiled the results of the Open Data Barometer. The Open Data Barometer looks at how leading governments are performing a decade into the open data movement.
The rating included 30 countries that joined the International Open Data Charter and whose governments undertook specific commitments, as well as G20 countries that joined the Anti-Corruption Open Data Principles.
The 2017 results for Ukraine are the following: Ukraine took the 17th position with the result of 47 points. 2016- 34 points. 2015- 20 points, this proves a significant steady progress in the development of open data. The methodology of the calculation has changed this year, therefore, there are no places in the rating, as in previous years, but the points were calculated for the possibility of evaluating progress in recent years; Ukraine is in second place among the countries that have achieved the greatest progress over the past four years; Ukraine ranks 17th among 30 rated countries.