Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Publications about Open data

Directive 2003/98/EC is transposed in Croatia by the following legislative instruments: Read more
Croatian General Administrative Procedure Act - EN translation - part of the transposition of Directive 2003/98/EC Read more
Croatian General Administrative Procedure Act - original language version - complements transposition of Directive 2003/98/EC Read more
Croatian PSI law - English translation Read more
Croatian PSI law - original language version Read more
The purpose of the Commission Notice adopted on the 17th of July 2014 is to provide non-binding guidance on the best practices within three subject areas of particular relevance for the re-use of public sector information in Europe. The guidance document is targeted at the national administrations to guide them in the transposition of the revised PSI Directive and to encourage practices that increase the role of public sector information in the digital market. It includes recommendations on the use of available open standard licences, the elements to include in custom-made licences, datasets to be published as priority, they ways to make them more readily re-usable, the application of the marginal cost rule and the cost elements that can be taken into account for cost-recovery charging. Read more
How can big data make a difference? 4 steps to leverage the potential of big data. Read more
The Commission adopted the Communication on the data-driven economy as a response to the European Council's conclusions of October 2013, which focused on the digital economy, innovation and services as drivers for growth and jobs and called for EU action to provide the right framework conditions for a single market for big data and cloud computing. This Communication describes the features of the data-driven economy of the future and sets out operational conclusions to support and accelerate the transition towards it. It also sets out current and future activities in the field of cloud computing. Read more
Neelie Kroes, European Commission, on how better data management - including through open data - can help all kinds of scientific research, as part of a trend to "open digital science". Read more
Simply said, ENGAGE is a door for researchers that leads them to the world of Open Government Data. By using the ENGAGE platform, researchers and citizens will be able to submit, acquire, search and visualize diverse, distributed and derived Public sector datasets from all the countries of the European Union. Read more