Mapping of Public Information Disclosure in Indonesia

The most essential aspect in implementing public information disclosure is to build the ecosystem of openness itself, starting from data providers, data management teams, people who use data, and communities that drive initiatives. AJI (Alliance of Independent Journalists) conducted a survey to measure the implementation of public information disclosure in Indonesia using three measurement indicators, namely information published proactively (Proactive Disclosure), actions taken by public institutions in supporting public information disclosure (Institutional Measure), and how public information requests are responded (Processing of Request).

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Authors

Eva Danayanti

Kresna

Mustakim

 

 

Enumerators

Febrina Galuh, Putri Tirtasari, Adi Marsiela, Nova Mandasari, Zulfikar Husein, Mustafa Rani, Christison Pane, Nurul Nur Azizah, Zamzami, Ogen, Fathur Rochim, M. Ramond EPU, Demon Fajri, Hafidz Trijatnika, Teddy Malaka, Alfanny Pratama, M. Iqbal, Ahmad Fauzan, Jekson Simanjuntak, Muhammad Irham, Nurika Manan, Widia Primastika, Gloria Fransisca Katharina, Fadiyah, Aris Mulyawan, Ariyanto, Andre Yuris, Zainul Arifin, Dedi Mahdi, Rino Hayyu, Achmad Suudi, Robandi, Feri Kristianto, Hiswandi Ahmad, Obet Gerimu, Novantar Ramses Negara, Didi Gunawan, Dionisius Triwibowo, Zakarias Demon Daton, Novi Abdi, Wawan Akuba, Nurdin Amir, Ikram, Tajudin Buano, Fikram Salim, Safwan Raharusun.

 

 

Publisher

AJI Indonesia