Also to transport data, electoral results, public works, environment, commerce, gender, AIP requests, affidavits and advertising guidelines.

The same assessment was obtained among other districts, the City of Buenos Aires, Godoy Cruz (Mendoza), Mendoza capital and two people from Buenos Aires: General Pueyrredón and Olavarría.

About, the general secretary of the municipality, Pablo Romeraconsidered that it is “an award for more than 7 years of work” but that they do not want to “continue promoting actions that allow us to strengthen our idea of ​​transparency as a State policy”.

16 indicators and 90 sub-indicators were taken into account, and Bahía complied with 100 percent of them.

For the official, “access to public information is fundamental, neighbors have the right to know what resources are invested in, that is why it is imperative that all state agencies open their data to the public and be transparent.”

More info at


The open data portal of Bahía Blanca


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