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Characterization Study of the infomediary Sector 2012

Characterization Study of the infomediary Sector 2012

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Octubre
2012

With the aim of encouraging Public Sector Information (PSI) re-use in Spain, the Spanish Government launched in 2009 the Aporta project, promoted by Ministry of Finance and Public Administration and Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism.

Within the Aporta Project framework during the last year was made the first analysis of the Spain´s Reuse Public Sector Information. This analysis work was included in the “Characterizaction Study of the Infomediary Sector” report.

That first and pioneering work continues with the next edition by means of this document. The research keeps the last year edition´s basic matters however the current edition tries to characterize with a better accuracy a complicated sector like this inside of the country socio-economic reality owed to its innovation as well as its heterogeneity.

The objective of the study was to continue with a proper analysis of the sources of information in the public sector, as well as the infomediary sector as a whole and incorporating a first analysis to the demand for information from the public sector in Spain.

 

 
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