The web app "Transparent Administration for Citizens" will be officially presented in Rome on June 24 at 11 am, at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. This experimental digital application supports Public Administrations in publishing data in the "Transparent Administration" section of their respective websites, making it less burdensome, while also allowing citizens to effectively use the same data.

The event will be opened by the Director General of the Department of Regional Affairs, Giovanni Vetritto, and coordinated by Paola Caporossi. The conclusions will be delivered by the President of ANAC, Giuseppe Busia.

The app is the result of work initiated in 2022 by the experimental Atelier "Transparency, Anti-Corruption, and Efficiency", established under the "Italiae" Project of the Department of Regional Affairs of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and coordinated by Paola Caporossi. The goal was to offer targeted support to Municipal Unions, Municipalities, Regions, and other public administrations to strengthen transparency, prevent corruption, and enhance efficiency.

Within this framework, a Working Group was created, focusing on an innovative method to facilitate the mandatory publication of data and information in the Transparent Administration section (as per Law 190/2012 and Legislative Decree 33/2013 and subsequent amendments) of websites, while simultaneously improving accessibility for citizens, investors, and central institutions.

This initiative fostered a dialogue among large and small administrations from the North, Center, and South, leading to the design of the digital application "Transparent Administration for Citizens." It is not yet another additional app for public administrations, but an experimental open-source application that demonstrates how it is possible to:

  • Support Public Administrations in the publication of data and information, making it more rationalized and standardized, and
  • Enable citizens to effectively use those data and information through a simplified and graphical representation.

To view the complete program, click here.