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Open Budget Survey 2015: Georgia Scores 66

08 September, 2015

9 September 2015, Tbilisi – According to the Open Budget Partnership’s biennial global report Georgia scores 66 in 2015 Open Budget Index.

9 September 2015, Tbilisi – According to the Open Budget Partnership’s biennial global report Georgia scores 66 in 2015 Open Budget Index.

Drawing on internationally accepted criteria developed by multilateral organizations, the Open Budget Survey, the world’s only independent and comparative measure of budget transparency, uses 109 indicators to measure budget transparency. 2015 Open Budget Survey covered 102 countries. These indicators are used to assess whether the central government makes eight key budget documents available to the public in a timely manner and whether the data contained in these documents are comprehensive and useful. Open Budget Survey in Georgia was done by Transparency International Georgia.

Visit www.openbudgetsurvey.org for more information, including:

  • The Open Budget Survey 2015: Global Report;
  • Individual datasets for each of the 102 countries surveyed;
  • A technical note on the comparability of the Open Budget Index over time.