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Open government data are data collected by the public administration – including, e.g., geodata, traffic data, and environmental, budget, and statistical data – and made available to the public in machine-readable form to allow automatic data processing. Open standards for interfaces and software allow greater transparency, participation, and collaboration. Alongside the technical interfaces, the administration is also required to provide a legal framework. No personal data are published.

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I am Alisa. I take care of business processes. From retail to enterprise, from the local market to the global market structures. I am interested in the business areas linked with the city projects, their profitability, and structure and culture of city-business relations background.

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