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Format: Proprietary format .ushay
The public procurement portal (Portal de Compras Públicas) gathers information about all procurement processes, budgets and contracts from all government offices. It is required to register as a supplier in order to get access to the data which is published in a proprietary format called Ushay and sometimes in pdf. The supplier agreement states that all rights to publish, reproduce, distribute and transform content from the portal belong to Servicio Nacional de Contratación Pública.
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Information about companies is available though an online database. The registry can be browsed through page by page and saved in a range of formats both machine readable and not. (This action takes some time to complete and it is unclear whether it saves the whole database or a single page).
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The consolidated budget for 2014 is available online, but not its detailed version and execution.
Consolidated spending data from 2008 to 2015 can be queried through an online database.
Data is on transactional level and it is very detailed and in a monthly report - http://www.finanzas.gob.ec/transparencia/
Election results are published on this website, with a copyright notice in the footer.
Secretaría Nacional del Agua makes research studies about water quality like this one: http://www.agua.gob.ec/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2012/07/InformeCocaFinal1.pdf. A few of them, outdated in pdf format, are available at their website, http://www.agua.gob.ec/biblioteca/ ("Informes").
Public transport services in Ecuador are privately managed. There are no national-level government operated public transport services. Trains are operated by the government, though these are used only for tourism services and not for public transportation. There are other city-level public transport services operated or commissioned by local governments, like Metrovía in Guayaquil and Trolebus in Quito. This question was answered considering privately operated national-level public transport services (interprovincial buses). Most timetables are available in printed form, and some bus companies have it published on their websites.
Subscription to Registro Oficial currently costs USD 140 per semester for digital version including taxes. It includes all laws, statutes and regulations since 2009. Many laws are available online for free, but only Registro Oficial includes all published and valid laws, regulations from every government office.
Postcodes were launched in Ecuador in 2013.
Each local government manages the land ownership database which is not available to the public. Usually land owners can query the database to know how much they need to pay for property tax each year. In order to query the database you need to know the property cadastral code.
seem the data only exist for the city of Quito for all Pollutant link because the data is only existent for one city its may need to change the data dosnt exist
Available data is now not current. The last census was on 2010. There are also datasets from 2011 and 2012. Other data does not show clearly its date.
- Georg Neumann
- Paula Alzualde
- Kamil Gregor
- Mor Rubinstein
- Zach Christensen
- Stephen Gates
- Nisha Thompson
- yar michl
- Rebecca Sentance
- Mariel García M
- Tryggvi Björgvinsson
- Codrina Maria Ilie
- Eduardo Bejar
- Julio Lopez
- Mariel García M
- Mor Rubinstein