Transparency: for the purposes of Law 19/2014, of 29 December, on transparency, access to public information and good governance (art. 2), transparency is understood as the proactive action of the Administration to give know the information related to their areas of action and their obligations, on a permanent and up-to-date basis, in a way that is more comprehensible to people and through dissemination tools that allow them wide and easy access to data and facilitate their participation in public affairs.
Public Information: for the purposes of Law 19/2014, art. 2, public information is understood to be the information prepared by the Administration and that which it has in its possession as a result of its activity or exercise. of its functions, including that provided to it by other obligated subjects in accordance with the provisions of this law.
Right of access to public information: for the purposes of Law 19/2014, art. 2, the right of access to public information means the subjective right that is recognized to people to request and obtain public information, in the terms and conditions regulated by this law.
Good governance: for the purposes of Law 19/2014, art. 2, good governance means the principles, obligations and rules on the quality of services and the functioning of the Administration, and the ethical and good principles. practices in accordance with which the senior officials of the Administration, the managerial positions and the rest of the personnel in the service of the Administration must act, with the aim that this one works with the maximum transparency, quality and equity, and with a guarantee of accountability.
Open government: for the purposes of Law 19/2014, art.2, open government is understood as the measures to establish a permanent and two-way relationship and dialogue between the Administration and the people when defining and applying public policies, and to introduce and develop instruments of citizen participation and collaboration in public affairs.
Public administration: for the purposes of Law 19/2014, art. 2, public administration means public administrations and bodies, public bodies and instrumental entities of the public sector and entities linked to the Administration to which it refers. Article 3.1.a, b, and c, and the other public bodies and institutions included in Article 3.1.b.
Stakeholders: for the purposes of Law 19/2014, art.2, private groups are understood to be natural or legal persons of a private nature who carry out actions of active participation in public policies or in decision-making processes. in Catalonia in order to influence the orientation of these policies in defense of one's own interest or that of third parties, or of a general interest.
Obliged subjects: for the purposes of Law 19/2014, art. 2, obligated subjects are understood to be all natural or legal persons with respect to whom this law imposes duties and obligations.
Active advertising: for the purposes of Law 19/2014, art. 2, active advertising is understood as the duty of the subjects obliged to make public, ex officio, the contents of public information determined by Chapter II of Title II.
Metadata: data that describes the context, content and structure of documents and their management over time.