The Administration is obliged by law to be transparent. Among other things, this means it must facilitate proactively – and thus without the need to be expressly asked – information about its organisation, operation, how the most important decisions are taken and the management of public resources. These contents or documents have been prepared by the Administration or it has them because they have been provided by others.
Consequently, the Administration must make available such information as may be necessary for the public to evaluate its management. And it must do so offering these data in a way that is understandable to all. The data must be up-to-date, true and accessible for people with disabilities, and preferably reusable. Reusable information is understood to be that which the public Administration has generated and with which people, enterprises and organisations can create new projects and/or services for other publics or target groups.