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The growing development of the Open Government Model leads to an organizational revolution by breaking down organizational boundaries and providing greater access to information. It also can allow the increasing of transparency in public agencies and citizen participation, enhancing collaboration and facilitating democratic processes. Transparency and open data can be powerful tools to stimulate and support public services’ improvements, faster innovation and empower citizens’ rights. So actually many governmental organizations are reviewing and rearranging their processes, information and data to improve policies, enhance legitimacy and openness toward outside parties and citizens. Without an
“open” public knowledge is not possible to establish a culture of collaboration and participation among the main stakeholders.