A implementação do acesso à informação pública: o que pensam os servidores

This article is based on in-depth interviews with 15 public officials in order to understand their views on how to implement access to information legislation.

Evaluating Readiness to Implement Open Government: The Brazilian Case in Comparative Perspective

This paper explores Brazil's ongoing experience with regulating the constitutional right to access government documents, and developing a means of universalizing access. It also describes the results of an assessment of government institutions' "readiness" to grant public access, discusses the main findings, and compares this experience to those of other countries.