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Member States and the Commission will provide online access to information on government laws and regulations, policies and finance.

Indicator Status Evidence
Do you have an Open Data portal? Yes The development of a national portal is identified as a priority in the Government's Public Service Reform Plan - see http://reformplan.per.gov.ie/ In addition, we have for example - http://www.psi.gov.ie for PSI related information; a regional Open Data portal at http://www.dublinked.ie/; and a local Open Data portal at http://data.fingal.ie Information on Ireland's participation in the Open Government Partnership (OGP) can be found at http://per.gov.ie/open-government-partnership-ogp/
Are the data contained in such open data portals reusable for commercial and non-commercial purposes? Yes See answer 1 http://psi.gov.ie/files/2010/03/PSI-Licence.pdf
Do you provide online access to information on government laws and regulations via an open data portal or other means? Yes http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/home.html or via http://www.gov.ie/ or via Apps available at Google Play and the Apple App store
Do you provide online access to information on policies? Yes Government Department publish policy papers on their websites which can be accessed via www.gov.ie. The overall programme for Government is available at http://www.taoiseach.gov.ie/eng/Work_Of_The_Department/Programme_for_Government/Programme_for_Government.html and the Public Service Reform Plan is avaialble at http://reformplan.per.gov.ie/
Do you provide online access to information on government finance? Yes www.budget.gov.ie set out the Budget position for the coming year and contains historical data also. Access to a comprehensive set of data on voted public expenditure in Ireland is available at http://databank.per.gov.ie/ Exchequer Tax Receipts on a monthly basis from January 1984 to present are available at http://databank.finance.gov.ie/