[ddj] Salaries of public employees by name?
tom.wills at thetimes.co.uk
Mon Jan 11 11:29:56 UTC 2016
Quite a few UK government departments publish named salary data, e.g.
the Cabinet Office:
and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office:
You can find many more at https://data.gov.uk
On 11 January 2016 at 09:58, Riccardo Valletti
<riccardo at datatellers.info> wrote:
> Hi Sandra,
> happy to help you! I've been following you for the last two years and
> appreciating your job very much.
> Italian transparency low says that every single public manager has to
> publish his salary, and in case of congress and senate, politicians have to
> publish their whole fiscal declaration
> Here are the links:
> Camera dei deputati (congress), here you'll find a map of their sits, by
> clicking on one of them you'll open the congressman page and on the top
> right of that page there is the link for his/her declaration
> Senato: almost the same, the link is on the third tab in the profile page of
> each senator
> From the local ponti of view (I live in Bolzano), each region has his own
> open data portal... here is the Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano's one.
> They all are actual salaries and income by name and by year, divided into
> diverse kind of salary components.
> Hope this is enough,
> bye, looking forward to reading your peace.
> 2016-01-10 21:28 GMT+01:00 Sandra Crucianelli <sandracrucianelli at gmail.com>:
>> I'm writing an articule based on open data; about transparency laws in
>> conflict with laws of protecting personal data.
>> And I need some examples of European countries
>> I'm looking for sites oGov or NGOs to publish salaries of public
>> employees, by name, function or type of position
>> I have several examples in North America and Latin America, but not in
>> Europe. Neither of Africa, Asia or Australia
>> Are there any European country to publish the salaries of public employees
>> by name?
>> Can you share with me the URL?
>> I appreciate your help !
>> Thank you!
>> Sandra Crucianelli
>> Knight International Journalism Fellowship
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