"Enabling Civic Tech Ecosystems and Open Election Data Readiness to Improve the Integrity of Elections in Indonesia" aims to assess and assist in planning what actions should be considered to promote viable election civic tech programs that will include functionality to enable open data using specific mechanisms, such as APIs or exported files.
The research involved a rapid diagnostic of dimensions considered essential for the success of program development. From the analysis of those dimensions, the study provides recommendations on how best to support sustainable strategies, with which partners, using what appropriate and viable technology and making the best use of what data, to enable which priority election services and most important of all empower citizens through this process.
This research also provides a holistic assessment of the availability of key datasets. The assessment considers whether and which key datasets are available, what would need to be done to make critical public data that are not yet available, and how best to leverage those data sets already made public.
Based on the findings of this research, it can be concluded that the civic tech ecosystem and open election data in Indonesia are moderately good with existing vibrant civil society and civic election tech and the commitment of the EMBs to provide open election data. We highlight our analysis of the findings and ratings in general regarding the civic tech ecosystem in Indonesia in this book.