The report, "The Brazilian State and Transparency" by the FGV Public Transparency Program conducted the audit by sending 264 requests for information to 40 courts throughout the country. The report evaluated the performance of each of the 7 questions that were sent individually, to determine which subjects were the most and least sensitive.
The report 'Derecho de Acceso a la Información (Modalidad en línea) - Resultados Muicipalidades 2014' by Consejo para la Transparencia (The Transparency Council) presents the results of the 2014 passive transparency audit from municipalities in Chile. The goal was to detect the barriers that prevent citizens from accessing information in institutional websites.
The report "Process of Public Enterprises Supervision" describes the results of an active transparency assessment which analyzed the contents of 30 public companies websites in Chile. The assessment is based on eight categories and a total of 70 mandatory items and 11 best practices. This is the first time the study is conducted. Data were collected between 5 and 7 March 2014.
The report entitled “Diagnosis of Open Parliament in Mexico” presents the results of an assessment of active transparency conducted in the 31 State legislatures, in the Legislative Assembly of the Federal District and in the Chamber of Deputies and in the Senate of the Federal Congress. This diagnosis was undertaken by the Alliance for Open Parliament (APA), constituted by twelve civil society organizations. For the assessment, 10 principles and 95 variables relevant to open parliament were considered. The process of defining the variables as well as the collection and revision of the data were executed between May and December of 2014, and the report was published in April of 2015.
The report "Monitoreo Barreras de acceso a la información pública en municipios 2014" includes the results from a passive transparency evaluation from 345 municipalities in Chile, focused on identifying the barriers during the process of sending information requests. To conduct this study, information requests were sent to each municipality between March 28th and April 25th of 2014.
“Situación del acceso a la información pública em Venezuela 2014”, published by the NGO Espacio Público in may 2015, presents the results of a passive transparency audit conducted between 2011 and 2014, and an assessment of active transparency conducted in 2014. The political themes addressed are varied (economy, health, education, environment, etc.) and the assessed institutions belong to the different branches and levels of government.
The report 'Gobernanza ambiental: uma evaluacíon del Principio 10 em el Ecuador', elaborated by the NGO Centro Equatoriano de Direito Ambiental (Ecuadoran Center for Environmental Law), presents 18 cases related to environmental management in the country. The analysis is centered around the following categories: access to information, public participation, and access to justice, with further emphasis on poverty issues. 48 requests were also made at the Federal and Regional levels to measure the performance of the government on issues related to the Transparency Law in Ecuador.
The 9th edition of the report, "Index of Accessibility to Judicial Information on the Internet," by Centro de Estudos de Justicia de las Américas (Center of Jusice Studies in the Americas) performed an assessment of active transparency through the internet for Pubic Ministries and Courts of Justice in 34 countries that are a part of the Organization of American States (OAS).
The report "Segundo Reporte y Balance Anual 2014 Supervisión a los Portales de Transparencia Estándar de los Ministerios del Poder Ejecutivo, Gobiernos Regionales y Municipalidades Provinciales ubicadas en capitales de departamento" presents the results of an active transparency evaluation of 69 public agencies from the three levels of government by the Peruvian Ombudsman Office. To conduct the study, compliance was assessed by the publication and updating of 10 items (11 in the case of subnational governments). The monitoring was conducted between February 2nd and March 6th of 2015, and the verification of the published and updated information took place between July 1st and December 31st of 2014.
The report, "Segunda fiscalización a Corporaciones Municipales'' do Consejo para la Transparencia (The Transparency Council) evaluated the content and usability of the websites for 53 municipal corporations in Chile . 14 categories were evaluated, which included 253 mandatory items, 27 best practices, and 22 items related to usability.