The report, "Transparencia Activa - Resultados 2014, Organos de la administración central," by Consejo para la transparencia (The Transparency Council) performed an active transparency assessment by evaluating the websites of 329 pubic entities in Chile, based on usability and their ability to meet 15 criteria that are considered “mandatory information”.
Focusing on the access to Information Act (LAI) .1 the present study 'Balanço de 1 ano da lei de acesso à informação pública', developed by ARTICLE 19 South America, presents the results of the first monitoring of decisions involving access to information that reached the Summit of the Brazilian judiciary (Supreme Court and Superior Court of Justice). This report also presents the results of a check-list of active and passive transparency of organs of the Judiciary and the public prosecutor's Office.
The report "Segundo Reporte y Balance Anual 2013 de la 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 from the active transparency evaluation from 68 regional government agencies in Peru from the executive branch. The audit assessed the compliance with 9 categories of information required by the law to be published online. The data was collected between July and December of 2013.
The report "Segundo monitoreo al cumplimiento de la Ley de Acceso a la Información Pública" presents the results from an active transparency audit of 74 public institutions in El Salvador. The study assessed the disclosure of official information on the websites of these institutions between March 1st and May 1st of 2013. The evaluation examined 21 items, based on the stipulations of Article 10 of the Access to Public Information Act.
This report describes the legal framework, institutions created, and activities implemented in El Salvador to improve: i) Access to Information, ii) Citizen participation, iii) Accountability, and iv) Promotion of ethic and democratic values. It includes the results from the evaluation for compliance with the transparency law, where in disclosure of information was assessed on the official websites from 68 public institutions under the executive branch.
The work 'Um derecho débil: investigación sobre el derecho de acceso a la información pública en Argentina' is an investigation made by the Association for civil rights (ADC) through which sought to assess how the National Executive Branch responds to public requests for information in accordance with Decree 1172/03.
The 2013 edition of the report, El costo de la legitimidad: el uso de la publicidad oficial en las entidades federativas, discusses the use and transparency of public advertising in Mexico.
The report "Monitoreo de Transparencia a la Corte Suprema de Justicia 2012 - 2013" includes the results from the active transparency evaluation from El Salvador. The assessment used 21 indicators grouped into 4 parameters to measure the compliance with the disclosure of information required by the Access to Public Information Law (LAIP).
The report "Índice de Transparencia Activa en Línea. Versión 2013" includes the results from an active transparency analysis conducted by the Centro de Archivos y Acceso a la Información Pública (Center for Archives and Access to Public Information (Cainfo)) and the Universidad Católica del Uruguai (Catholic University of Uruguay), with the objective to identify barriers to access public information based on 47 indicators. For this study, the websites of 113 public entities were evaluated between October 10, 2013 March 17, 2014.
The report 'Barreras de Acesso a la Informacíon Pública en Municipios em 2013' carried out by Fundacíon Pro Acesso presents the results of their anual research on Transparency matters. The audit sent one information request to each municipality in the country and the requests were sent preferably by virtual comunication. The goal was to measure the barriers to requesting information.