Oman

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Breakdown

Dataset Breakdown Info Year Score Admin
National Statistics
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2016 83%
National Statistics

The official Omani data portal provides statistics on population, GDP, oil prices, international trade, public finance, and other topics, but not unemployment. The data in many of these sections does not appear to be up to date, with some not being updated for more than two years.


Government Budget
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2016 78%
Government Budget

The Financial Law in Oman requires the Annual Budget to be ratified by Royal Decree, which means that it must be published in the Official Gazette as an official document exempt from copyright protection.


National Maps
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2016 50%
National Maps

The National Centre for Statistics and Information has a dedicated portal for Geospatial Data, the maps are detailed and offer a variety of information lawyers. However, to download the data, you must register. Registration is free, but requires contacting the authority and individual approval.


Government Spending
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2016 17%
Government Spending

The Omani government does not appear to collect spending details at a transaction level through a central institution.


Election Results
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2016 0%
Election Results

The Ministry of Interior has a website dedicated to all popular elections such as Shura Council (Parliament) and the Municipal Councils. However, the website does not appear to have any historic data and shows only most recent election (in this case the Municipal Council), the data on the website is nominal and does not provide any numbers except list of final candidates and the list of voters.


Company Register
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2016 0%
National Laws
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2016 0%
Draft Legislation
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2016 0%
Draft Legislation

Draft legislation prepared by the executive branch of the government is available in the Ministry of Legal Affairs prior to passing it to the Cabinet. Draft legislation is also available at the Council of Oman (the Parliament) prior to Royal Assent, however, there is currently no mechanism in Oman to enable members of the public to access these documents.


Locations
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2016 0%
Administrative Boundaries
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2016 0%
Administrative Boundaries

Reject original submission as does not match characteristic of Boundary Level 1 + 2


Air Quality
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2016 0%
Procurement
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2016 0%
Procurement

The Tender Board used to publish tender details on its website ( http://www.tenderboard.gov.om ), but the relevant section on the newly redesigned website does not appear to be working. It is not possible to verify if this is a temporary problem or an issue that has been happening for a while.


Water Quality
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2016 0%
Water Quality

Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources monitors water sources as can been seen on the website (http://mrmwr.gov.om/new/en/Search.aspx?q=water%20quality). There is data about monitoring station, but no data about water quality. They refer to water quality assessments here http://www.mrmwr.gov.om/Downloads_Files/Water%20Atlas%20E.pdf


Land Ownership
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2016 0%
Land Ownership

The Ministry of Housing of Oman has an electronic database for lands in the country that it uses to administer land registrations. An interface has been made available for residents in the capital to access the data for own property on the system ( https://eservices.housing.gov.om/arb/Pages/Maps.aspx ). It is not possible to generally browse the database or look up properties owned by other people.


Weather Forecast
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2016 0%
Weather Forecast

Directorate General of Meteorology provides a lot of climate data to the public. The website has a section for providing simple weather details for specific cities in Oman and shows the temperature changes for the next three (not five) days for each city. ( http://www.met.gov.om/opencms/export/sites/default/dgman/en/weather-chart/oman-cities/index.html ) There is a section for historic data for the past 12 months. The website also has a more elaborate interactive map that allows the user to overlay different weather layers and playback the predicted changes for several future days. ( http://www.met.gov.om/opencms/export/sites/default/dgman/en/weather-chart/map-data/ ) The website is difficult to navigate and browsing by map is not intuitive and very slow. Also, the raw data does not appear to be available for download directly.