The Accelerated Data Programme (ADP) held its sixth quality assessment workshop in Quito Ecuador from 26 October to 30 November. Five countries attended including: Perú, Ecuador, Bolivia, Costa Rica and Colombia. The countries underwent a rigorous review of the quality of their outputs including a review of their documentation and the quality and appearance of the national data archive. Performance indicators were defined in terms of:

  • Quality
  • Productivity
  • User Management
  • Institutionalization

This workshop was also a consultative workshop to discuss the results of the findings. 



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