Media owner and publisher

Federal Ministry of Finance
Johannesgasse 5, 1010 Vienna
Phone: +43 1 51433-0

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BVerg 2018 / BVergKonz 2018

If you have questions about BVergG 2018 and BVergGKonz 2018, metadata and core data according to Annex VII and Annex VIII, please click here for more information.


Federal Ministry of Finance and Municipality of the City of Vienna


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Technical support

Federal Computer Center Ltd. uses the open source solutions CKAN and WordPress as its technical basis.

Media owner

Disclosure pursuant to Section 25 of the Austrian Media Act (MedienG)

Media owners are the federal ministries, authorities or partners that provided the data and are identified as such in the metadata (media owner/date of last provision – see also metadata field “Publishing body”).

Basic direction

All data sets made available as open administrative data in Austria are to be centrally located on

Terms of use.

Image rights


The logo “” is protected by copyright and may only be used with the express written permission of the Federal Ministry of Finance. However, the members of the “Cooperation OGD Austria” (see may use the logo for the purposes of this cooperation without express permission.

To identify Open Data projects, third parties are therefore recommended to use the Open Data logo , which is provided by OKFN at When using the Open Data logo, it is recommended to use the name OKFN. See also

Privacy policy

The privacy policy is available at

Accessibility declaration

You can find the accessibility statement at

Information Reuse Act 2022

Directive (RL) (EU) 2019/1024 on open data and the re-use of public sector information (recast), OJ. No. L 172, 26.06.2019 p. 56 was implemented in Austria by the Information Reuse Act 2022. It standardizes rights concerning the re-use of public sector documents.


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