The National Institute for Transparency, Access to Information and Personal Data Protection of Mexico (INAI) is the autonomous constitutional body that guarantees compliance with two fundamental rights: access to public information and personal data protection.
For the first one, it guarantees that any authority at the federal level, autonomous bodies, political parties, escrows, public funds and unions; or any natural or legal person who receives and exercises public resources or performs acts of authority, delivers the public information you request.
For the second one, it guarantees the proper use of personal data, as well as the exercise and protection of the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition that everyone has with respect to their information.
Its mission is guarantee in the Mexican State the exercise of both rights rights of people to public information and the protection of their personal data, as well as promote a culture of transparency, accountability and proper treatment of personal data to strengthen an inclusive and participatory society.
The highest management body of INAI is the Plenary, which is integrated by seven Commissioners appointed by the Senate of the Republic, who meet periodically and whose functions are established in the Constitution and in applicable laws on the matter, always promoting Transparency, Access to information and Personal data protection.
Nowadays INAI is the Chair and Secretariat of the International Conference of Information Commissioners (ICIC) and is the Host of the 13th Edition of the ICIC.