Increased transparency through open data
In 2014, the city council in Aarhus adopted what they called the Aarhus Goals, which serve as benchmarks for the direction in which the city council wishes to develop the city. To support the Aarhus Goals, an app was developed for the municipality's politicians at the beginning of 2016, describing developments in the various goals. After working briefly on the app in the political circles, it was decided that it should be shared with the city's citizens.
Ministry of Education
The portal was launched in early 2016 and had over 100.000 visitors during the launch. It is part of the Ministry's Openness Initiative, which provides students, parents, teachers, management, and school leaders with access to data about individual primary schools and thus provide a good basis for dialogue about school development.
Read more about the solution here
This solution is available via Viborg municipality's website, where the citizens of the municipality and other interested parties can easily and comprehensively explore a variety of different information. Users can dive into the individual subject areas and check up on the level of service, compare different institutions, and more. From the individual key figures analysis, users can link to a similar analysis within the country's other municipalities. For this purpose, FLIS's key figures are used.