Welcome to OpenSpending, the community-driven project creating a free and open database of public financial transactions worldwide.
Database and Visualizations
The online, browsable version of the database can be found at OpenSpending.org
From the Blog
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Help map spending projects around world! - OpenSpending data is used in projects across the globe by students, journalists, activists, news media, governments, and others. Browse the map to discover some of these exciting projects, and get ideas for your own spending tracking projects. News Editor Anna Flagg has now created an upgraded map of spending projects from around the world. The […]
BudgIT: An App and Platform to track service delivery - I swim in an innovation pool that boasts of developers, interface designers, programmers and entrepreneurs called Co-Creation Hub. Located in the emerging tech district in Lagos, Co-Creation Hub is the geek’s nest and the innovator’s hub. I am a faithful of that academy that picked me up from the bank’s cubicle to lead BudgIT, the […]
LinkedSpending: OpenSpending becomes Linked Open Data - The LinkedSpending project converts the OpenSpending data to RDF and publishes the resulting data. This data is represented in the RDF Data Cube format and is freely available and openly licensed. Conversion All of the OpenSpending datasets describe observations referring to a specific point or period in time and thus undergo only minor changes. New […]