Data collected with subsidietrekker.nl has been explored with Silk, a tool that displays interactive charts, maps and web pages. How we got the data is a … Read more
Starting with the central borough of the city of Amsterdam, in 2013 Open State Foundation launched Openspending.nl. What has been done around openspending.nl in 2014. An … Read more
The Dutch government has decided to do a government wide data inventory and publish its results in spring 2015. The coordinating minister for open data in … Read more
The Dutch Open Hackathon announced the following winners after an event this weekend of over 30 hours and with 360 registered participants
On the eve of the beginning of the parliamentary year in the Netherlands, Open State Foundation has five recommendations for the government.
A group of 107 civil society organizations from around the world, including Open State Foundation, Sunlight Foundation, the Latin American Legislative Network, Open Knowledge and Access … Read more
The Netherlands Health Authority has two weeks to take a decision over the disclosure of data on all declared healthcare costs per healthcare provider.
By using the Open Culture Data API-RSS-Feed you can easily change your Windows-computer into an art museum.
Some 6,777 grants with a total value of 2.5 billion euros from nine provinces in the Netherlands have been added to Subsidietrekker.nl.
The government of the Netherlands still lags behind in opening data to the public. The number of accessible datasets via the Dutch government open data portal … Read more
With Subsidietrekker.nl all 21,850 Dutch government grants awarded in 2013 by various ministries are made openly searchable.
There are interesting things happening with election data around the world. In the Netherlands, however, this information is not accessible or restricted while it would open … Read more
On the platform openspending.nl the financial details of ten new municipalities have been added as of today.
The province is Groningen is the first regional government in the Netherlands that has made its financial information publicly available as open data via openspending.nl. Every … Read more
BikeCityGuide and Nostalgeo which make use of open data to guide cyclists around cities and combine old postcards with contemporary street views have been announced as … Read more
All across the world governments are releasing increasingly more open data. Developers still end up frustrated putting open data to proper use.
On the platform openspending.nl the financial details of Utrecht, The Hague and Enschede are available today.
At the International Business Lounge at FutureEverything in Manchester (31st March – 1st April 2014) ten finalists of Apps for Europe will showcase and pitch there open data based … Read more
Recent diplomatic activity around the crisis in the Ukraine is not only headline news but deleted tweets of diplomats and embassies show another side of the … Read more
In the Netherlands it hasn’t been easy to find the right school for your children. The education system is confusing for many although the Dutch education … Read more
Finding interesting open culture datasets can be the most difficult part of producing new innovative apps. This year, however, we will embark upon a new strategy … Read more
Are you making an open data based app?Apps for Europe is running an online competition to find the best app developers across the continent.
Het beleid rond open data in Nederland moet ambitieuzer. Open State stuurde een open data briefing naar het parlement.
Our venerable electoral choice tool `Wie kies jij?’ (`Who do you pick?’) had been recently relaunched for the upcoming Dutch elections and has been featured on … Read more