The CityVizor application is based on open data related to the budgetary management of cities and municipalities. The aim of the project is to offer towns and municipalities a simple possibility to make their budgetary data available to the public. CityVizor is built on the principle of shared service and is run by the Open Cities Association and the ÄŒesko.Digital community. The application was developed by employees of the Ministry of Finance using TypeScript, ExpressJS, NodeJS and Postgre.
Open source means other countries could freely adapt this for their own use if their citizens wanted to monitor budgets. See https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/collection/open-source-observatory-osor/news/prague-budget-transparency-app.
Here in South Africa at municipality level we have https://municipalmoney.gov.za
which was an open source project by our National Treasury.
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