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What is Open Spending, background, why is this, what can we do from it. What is next?

What is Open Spending, background, why is this, what can we do from it. What is next?

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    • Open Spending City Spending Data Party 2013 Kathmandu Nepal OpenSpending Prakash Neupane Ambassador Open Knowledge Foundation Nepal http://np.okfn.org
    • Back ground ● Every citizen pay tax to their government. ● A huge money come from foreign donors in support to development. ● Government spend budget for their nation and citizens ● Different Agencies/organizations has taken money from donors to complete projects ● It is the right of people to know about their money. ● Government and Organization who have funded have to show their account and activities
    • Open Spending Open Spending is about Mapping the Money Where is comes from and where it goes to Our aim is to track every (public) government and corporate financial transaction across the world and present it in useful and engaging forms from for anyone from a school child to data geek.
    • Open Spending Open Spending is about Mapping the Money Where is comes from and where it goes to Our aim is to track every (public) government and corporate financial transaction across the world and present it in useful and engaging forms from for anyone from a school child to data geek.
    • Open Accessible Data .
    • Slice Down Visualization: TreeMap .
    • Slice Down Visualization: BubbleTree .
    • Where does my money goes .
    • Where does my money goes .
    • Source of Budget .
    • Analysis .
    • How other have used .
    • Next? .
    • Reference ● http://wheredoesmymoneygo.org ● http://openspending.org ● http://de.slideshare.net/jwyg/open-spending ● http://www.slideshare.net/lucyfedia/open-spending-