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Presentation of use cases on Japan Government policy assessment.

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  1. 1. Measurement for Policy in Japan 2018-11 0
  2. 2. Overview  The Government provides tools to plan and evaluate policies. 1 Review of Administrative program IT dashboard (IT project review) RESAS (the Regional Economy Society Analyzing System) jSTAT map (Regional statistical visualization system for micro area) National Local You can see the results by comparing policy locations and statistics.
  4. 4. Project review for all policies  All policies must be evaluated in this review process. 3 Budget Project Review Review sheets Title Abstract Result of spending Result of KGI Result of KPI Opinion of project owner Stakeholders Open Data Budget sheets Title Abstract Budget KGI KPI Open Data Citizens can see the outcome of the policy.
  6. 6. IT Dashboard for IT systems 5  IT Dashboard is a website where anyone can find out about the Japanese Government's IT investments.  IT Dashboard displays various information related to Government's IT systems including numbers, amount of budgets and progress of cost reductions. IT reportReview sheet
  7. 7. IT investment  Citizen can view the overall investment situation on the top page. 6 Detail information
  8. 8. IT investment  Citizens can switch perspectives and analyze budgets. 7
  9. 9. IT investment  Citizens can switch perspectives and analyze budgets. 8
  10. 10. IT investment  Citizens can see which companies they are operating. 9
  11. 11. IT investment  Citizens can visualize by selecting their own evaluation axis.  They can get open data from this site. 10
  12. 12. Progress of Strategy  Citizens can see the progress of policies. 11
  13. 13. RESAS 12
  14. 14. Outline of RESAS 13
  15. 15. Characteristics of RESAS 1. Anyone can use easy-to-understand screen operations  Data visualization to be understood by the right brain (intuition) and the left brain (logic)  Visualization with “bird’s eye view → insect’s eye view” 2. Reduction of usage costs for nationwide data  Support for policy-making based on data, not from intuition, experience and assumption (local government officials can share analysis cases)  Support for regional revitalization by local residents through open data 3. Endless evolution of the system  The system adds and updates government and private big data that is useful for regional revitalization.  The system evolves and develops as the platform for government and private big data. 14
  16. 16. Map list of RESAS  1.Industry map  1-1.Fireworks map of all industries (*)  1-2.Fireworks map by industry(*)  1-3.Fireworks map by company (*)  1-4.Earning power analysis  1-5.Comparison of SMEs’ and micro enterprises’ financial conditions  1-6.Patent distribution map  1-7.Trends of business location  1-8.Export and import fireworks map  1-9.Trends of companies’ overseas advancement  2.Local economy circular flow map  2-1.Regional economic circular flow map  2-2.Production analysis  2-3.Distribution analysis  2-4.Spending analysis  3.Agriculture, forestry and fisheries map  3-1.Agriculture map • 3-1-1.Agriculture fireworks map • 3-1-2.Sales amount of agricultural products • 3-1-3.Analysis of farmland • 3-1-4.Analysis of farmers  3-2.Forestry map • 3-2-1.Total revenue from forestry  3-3.Fisheries map • 3-3-1.Sales amount of fish catch on the surface sea 15  7.Local government comparison map  7-1. Economic structure • 7-1-1.Number of companies • 7-1-2. Number of business sites • 7-1-3. Number of employees • 7-1-4. Value of manufactured goods shipped • 7-1-5. Annual sales of products • 7-1-6. Added value • 7-1-7. Labor productivity  7-2. Corporate activities • 7-2-1. Start-up ratio • 7-2-2. Ratio of profit-making companies and loss-making companies • 7-2-3. Average age of management (*)  7-3. Labor environment • 7-3-1. Jobs-to-applicants ratio • 7-3-2. Salary per person  7-4. Local government finance • 7-4-1. Local tax per person • 7-4-2. Corporate municipal tax per person • 7-4-3. Fixed asset tax per person  4.Tourism map  4-1.From-to analysis (staying population)  4-2.Staying population rate  4-3.Mesh analysis (floating population)  4-4.Destination analysis  4-5.Foreign tourists’ visit analysis  4-6.Foreign tourists’ stay analysis  4-7.Foreign tourists’ mesh analysis  4-8.Foreign tourists’ entrance and departure at airport analysis  4-9.Foreign tourists’ travel correlation analysis  4-10.Foreign tourists’ spending fireworks map  4-11.Foreign tourists’ spending analysis  5.Population map  5-1.Demographic structure  5-2.Increase/decrease in population  5-3.Natural increase/decrease in population  5-4.Social increase/decrease in population  5-5.Estimate of future population  6.Consumption map  6-1.Consumption fireworks map  6-2.From-to analysis(consumption trend) * “Limited menu” that is available for national and local government officials under certain conditions.
  17. 17. Analysis for industry  Understanding of major industries by municipality that support each region 16
  18. 18. Local economic circular flow map  Visualization” of money flow in the region by municipality  “Data for local economic circular flow analysis” by municipality is prepared. (Based on the calculation of prefectural economy and other published data, figures by municipality are estimated.)  This enables to understand the whole picture of and characteristics of the regional economy from the flow of funds. 17
  19. 19. Tourism map  Visualize people's movements in tourist areas. 18
  20. 20. Tourism map  Situation of foreign tourists’ stay in each prefecture by their country  Moves just before and after their visit to Fukuoka Prefecture are shown 19
  21. 21. Tourism map  Breakdown of spending on card by foreign tourists by their country 20
  22. 22. Local government comparison map  Comparison of an arbitrary local government with other local governments from various points of view 21
  23. 23. jSTAT MAP 22
  24. 24. Outline of jSTAT map  This is a tool that uses statistical data to perform Street-level analysis.  Citizen can use the national statistics and your own data to analyze trade and activity areas. 23
  25. 25. Analysis for nursery  You can view the nursery position and the child's population together. 24 In addition to the circle area, you can also choose to be within a 5- minute walk.