Using the official budget records for some 500 subnational governments in Indonesia the maps and other data access tools provide a range of government revenue and government expenditure related indicators that help to reveal the workings of subnational governments across the country. The information aims to support informed community discussion and debate about how and why subnational budgets differ from each other and how particular subnational budgets in Indonesia could be improved into the future.

 

It is expected that many people and organisations will benefit from being able to access this information. This includes, governments responsible for administering the budget themselves, researchers and policy advisors, budget-related advocacy groups, the media, and anyone else interested in getting a better understanding of what governments of Indonesia are doing to provide public services and to pursue development priorities.