THE DIGITAL BAROMETER OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

A summary of the level of digitisation of our services and their use

CITIZEN USE INDEX Information about CITIZEN USE INDEX

- 338.32 -

COMPANY USE INDEX Information about COMPANY USE INDEX

- 231.91 -

GOVERNMENT USE INDEX Information about GOVERNMENT USE INDEX

- 224.72 -

eHEALTH USE INDEX Information about eHEALTH USE INDEX

- 155.24 -

EVOLUTION OF CUMULATIVE ANNUAL COST REDUCTION PER TARGET GROUP

The following eGovernment applications were surveyed for the calculation of the administrative cost savings for citizens: Electronic unemployment card, Police-On-Web, eBirth, Electronic Service Cheques, Tax-On-Web, My File and MyRent.

The following eGovernment applications were surveyed for the calculation of the administrative cost savings for companies: BIZTAX, Vierde weg, e-Depot, e-Griffie, Digichambers & MyRentPro.

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Open data barometer

READINESS 2015 2016 2017
SCORE 34% 48% 66%
POINTS (out of total 1500) 422 640 990
RANKING 23 23 22

"BELGIAN STREETS AND ADDRESSES" (BEST) AVAILABLE AS OPEN DATA

The DG Digital Transformation provides a consolidated file of the address data of the 3 Regions in the form of open data. This project is the result of an intense collaboration between the various regional and federal public services.

These XML files contain the official addresses (street names + street numbers and postal codes) with their corresponding geographical coordinates, and can be reused free of charge by citizens, companies and other interested parties, as long as the source is mentioned. The files do not contain any personal data.

"According to the Open Data Task Force, this is an important step in the reuse of public sector information," says Bart Hanssens, interoperability expert for the federal service integrator at DG Digital Transformation. "Not only does this data set perform well in international comparisons, but these frequently requested files are also very useful, for example, to check the correct spelling of street names or to match many other data in geographical applications. »

Bart Hanssens also sees opportunities to work with data from the outset: "At the annual Open Summer of Code event in July 2019, BOSA's DG TD will have open source tools developed by a team of enthusiastic students. The code from these applications can then be reused free of charge. 

Would you like more information about open data? Contact us via the contact form or send an e-mail to opendata@belgium.be.