Regional Development Indicators Module (RAIM) is a tool for monitoring regional development and supporting decision-making, evaluating the development trends of the local government territory, as well as preparing and monitoring development programs.
The aim of RAIM is to ensure the availability of information to specialists of the state, local governments, planning regions, investors and the general public in order to promote a unified and comprehensive understanding of public administration, local government institutions and the public about regional policy and territorial development perspectives.
The maintenance and use of the regional development indicator module, the exchange of information between the institutions involved in its activities, the procedure for obtaining, processing, storing and disseminating information, as well as the procedure for data exchange between other state information systems are regulated by Cabinet Regulation No. 367 of 1 July 2014 development monitoring and evaluation procedures ”.
Information available to RAIM:
Socio-economic indicators are used to analyze the social and economic development trends of individual territories of the country. It is a quantitative information about the economic development of the country's territories and the quality of life of the population. All these indicators are available for the country as a whole, as well as for the breakdown of individual national territories and for a specific period of time. The information used is both from the indicators included in the national statistical program and from other administrative data sources. Derivatives based on available core indicators are available for more detailed analysis.
Indicators of sectoral policy implementation instruments are included to assess the impact of the implementation of sectoral policies on the development of national territories and how coordinated it is. For this purpose, information on the largest support instruments has been used, primarily from the European Union Structural Funds and Cohesion Fund management information system, indicators of programs administered by the Rural Support Service and information from the Treasury.
Sources of information:
Central Statistical Bureau, Spatial Development Planning Information System, State Revenue Service, Treasury, State Social Insurance Agency, Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs, State Employment Agency, Ministry of Education and Science, Latvian State Roads, Ministry of Welfare, Register of Enterprises, European Union Structural Funds and Cohesion Fund Management Information System, Rural Support Service, Information Center of the Ministry of the Interior, A / S "Sadales tīkls".
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When using RAIM, it is recommended to use Mozilla Firefox as the web browser.