Greenland provides public records system as open source
During the first months of 2018, the government of Greenland will provide its new Grunddata public records system. This software solution will be published as open source. The new Grunddata system includes basic data records, information related to people, companies, properties and addresses.
Greenland, an autonomous country in the Kingdom of Denmark, initially opted for using the Danish Grunddata software. After evaluating the costs and considering the differences between the Danish and the Greenlandic Grunddata systems, the Greenlandic Agency for Digitisation decided to build their own software solution. The source code will most likely be published on GitHub.
Visit the website of the Greenlandic Agency for Digitisation to find additional news on the new Grunddata software.