Information about the website

The website serves the central government, citizens, the local government sector, organisations and companies. This site is informative in nature. You can give feedback on the website using the feedback form at the bottom of each web page or send it directly to

Website content

The service provides a compilation of data on municipalities, joint municipal authorities, Finnish regions and the central government in its separate sections.

Municipalities section

  • Monitoring of key figures in municipalities (e.g., demographic structure, social and health services, central government transfers)
  • Finances of municipalities and joint municipal authorities (budgets and financial plans, actual financial performance data in stages from April 2021 onwards)
  • Open interface to Financial information service for municipalities
  • ABCs of municipal finances

Regions section

  • Population
  • Regional economy
  • Employment
  • Health and well-being
  • Competence and renewal
  • Living environment

Government section

  • Finances
  • Personnel
  • Premises
  • Performance
  • Open interfaces (financial and personnel data)
  • Descriptions of shared data areas in central government (e.g., finances, personnel, ICT)
  • ABCs of central government

Recommended browsers

The website is compatible with all the latest browsers, including Google Chrome, Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Safari. We recommend using the latest browser versions on both mobile and desktop devices. Internet Explorer (IE) no longer supports the new network standards, so, if possible, we recommend using other browsers to ensure secure use of our website and to enjoy the best user experience.

Website privacy protection

In all its personal data protection activities, it is the objective of the State Treasury to ensure that the rights of data subjects are enforced and that personal information is processed according to legislation and the State Treasury data protection principles.


Site accessibility

This accessibility statement concerns the website and was created on 27 January 2020. This statement was updated on 6 April 2021. The accessibility of the site was audited in March 2021. The accessibility audit has identified shortcomings, which we will address during the spring of 2021. We are constantly working on improving accessibility.



You can give us feedback using the feedback form. You will find the feedback form at the bottom of the page. Please do not include any personal information, such as your name, address, or personal identity code, in your message.


Unless otherwise stated, the rights to the material in the service belong to the State Treasury. You are free to link to the content of the website when the link opens the whole site. Press releases, news and other material intended for public use can be published freely. It is recommended that the source be mentioned in connection with the publication.

The website also contains links to other websites. The State Treasury is not responsible for the content, availability, accuracy of data, ownership or copyrights of the services provided by such external service providers.

Liability issues

The purpose of the website is to provide reliable and up-to-date information on the public administrations’ operations. The aim is to keep the information on the website as up-to-date and correct as possible.

The State Treasury is not responsible for direct or indirect damages, costs or inconvenience caused by the website it provides (e.g., incorrect information) or technical incidents on the site.