The hub stores current and past data on demographics, health, housing, and business prospects. A profiler tool helps users create maps, charts, and tables of different metrics across data categories. City personnel added the correlator feature to show how any two metrics correlate to each other. The comparator tool creates side-by-side maps for ward-level comparisons. Coventry produced the Citywide Intelligence Hub to accompany its Joint Strategic Needs Assessment.
The city's Migration Team developed the app to compile resources for asylum applicants, migrants, and refugees. Newcomers to Coventry learn how to navigate British culture, language, and law in the Everyday Life section. A map allows the user to find health, education, and housing resources in their neighborhood. City staffers included the Browser Aloud feature to translate content into a long list of languages.
This voucher program offers $40 in discounts per day to more than 350 registered local businesses. Customers show digital codes at checkout ranging from $2.50 off for purchases of $10 or more to $20 off for purchases exceeding $80. An initial fund of $300,000 was exhausted in less than one month due to the program's popularity. Territorial officials provided $200,000 to continue myDarwin along with $1 million in matching funds to other councils pursuing comparable programs.
London Borough of Haringey developed the Haringey Procurement and Contract System (HPCS) portal to advertise procurement opportunities not covered by the Council's Dynamic Purchasing Systems. Any suppliers active within the past 18 months were automatically registered while inactive or new suppliers must complete the accreditation process. Users receive customized alerts for council contract opportunities based on their selected Goods, Works or Services categories.