Opengov.se is an initiative to highlight available public datasets in Sweden. It contains a commentable catalog of government datasets, their formats and usage restrictions. The percent figure on the start page indicates the share of datasets that are available with an open license and in at least one open format.
The goal is to highlight the benefits of open access to government data and explain how this is done in practice.
A second goal is to enable public access to the documents that constitute the government decision-making process. A first step in this direction was launched in September 2009 with the Govtrack section. Currently it is possible to browse government committee instructions scraped from the government website. These are linked to committees, departments, laws and European union legal acts, enabling citizens to monitor when committees are formed in a particular area. An API based on Google's GData protocol enables citizens to create custom feeds.