States continue to introduce online services that expand government transparency.
Current types of transparency solutions include:
Stimulus & recovery tracking
Online services that track the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 spending
by state, agency, category, and recipient. See services...
These interactive and searchable online databases display state revenues and expenses
by fiscal year. See services...
An expanded view of state financials that includes a description of the budgeting
process, appropriation information, annual and monthly spending by agency, and types
of expenses – including employee salaries. See services...
Campaign finance & lobbying disclosure:
A searchable service that shows campaign finance contributions and gifts reported by elected officials and registered lobbyists
during a given reporting period. See services...
Budget allocation tools:
Interactive solutions that allow citizens to view the state’s current budget, adjust
spending levels by buckets, and submit recommendations to the governor’s office.
Consumer Protection Links:
The online ability for businesses and citizens to learn
about and report fraud, scams, and abuse.