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    How does Indiana compare. . .

    Thirty-two states allow residents to access detailed information about government expenditures online. Open government initiatives can save millions of taxpayer dollars through more efficient government operations, more competitive contracting bids and lower risk of fraud. Transparency also allows states to track how well subsidies and tax incentives deliver results and to reinvest dollars from underperforming programs into more successful ones.

    Listed below are a few states that have open government and transparency websites. Click the link below each state to view its website.

    Kentucky:
    opendoor.ky.gov

    Ohio:
    transparency.ohio.gov

    Illinois:
    accountability.illinois.gov

    Missouri:
    mapyourtaxes.mo.gov/MAP/Portal

    Texas:
    texastransparency.org

    Alabama:
    open.alabama.gov

    Hawaii:
    hawaii.gov/spo2

    Nevada:
    open.nv.gov

    Colorado
    tops.state.co.us

    New York
    http://www.openbooknewyork.com/

    Virginia
    datapoint.apa.virginia.gov

    Kansas
    kansas.gov/KanView

    North Carolina
    http://www.ncopenbook.gov/NCOpenBook/

    Utah
    utah.gov/transparency

    Rhode Island
    ri.gov/opengovernment

    Delaware
    checkbook.delaware.gov

    Oklahoma
    ok.gov/okaa

    Maryland
    spending.dbm.maryland.gov

    Oregon
    oregon.gov/transparency

    Tennessee
    tn.gov/opengov

    South Dakota
    open.sd.gov


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