State Spending Transparency Improving

Since it first began evaluating the websites of government organizations in 2010, the Sunshine Review has seen an evolution in the kinds of data public agencies publish online.

In 2010, only 41 public organizations of the more than 5,000 evaluated, qualified for an A grade from Sunshine Review, meaning they met at least nine of the 10 requirements on their transparency checklist. In 2012, 214 government organizations received the honor. Nearly 100 groups received a perfect 10 out of 10 evaluation in 2012, including cities, counties and school districts across the country. Two state websites, Massachusetts and Washington, were also awarded the highest distinction offered in the evaluation. Florida, Illinois, Virginia and New Mexico had the largest number of agencies taking home top honors.

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