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Please note: This is the Archived 2010 Transparency Website.  Some of the links to outside data and information may have changed since the site was archived.  This may result in broken links.

The Current Transparency website is available by clicking
here. Thank you.

What's transparency all about?

This Web site is a tool to help you get to know your state government. Its purpose is to show you how government works, what your taxes buy, and how purchasing decisions occur. Don't let all the spreadsheets overwhelm you! A good place to start is the 2009-2011 budget. If you have questions about agency-specific information, contact that agency. If you have comments about or suggestions for additions to this site, e-mail us at oregon.transparency@state.or.us. More data is on the way.


State Budget, Agencies and Performance
Find out about state agency budgets and Key Performance Measures.


Money coming in - Revenue
Find out where state government money comes from.


Money going out - Expenditures
Find out about state agency budgets and Key Performance Measures.


Contracts/Procurement                     Learn who the state does business with.

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 2009-2011 Legislatively
Adopted Budget

  Learn about the two-year budget the Legislature approved.

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Unless otherwise specified, data throughout this Web site is current as of June 30, 2010. Information will be updated on an annual basis.

  Oregon's Budget

  Find out how the state
creates a budget.

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For information on audits, stimulus funding and other data, go to Resources.

Disclaimer: Please note that the data or information contained on this Web site is raw, unaudited and unconsolidated. The data or information does not link to any audited financial statement. Because no comprehensive review for accuracy has occurred, the data or information may contain errors, omissions or misstatements. Also, this Web site excludes data and information that are confidential, private or protected under state and federal laws. Users should not rely on the accuracy or completeness of the data or information for any purpose except personal knowledge.