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House Bill 2500 (2009) was approved during the 2009 legislative session, and required that the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) create the Oregon Transparency website. Requirements included providing: information about state agency revenues, expenditures, contracting, human resources, other data, and informational resources.
In 2011, House Bill 2500 (2009) formed ORS 184.480-184.488, as Chapter 368 of Oregon Laws 2011.
House Bill 2825 (2011) added reporting requirements to agencies that issue tax expenditures for economic development.
Senate Bill 250 (2011) added reporting requirements for Oregon Education Service Districts, also referred to as ESDs. Currently, there are 19 ESDs serving Oregon’s 36 counties.
Reporting requirements include: revenue, expenditures, contracts, and salary reports; local service plans, audit reports, and meeting notices, etc.
House Bill 3400 (2013) added more data and informational reporting requirements to the Oregon Transparency website. Examples include:
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