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Web site allows search of state payrolls

The Empire Center for New York State Policy on Thursday launched a Web site with information on how state and local tax dollars are spent.

Web site allows search of state payrolls

The Empire Center for New York State Policy on Thursday launched a Web site with information on how state and local tax dollars are spent.
The Web site, www.seethroughny.net/, initially will offer searchable databases including the payroll for 263,000 state government employees, current teachers’ union contracts, and school superintendent contracts for nearly all of the state’s 733 school and Board of Cooperative Educational Services; operating expenditures by the state Senate and Assembly; and the Legislature’s member-items spending for 2008-09, Empire Center officials said.
The site is the third transparency Web site launched in the last eight months. State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s Project Sunlight, at www.sunlightny.com, was launched in December. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s Open Book New York, at www.openbooknewyork.com, was launched last month.

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