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Today’s taxpayers are more engaged than ever, and many rely on information provided by public sector organizations to gain a better understanding of policies and to help inform their interactions with their elected officials. To the extent that this information is complicated or difficult for the average taxpayer to understand, a gap of understanding can exist between well-meaning public servants and under-informed constituents. This gap can naturally produce time wasting and unproductive interactions between public servants and their constituents, which can ultimately lead to misunderstandings or even mistrust. The more comprehensive and useful the information provided by a public sector organization is, the more constructive and engaging their interactions with constituents will be. Most public sector organizations understand this basic idea – a wellinformed constituency becomes a better partner in developing and implementing smart policies. Yet many organizations still struggle to provide open and public access to the type of useful data and information that constituents really need, in a manner that is easy for a typical person to consume. Nowhere is this more evident than in the realm of financial transparency
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