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Transparency grading process

DC.gov is the website for Washington, D.C..

Website evaluation

This website was reviewed on January 26, 2012.

The good

  • The site has a search function and is reasonably easy to navigate.
  • The district has transparency resources.[1]
  • Elected officials are listed with contact information on their pages.[2]
  • Administrative officials are listed with contact information on department pages.
  • Budgets are posted.[3]
  • Audits are posted.[4]
  • The district's checkbook register is posted online,[5] and contracts are posted in a searchable database.[6]
  • Information and instructions on making public records requests are posted.[7]
  • Tax information is available.[8]
  • Information on the district ethics commission is available.[9]

The bad

External links

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