Transparent Utah - Dedicated to the transparency and accountability of government finances.
What is Transparent Utah?
Transparent Utah is a government transparency website that permits Utah taxpayers to view, understand, and track the use of taxpayer dollars.
Senate Bill 38, passed by the Utah Legislature and signed into law by Governor Huntsman in 2008, required the creation of a website to ensure state and local government financial information is available to the public.
Transparency.utah.gov went live on May 15, 2009. Since then, 551 different public entities in Utah, including state and local governments, school districts, and special service districts, have posted to the website over 182 million records, which total more than $830 billion.
The transparency.utah.gov website is administered by the Office of the Utah State Auditor under the director of the Utah Transparency Advisory Board. The Utah Transparency Advisory Board is comprised of thirteen members knowledgeable about public finance or providing public access to public financial information.
The list of 2020 Board Members will be posted as soon as it is available.