Late this afternoon, Oklahoma’s stimulus site unveiled a new section that tracks spending in the state. The revamp has been in the works for several months. It’s accessible by going to the “Recovery Spending” link in the upper right corner of the main site.
Here’s what the technology team from the Office of State Finance said in the e-mail announcing the new section:
We are happy to announce this afternoon that Oklahoma Recovery Spending Data was made available to the public on the Oklahoma Recovery Web site at Recovery.ok.gov.
In addition to being able to drill-down through Function of Government/State Agencies, you can also view award summaries and award details. Finally, the raw data is also available for you to download.
I’ll have a full report later, but here’s a few early screenshots of how parts of the interactive dashboards look (click images for a closer look):
Written by Paul Monies