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A New York City Transparency Project Will Open-Source a Look Inside the City's Checkbook

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, February 9 2012

An early rendition of what the next NYC Checkbook website might look like. Courtesy NYC Comptroller's Office

The office of the New York City Comptroller has begun coding up a revamp to a site that already gives a comprehensive look, updated daily, at nearly every check issued by the city. For the first time, the city will also offer software developers direct, programmatic access to a comprehensive trove of information about New York's fiscal health. And within a few weeks after the updated site launches, city officials say, the source code will be released online under an open-source license. Read More