gives Kansans a clear look at how their state and local tax dollars are spent. It's one of three transparency sites listed on the State of Kansas web site
; the other two sites are the state's own KanView
and US OpenGov
operated by The White House.
Information is all obtained directly from official government sources. While we have no control over any errors, omissions or inaccuracies in the raw data, we encourage users to contact us
with any questions or comments. Please see Data Notes
for sourcing information and complete details on how the data was formatted. KansasOpenGov
is regularly updated with new information and currently contains the state's payroll register, assorted expenditures, cash balances, payments received by retirees of state and local governments, city and county payrolls and budgets, school district revenue and spending per pupil, school district carryover cash, school district achievement data and property tax information by county.
Our technology partner designed charts that dynamically build off the data based on user selections and created many other features to enhance the user experience, such as this interactive property tax map.