- Ever feel like paging through somebodys checkbook, to see where all that money is going?
You'll soon be able to do that with the state.
Administrators say they are ready to post the state's ``checkbook'' online.
That will give taxpayers a chance to scrutinize spending by Wisconsin officials.
Department of Administration Secretary Mike Huebsch they'll launch the ``Open Book'' program next week.
Governor Scott Walker's plan to make state spending more transparent has been two years in the making.
Huebsch says there's a lot of information from all state agencies to enter into the system.
The first phase of the database will include payments made by the state for goods and services from fiscal 2008 through the most current month.
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