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Transparency Reports

GAO Transparency Reports discuss specific issues of interest that relate to how our public dollars are managed and spent. The purpose of Transparency Reports is to shed light on critical issues and trends in the areas of accurate and timely financial information from government, efficient use of resources, and equity. When a Transparency Report relies on compiled data, the GAO makes available the supporting data so that experts, academics and the general public can use it for other purposes.  You will need a PDF reader and Excel to open the documents.

Transparency Report: State and Local Food and Food Service Contracting (June 15, 2017)
Transparency Report: State and Local Information Technology Contracting (April 14, 2017)

Educational Equity Presentation (February 15th, 2017)

Challenging The Myth of Scarcity

Transparency Report: Procurement Overview (February 1, 2017)

Transparency Report: Indigent Care at University of New Mexico Hospitals (Updated November 4, 2016)

Transparency Report: Lodgers Tax Expenditures (Updated February 11, 2016)

Transparency Report: County and Municipality Fund Balances (Updated November 10, 2015)