R.I. scores poorly for spending transparency online

A SCREENSHOT of the Rhode Island state government transparency portal. The state scored a D letter grade for the information included on the site and the functionality and ease of use of the site.
A SCREENSHOT of the Rhode Island state government transparency portal. The state scored a D letter grade for the information included on the site and the functionality and ease of use of the site.
PROVIDENCE – In a report that studied online transparency by state governments, Rhode Island ranked sixth lowest in the United States with a score of a 55 out of 100, a D. The report was conducted by the Rhode Island Public Interest Research Group and the Frontier Group. The study examines the transparency websites of each…

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