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Measuring the state's performance 

An open-book test

"... the governor's budget document is the place where transparency ends." —The Pew Government Performance Project, which gave the state a B-minus on government management. The budget process was identified as a "weakness."

Download Governing magazine's "State Management Report Card for 2008" (PDF, 780 KB)

  • "... the governor's budget document is the place where transparency ends."

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