Baltimore City has launched a new interactive budget site called “Budget Live”giving city residents greater access budget detail on spending. As reported by the Baltimore Business Journal,
The site includes a new open budget feature that lets users click through the 2015 budget to see details on spending.
“It’s taking the huge budget book and making it much more interactive,” said Andrew Kleine, the city’s budget director.
Other new parts of the site include a video on the city’s fiscal outlook and crowdsourcing questions designed to gather feedback from residents on how they want the city to spend its money.
The new site can be viewed at the city Bureau of the Budget and Management Research website.