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City Receives Full Complement of Financial Transparency Stars from State Comptroller’s Office
Posted Date: 6/13/2017
Richardson has received the full complement of Transparency Stars from the Texas Comptroller’s Office for meeting specific financial transparency goals. Richardson received the stars in the areas of Traditional Finances, Contracts and Procurement, Economic Development, Public Pensions and Debt Obligations.

“This recognition confirms that we continue to stay on the right course in providing accountability and accessibility to the City’s financial records,” Mayor Paul Voelker said. “The City Council and I have made it a priority to ensure that our municipal government is open and accessible to the people we serve.”

The Comptroller’s Office launched the Transparency Stars program in 2016 to recognize cities, counties and school districts making important strides to greater government transparency. Local government entities can apply for stars in five areas. Richardson is the second city in Texas to receive all five transparency stars since the program was launched more than a year ago.

The City’s financial transparency website is located at

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