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Transparency Checklist

The Illinois Policy Institute (IPI) has created a 10-point transparency checklist to hold government and elected officials accountable to the citizens and taxpayers, providing a “best practices” framework intended to improve government transparency throughout the State of Illinois. It is the Village of Orland Park’s objective to go above and beyond IPI’s requirements, using the transparency checklist as a foundation for open government. Orland Park is the first municipality in the State of Illinois to score 100% in transparency from the Institute.

The Orland Park Transparency Checklist is as follows:

       1.  Elected and Administrative Officials 
       2.  Meeting Information
       3.  Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
       4.  Budget
       5.  Financial Audit 
       6.  Expenditures
       7.  Salary and Benefits 
       8.  Collective Bargaining Agreements
       9.  Lobbying  
     10. Taxes and Fees

          11.  Contracts and Agreements
          12.  Main Street Redevelopment 
          13.  Electrical Aggregation
          14.  Informational Site 
          15.  Ethic Statements
          16.  2010 Census 
          17.  The State of The Village 
          18.  The National Citizen Survey
          19.  Village of Orland Park Annual Reports 
          20.  Village News Releases  
          21.  Strategic Plan & Performance Measures
          22.  Water Supply & Conservation Information
 

   

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“The village has set a new standard for proactive online transparency of local government,” said Brian Costin,  director of outreach at the Illinois Policy Institute. "I applaud their efforts, and hope that other communities across Illinois will take notice of Orland Park's transparency efforts and strive to be accountable to their own citizens and taxpayers.”