Posted by: Government & Heritage Library | March 14, 2010

It’s Sunshine Week!!

This week marks the 5th annual Sunshine Week.  Sunshine Week is about the public’s right to know what its government is doing, and why.  It was created through a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation of Miami and is organized by the American Society of News Editors. The purpose of Sunshine Week is to inform citizens of their right to know about what their government is doing so that they may be more involved in government.

The state of North Carolina strongly believes in transparency and accountability in government.  Below you will find links to websites that provide information on North Carolina government agencies.

Provides information on how North Carolina is spending the money received for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA):

This website provides a searchable database with information on state contracts and grants:

The following link has information on state agencies and services:

The General Assembly of North Carolina’s web page allows for users to track bills, provides audio and video from the House and Senate chambers, and offers a calendar of legislation:

The North Carolina Office of the State Auditor provides audit reports on state agencies:

The Government and Heritage Library’s mission is to preserve and facilitate public access to state government information: The North Carolina State Publications Collection provides full text pdfs of publications produced by the NC government agencies:

For more information on Sunshine week click here:



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