Transparency Call for Economic Development


credit: Inside Florida

The public needs to perceive a certain kind of transparency or openness from the government in order to know what and who they are dealing with.

When it comes to economic development, openness is crucial. An IslandPacket editorial claims that negotiations and plans having to do with government and the processes would be helped by "openness." If state governments keep hush-hush on details, they may be missing opportunities to create jobs and attract new businesses.

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