The Bar Chart displays all agencies by fiscal year and the total contract count. For example, drill down by selecting fiscal year 2019 to view all participating agencies by fiscal year.
The Pie Chart displays the number of all participating agencies’ total contract count and percentages for fiscal year 2019. For example, drill down by selecting a participating agency to view total contracts by fiscal year.
The Bar Chart displays the individual agency’s contracts by fiscal year and contract count.
Welcome to the new and improved Contracts e-Library.
Transparency has been one of my biggest priorities since the day I was sworn in as Pennsylvania’s state treasurer. Taxpayers in Pennsylvania should never have to wonder how or where their tax dollars are being spent. The Treasury Transparency Portal allows taxpayers to track their tax dollars in real-time.
Now, users can search for state contracts using the Treasury Transparency Portal. With an improved search feature, searching is now easier than ever before. Users can also see total contract count by agency and fiscal year.
The Right-to-Know Law (RTKL) requires agencies to upload contracts valued at $5,000 or more, dated on or after July 1, 2008 to the site unless the contract is otherwise privileged. While the RTKL entrusts Treasury Department with the responsibility to receive contract information and make it accessible to the public, the obligation to submit contracts and summaries in compliance with the law remains with the agencies.
If you think a Commonwealth agency has not properly uploaded contracts to our database, or if you have any questions or concerns about this database, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-252-4700.
Pennsylvania State Treasurer
Chapter 17 of Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law established an online Contracts e-Library to be maintained by the Pennsylvania Treasury Department. Certain agencies are required to upload all contracts valued at $5,000 or more, dated on or after July 1, 2008, to the Contracts e-Library unless the contract is otherwise privileged.
The Contracts e-Library, https://patreasury.gov/transparency/e-library/, represents a partnership between Treasury and these agencies. It is a statutory obligation of each agency to upload contracts and make them available to the public. Treasury sends regular notices such as this to remind agencies of the contract posting requirement.
If you have any questions about the Contracts e-Library or need assistance in uploading a contract, please contact Treasury’s Bureau of Contracts at email@example.com or 800-252-4700.
Posting these contracts online is more than a statutory responsibility – it is a way to build public confidence in state government. It has been said that transparency builds trust, and I firmly believe that to be true.
Thank you for your commitment to transparency.