It's called the "Warehouse" - a database that puts local government financial information and tens of thousands of records in one location for anyone to scrutinize.
State Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka toured the state introducing the new site. She visited Rockford City Hall for part of it. She says it forces local governments to be more responsible because it knows that people are watching and those that don't play by the ruled will be fined.
"We no longer have to beg as we sometimes need to have to do that for local government's financial reports" says Topinka. "So, if a government chooses not to file, it will pay."
Topinka says 98% of Illinois municipalities have complied with the Warehouse and they're going after the remaining two percent.