CHAPTER 5B. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1985.

§5B-10-6. Contents of the searchable website.

(a) The Auditor shall include as part of the searchable economic development transparency website the following content for each fiscal year and the previous three fiscal years:

(1) The name of the recipient corporation of a development subsidy: Provided, That if a name of a recipient corporation of a development subsidy be considered confidential information, the granting body shall provide the business type of the recipient corporation instead of the name;

(2) The name of the corporate parent of the recipient corporation, if applicable: Provided, That should a name of a corporate parent of a recipient corporation of a development subsidy be considered confidential information, the granting body shall provide the business type of the corporate parent instead of the name;

(3) The project site: Provided, That should the project site be considered confidential information, the granting body shall provide the city, state, and zip code, but not the street address;

(4) The NAICS code or codes of the recipient corporation;

(5) The date of subsidy;

(6) The subsidy value;

(7) The duration of subsidy;

(8) The subsidy type;

(9) The number of new employees the development subsidy is expected to create within the duration of subsidy, classified by full-time jobs, part-time jobs, and temporary jobs;

(10) The number of new employees the development subsidy has actually created within the duration of subsidy, classified by full-time jobs, part-time jobs, and temporary jobs: Provided, That this number may be estimated if an accurate count is not available, but the granting body shall clearly disclose that the reported number is an estimate;

(11) Any other direct or indirect benefits to the state the granting body intends the development subsidy to achieve, including, but not limited to, creation of public infrastructure, vocational training, apprenticeships, workforce development, or state tourism visitor or permanent resident population increases;

(12) Any other direct or indirect benefit to the state actually achieved by the development subsidy, including, but not limited to, creation of public infrastructure, vocational training, apprenticeships, workforce development, or state tourism visitor or permanent resident population increases; and

(13) The name or names of the granting body or bodies providing the development subsidy.