(Jefferson City) As part of her ongoing effort to examine Missouri’s spending of federal funds provided by the Coronavirus Relief Bill, State Auditor Nicole Galloway has unveiled a new online tool to give Missourians a detailed look at how state government is using those funds.

The Auditor’s COVID-19 Response page tracks not only how much is received and expended in relief funds but also lists which state and local government departments, vendors and expense categories are receiving the most funding.

The auditor says unprecedented funding is flowing through Missouri to help with coronavirus relief and taxpayers expect to know where their money is going.

The auditor’s office is compiling the information for the COVID-19 Response page from data taken from the Statewide Advantage for Missouri system which handles billions of dollars in financial transactions each year for the State.

The online portal can be found by visiting auditor.mo.gov and clicking on the “Covid-19 Response Tracking” button.