New Yorkers have a new way to follow the money.

You can now trace state spending back to the funding source or program on Open Book New York.

State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli launched Open Book New York in 2008 to give taxpayers information about government spending.

“We’ve expanded state spending data on and made it even easier to use. The public will now have more information at their fingertips to help follow the money," said DiNapoli. “New Yorkers in every corner of the state have a right to know how their taxpayer dollars are being spent.”

This is the fifth expansion of the website.

The expansion allows users to customize their searches by agency, funding type and budget year.

For more information, you can visit