Fulton County is putting on a clinic on how to administer a government program with the utmost transparency.

Although the county stopped accepting applications for its $18 million emergency housing assistance program in mid-March — like many governments, Fulton was inundated with requests for financial help — officials have architected an expansive database illustrating how the operation is functioning.

The page breaks down who is applying for rental assistance, where those applicants are located and how much money is being doled out.

Read the full story on Atlanta Civic Circle.

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  1. I was one of the first to apply and still haven’t received anything except for a email stating they reviewing my application…. made several phone call to the hotline and just get the run around

  2. Super slow process even when all information was provided that was in the instructions after months of waiting they request more information and and more hoops to jump through. In the meantime I’m 3 more months behind.
    They dont handle this like people are on the verge of eviction at sll.

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