Polis bill signing

Gov. Jared Polis signs legislation into law during a bill-signing ceremony in Aurora in May.

Gov. Jared Polis wants you to know how he's doing, unveiling a state web page to chart his progress on Monday.

Called the Governor’s Dashboard, the website will tell those online visitors the administration's self assessment on how Polis is doing on his four main campaign promises: tax reform and economic development, energy and renewables, health, and education and workforce.

The topics are labeled "The Bold Four," reflecting the governor's campaign theme last year, when he promised "bold ideas."

Transportation is noticeably absent, after years of statehouse struggles over funding and worsening traffic.

The Polis administration is still writing its transportation plan to follow a statewide listening tour.

The governor's office called the self-generated news "a tool that provides transparency and accountability on key goals set by the administration to move Colorado forward."

The communication's offices said the site would be updated monthly, including data.

“We are thrilled to share these carefully developed goals with Coloradans and have them follow along with us as we work to achieve them,” Polis stated in the announcement. “This interactive tool emphasizes transparency and accountability as we work to ensure that every Coloradan has the opportunity to succeed.”

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