INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State Auditor Suzanne Crouch is touting a new search engine that allows residents to examine Indiana’s $13 billion in assets.
The new online tool includes everything from state buildings to vehicles valued at $500 or more. Crouch, who is seeking re-election in November, touted the new search tool Wednesday.
According to the database, the state owns more than 4,200 buildings, close to 11,000 vehicles and more than 67,000 computers and other technology. It also includes quirkier entries, like the number of stump cutters owned by the Department of Natural Resources.