Even before Tasmania, NSW and the Commonwealth follow Queensland into the mandatory proactive publication era, who knows what a forensic eye like Sheridan's might bring to light after, for starters, close examination of:
The above mentioned Open Australia Register of Interests of Federal Parliamentarians.
Anything still to be gleaned from My School.
The Queensland Cabinet Documents webpage.
Queensland Government agency registers of gifts or benefits of more than $150 which must be published as part of an agency’s publication scheme each quarter. Here's the Department of the Premier and Cabinet Register-for others see these publication schemes.
South Australian members of parliament travel reports.
Commonwealth Government Grants.
While I'm told we have a long way to go in this area, the Therapeutic Goods Administration AusPAR website, which says it "provides information about the evaluation of a prescription medicine and the considerations that led the TGA to approve or not approve an application."
Despite a good going over already of Defence contracts by Linton Besser of the Sydney Morning Herald, contract notes of other agencies published on the Austender website.
NSW Food Authority Penalty Notice list of eateries issued with a breach notice for failure to comply with food hygiene standards.
NSW Department of Health Monthly Hospital Performance Reports.
I'm sure there are plenty of other underexplored caches out there, so happy to add to this list - even happier if some of you sift all this to find the bits the rest of us deserve to know.