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Welcome to our site for testing and officially submitting your data!
Indiana law requires that the Legislative Services Agency (LSA) and the Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF) act as partners in receiving and reviewing this data. To help us in this partnership, counties can submit their data extract files for official review by two different methods. This page will provide a link to the DLGF and LSA’s data upload program. As of October 1, 2009, counties can test individual data files or submit their data files for official review by DLGF and LSA. Alternatively, counties can continue to e-mail their data files for official review to Legislative Services Agency at email@example.com.
The Indiana Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF), in partnership with the State Budget Agency (SBA), the Legislative Services Agency (LSA), and the Indiana Business Research Center (IBRC) at Indiana University, has developed a data upload and analysis program to assist County Governments when submitting county property tax management files to the DLGF and LSA. This program provides a convenient, efficient method for upload of required data files to DLGF and LSA.
The application allows for upload of the following required datasets to DLGF and LSA (note that each file will need to be compressed and uploaded as a .zip file):
The upload program tests for compliance with established format specifications contained within the published Data Standards as well as tests for obvious errors found in the content of the submitted file. The program then provides detailed feedback on the compliance with critical data and content of the files submitted. The program provides timely, detailed reports that identify specific anomalies found in data specifications and inconsistencies in data content. Most of the reports generated by the program will be provided to the county in a timely manner, generally within 24 to 48 hours of submission. Notification for confirmation of file receipt, and later notification for the availability of the reports, will be sent via email to the officeholders responsible for submission, information system staff, and contacts as identified in each header for each file submitted. These reports can be downloaded and used by County staff and/or contracted vendors to correct any deficiencies found in the file submissions. The reports provided include: