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State Expenditures and Assets Searchable Database

State Expenditures and Assets Searchable Database
 

The Indiana Transparency Portal Expenditures and Assets site provides financial data relating to expenditures for goods and services and asset purchases by the state as well as financial disbursements and settlements through various state programs. As you browse the Expenditures site, you will be able to view payment information for goods, services and program disbursements by State Agency, Function of Government or Fund Type Name. The site also provides filters to let the user single out data by fund, account, Fiscal Year, etc.  As you browse the Assets tab, you will be able to view Asset information by State Agency, Category Description, Profile Description, or Acquisition Date Range.

State Expenditures Completeness Statement and Fiscal Year Download 
The State Expenditures Completeness Statement shows the completeness of the online State Expenditures. The Indiana Transparency Expenditures is available for download by fiscal year.

Links

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR): http://www.in.gov/auditor/2370.htm
This report is prepared annually by the Auditor of State and is issued in January of each year for the previous Fiscal Year. The CAFR contains audited financial statements compiled in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and is prepared under the guidelines issued by the Government Finance Officers Association.

Annual Financial Report Volume II: http://www.in.gov/auditor/2369.htm
This report contains unaudited financial schedules containing the revenues, appropriations, allotments, and expenditures for all state agencies operating in the State of Indiana. Volume II has been prepared to comply with Indiana Code 4-10-13-2, which requires the State Auditor to prepare a report each year showing receipts by source of revenue and by type of fund disbursement as they relate to each agency, department, and fund of State government.

Related Agencies

Established by Indiana Code 4-7-1, the Auditor of State serves as the Chief Financial Officer for the State of Indiana accounting for all of the State's funds, overseeing and distributing Local Governments tax distributions, paying the State's bills and paying the State's employees. If you would like to learn more about the Auditor of State’s office please visit their website at: http://www.in.gov/auditor.