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created Mar 26 2018

updated Nov 16 2019

Description

This dataset contains payment transactions recorded in the State’s central accounting system for the Executive Branch. Please visit Iowa's Open Checkbook at http://checkbook.iowa.gov to explore this dataset more extensively.

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State Government Finance
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checkbook, expenditures, payments, vendors
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Data Provided By
Iowa Department of Administrative Services, State Accounting Enterprise
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1.0 Universal (Public Domain Dedication)
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Completeness
The data does not include transactions associated with the Legislative or Judicial Branches, nor does it include transactions that occur outside of the central accounting system, such as payments made by the Board of Regents’ Institutions, Community Based Corrections, Community Colleges, and Area Education Agencies. It also excludes transactions associated with the Consumer Fraud Refunds fund and the DOT Clearing Account fund. This data is available in other datasets. Some data has also been redacted to ensure confidential or sensitive data protected by State (e.g. Iowa Code Section 22.7 or other applicable Iowa Code section) or federal law (e.g. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Social Security Number Protection Act, and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) is not included. The data also excludes payments details for some expenditures which are only recorded in a summary in the central accounting system such as Medicaid, IPERS, unemployment compensation, and tax refunds.
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Publishing Notes
There is a three to four week lag from month end to the time the data is published.
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Administrative Services, Department of
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