Expenditure Type SearchWhat was the money spent on?
This is called the expenditure code search. It provides a statewide summary of the amount spent on major categories of spending such as travel, supplies, or wages. The drill down path in this search provides the following information:
A statewide summary of the individual expenditure codes included in the expenditure code category and that represent the specific types of goods or services for which the expenditure occurred.
A summary for each department showing the total amount spent on the specific expenditure code selected.
A summary for each agency within the department showing the total amount spent on the specific expenditure code selected.
A summary amount for each Fund used by the agency to pay for goods or services for which the expenditure occurred.
The individual vendors who provided the goods or services that the agency/fund purchased. In those instances where the expenditure code amount was increased or decreased but no vendor payment was involved, the transaction information has been aggregated into categories. Examples of transactions not involving a vendor include transfers from one agency to another agency (most often required by legislative appropriation and called IT - Intragovernmental Entries), corrections of accounting errors, and allocations of previous payments and accounting entries (generally referred to as JV-Account Entries).