We publish year-to-date expenditure data quarterly for the departments and agencies (Agency Expenditures) that use the State’s Consolidated Financial System (CFS) and for independent authorities (Authority Expenditures) that maintain their own financial systems. For each type, we provide the year-to-date expended and obligated funds categorized by such items as agency, program and payee. You can filter data files on individual fiscal years or view multiple years.
We publish a multi-year summary following the year-end processing for each fiscal year. This summary includes only completed fiscal years (and the most recent year may still be undergoing end-of-year adjustments).
We publish a combined view of both Expenditure data sets.
We have also combined other functionality onto these master data files, such as:
This data consists of spending in all three branches of State government - Executive, Legislative, and Judicial - recorded in the State’s Comprehensive Financial System (CFS). It includes payments made both to outside entities and to other agencies within the State. It is updated quarterly.
This data consists of expenditures reported by independent authorities. Effective April 1, 2013 expenditures data for the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority (ACCVA) is no longer reported independently but is instead consolidated into the New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (NJCRDA) data. It is updated quarterly.
This aggregates data representing a subset of Agency Expenditure attributes with their corresponding Authority Expenditure attributes to form a comprehensive data set of all expenditures reported. It is updated quarterly.
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(A list of all datasets, views, reports and other documents related to Expenditures). The expenditures datasets include dataset descriptions (metadata). They also provide the ability to sort and filter in multiple ways, produce reports and charts and download complete or partial datasets as raw data.