Budget Appropriations for Dept for the Blind - Capitals

mydata.iowa.gov | Last Updated 7 Jun 2019

This dataset provides information on budget appropriations for each fiscal year starting in FY 2010. The data provides granular detail down to the budget organizational unit and and object class for the department request, the Governor's recommendation, the enacted budget, and the adopted budget. The state fiscal year runs from July 1 to the following June 30 and is numbered for the calendar year in which it ends. The State of Iowa operates on a modified accrual basis which provides that encumbrances on June 30 must be paid within 60 days after year end. The Legislature may enact exceptions to this statute and usually do so for capital items which may run for several years. Department names and budget units for FY 2010 - 2015 are based on names used in FY 2016.

Tags: financial, budget, resources, appropriations, receipts

This dataset has the following 12 columns:

Column NameAPI Column NameData TypeDescriptionSample Values
Budget Line Codebudget_line_codetextUnique identifier for the budget record.
Fiscal Yearfiscal_yearnumberThe state fiscal year runs from July 1 to the following June 30 and is numbered for the calendar year in which it ends.
FunctionfunctiontextFunctions are groups of agencies which make expenditures for similar programs and purposes
Department Namedept_nametextName of the state department.
FundfundtextThe code and name of the fund used
AppropriationappropriationtextThe code and name for the the appropriation.
Budget Unit Codebudget_unit_codetextCode for budget organizational unit.
Budget Unitbudget_unittextName for budget organizational unit.
Object Classobject_classtextThe code and name for category defining source of funds
Governor's Recommendationsgov_recommendationnumberGovernor's budget recommendations to the Legislature
Department Requestdept_requestnumberDepartment request submitted to the Department of Management.
Adopted Budgetadopted_budgetnumberBudget which has been updated and made ready for the financial system for monitoring purposes