KanView Search - Account Expenditures  

The KanView search feature may be performed on revenues, expenditures, or vendor payments. Search options include: Account Code, Agency, Function, and Fund. Vendor payments may be searched by Vendor, Account, or Fund keyword(s).

State expenditures are classified at a primary, intermediate, and detail level account codes. These classifications facilitate the various levels of reporting detail required for budgetary, financial, management, or other reports.

Seven primary expenditure classifications are prescribed. Intermediate classifications are assigned within each primary classification. Within each intermediate classification is the detail classifications used to code accounting transactions.

The prescribed primary classifications are:

Salaries and Wages:  Amounts paid to, or on behalf of, elected or appointed state officials and employees.

Contractual Services: Payments for communications, freight and express, printing and advertising, rentals, repairing and servicing, employee travel expense reimbursement, utilities, and professional or other services.

Commodities:  Payments for consumable supplies, maintenance materials and parts, and other miscellaneous purchases.

Capital Outlay:  Payments for machinery, equipment, land, vehicles, buildings and other major purchases.

Grants, Claims and Shared Revenue:  Disbursements for grants, claims, shared revenue and other related disbursements where the disbursing agency does not receive a direct service or tangible asset.

Debt Service:  Payments of principal, interest and service charges on borrowed money.

Non-Expense Items:  Disbursements for refunds, advances, investments and other disbursements not properly classified as governmental expenditures.

* Expense Transfers - Agency use of transfer account codes is generally only on interfund transactions between state agencies. Transfers move cash from one fund to another fund within the State Treasury.

Revenues, Expenditures, Vendor Payments, and Employee Compensation data may be downloaded from the Kanview Data Download Center.

* Fiscal years are from July 1st through June 30th. KanView data is reported on an accounting basis rather than a budgetary basis as explained in Variance to the State Budget. The totals from the state’s accounting system include transactions such as “non-expense items” that are not recorded as part of the state’s budget.

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