State spending in a variety of categories is accessible through our classic tools. However, our latest data visualization tools bring the numbers to life graphically.
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Find out how much individual state agencies, colleges and universities spend, and who they're buying from.
See who's being paid by the state. Get a close-up view of which payees were paid by which state agencies, how much and when.
Take a close look at purchases made by some of the largest state agencies by viewing expenditures by class and item code. These categories provide the most detailed information available on state spending, down to the pens and pencils.
Look up travel expenses, with a clickable pie chart for viewing payment details.
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