Spending 100% open

Tuscaloosa, AL

What data is expected?

Open spending data informs citizens, journalists, and government officials alike as to just how public funds are being spent. Spending data should include a complete list of city expenditures at a detailed transactional level (including tax breaks, loans, contracts, grants, and operational spending). In other words, records should be fairly granular, covering, for instance, month to month expenditures on specific items costing in the thousands rather than the millions. This data category refers to detailed ongoing data on actual expenditures; a database of contracts awarded is not considered sufficient. (More info)

  • Expense type or category
  • Expense description
  • Amount

How open is the data?

All answers

Question Answer Comment
Openly licensed Yes
Available in bulk Yes
Up-to-date Yes
Available free online Yes
Available free of charge Yes
In an open format CSV, JSON, RDF, TSV, XML
findable 4
findable_steps data.tuscaloosa.com click the link 'Checkbook'
licence_url https://data.tuscaloosa.com/dataset/Checkbook/eskf-ukdz
Collected by government Yes
usability 3
collector_name City of Tuscaloosa
characteristics Expense type or category, Expense description, Amount
location href="https://spending.tuscaloosa.com/#!/year/2017/" https://spending.tuscaloosa.com/#!/year/2017/">rel="nofollow">https://spending.tuscaloosa.com/#!/year/2017/ - City of Tuscaloosa Open DataPortal

Meta data

Data location   https://spending.tuscaloosa.com/#!/year/2017/ - City of Tuscaloosa Open DataPortal
Data licence   https://data.tuscaloosa.com/dataset/Checkbook/eskf-ukdz
Data format   CSV, JSON, RDF, TSV, XML
Reviewer   Tim Watkins
Submitters   Tim Watkins
Last modified   Thu Mar 29 2018 15:07:08 GMT+0000 (UTC)