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This Accounts Payable dataset contains information on payments made to vendors and individuals for services and supplies in the course of business at the City of Boulder. Also reported are payments made to grant recipients, refunds for cancelled classes, and payments made to vendors via purchase cards (pcards).

Invoices from the vendor are sent directly to the departments for review and are entered into the accounts payable system for payment. These invoices are approved by Finance before payment is processed to the vendor. Please see the Data Dictionary file below for important definitions and examples of processes.

A small number of payment categories have been automatically removed from the dataset due to confidentiality concerns (e.g. payments to legal vendors, reimbursements to employees, select payments related to confidential employee wellness and certain public safety activities).

This dataset is updated weekly every Saturday.

Data and Resources

Format Title and Description
Accounts Payable 2019

Accounts Payable 2019

Dataset containing all vendor payments in 2019.

Accounts Payable 2018

Accounts Payable 2018

Dataset containing all vendor payments in 2018.

Accounts Payable 2017

Accounts Payable 2017

Dataset containing all vendor payments in 2017.

Accounts Payable 2016

Accounts Payable 2016

Dataset containing all vendor payments in 2016.

Data Dictionary for Accounts Payable

Data Dictionary for Accounts Payable

Includes definitions and helpful explanations of each field in the Accounts Payable datasets

Areas of Inquiry

Use the information below to explore possible uses for this dataset.

What does the City of Boulder spend money on? Who receives money from the City of Boulder? What expenses are represented in expense account balances?

Details

Maintained By Rob Guinn
Author Kathy Jo Price
Update Frequency Weekly
Department Finance
Categories Finance, General Government and Community Profile
Sustainability Framework Category Good Governance
License Creative Commons CCZero This material is Open Data
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