Welcome to StateSpending.Nebraska.gov

The State Treasurer is responsible for the receipting and disbursing of all state funds, which includes recording these transactions and informing the Legislature through a yearly report on the state's financial picture. The Treasurer believes that public officials have a duty to show the public how their tax dollars are being spent.

StateSpending.Nebraska.gov is a searchable, user-friendly website that discloses in a simple and straightforward manner how the State of Nebraska spends and receives funds. StateSpending.Nebraska.gov has been recognized as one of the most comprehensive transparency websites in the country. The interactive site is designed to allow you to select an item and drill down for further spending information or definitions of services provided by the agency.

This website is a reflection of our commitment to providing Nebraska taxpayers with a constructive public service. We truly value your opinion, so we would like to encourage you to email us with your questions, comments or suggestions on how we can improve the content and quality of this website.

If we are to be truly successful in bringing more transparency to state government, it will have to be a collective effort. We encourage you to contact us with your thoughts and ideas as to how we can improve this site and make Nebraska the most efficient state government in the country! Click on this link to read the statute creating the state transparency site - http://nebraskalegislature.gov/laws/statutes.php?statute=84-602.02

Report to Nebraskans

Click here to read Nebraska's first citizen-centric financial reporting document in an interesting, easy-to-read format for Nebraskans. Citizen-centric reporting is an initiative by the American Association of Government Accountants to simplify communication between governments and their constituents. The initiative is intended to provide accurate government financial information to constituents in a simple, understandable format, updated regularly and available to all. We welcome your comments and input.