Expenditure & Revenue Transparency Reporting 

In accordance with direction from the Lane County Commissioners, the Financial Services Division of the Department of Management Services prepares monthly transparency reports for its Citizens.  Transparency Reporting include monthly schedules of revenues and expenditures, and access to approved board orders and minutes of board meetings.  These transparency reports are designed to meet the reporting requirements of Oregon Revised Statute 294.250.

Expenditure Transparency Reports (click here)

These Reports Include:

Accounts payable (voucher) transactions over $100 reported by month.  A voucher is a request for payment.  Vouchers are paid by check and often one check will pay more than one voucher.  Because there may be multiple accounting lines on a single voucher, line items of less than $100 may occasionally be present.

The report is organized by:
Vendor – the name of the vendor to which payment is made
Date – the date that the voucher was entered into the system
Voucher – the number the financial software assigned to the payment request
Fund – the name of the fund being charged for the payment
Department - the County Department responsible for the transaction
Division – the Division within the County Department responsible for the transaction
Account – the type of account charged
Line Amount – the amount of the payment requested

These Reports Exclude:

Information exempt from disclosure under the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) and expenditures paid by means other than vouchers such as payroll and payroll taxes or investment purchases are not included. Internal transfers between funds are not processed via voucher and are not present within this report.

Revenue Transparency Reports (click here)

These Reports Include:

Cash receipt journal lines in excess of $100 entered into the County’s general ledger system.  Cash receipt journal entries include all receipts received for physical deposit by the Financial Services Division including all direct deposits, wires, and ACH transfers from outside parties into the County’s primary bank account. Because a single cash receipt journal may post to multiple accounts, actual cash deposits may exceed those reported in the Schedule for a given journal entry.

Cash receipt journal lines in excess of $100 entered into the County’s general ledger system.  Cash receipt journal entries include all receipts received for physical deposit by the Financial Services Division including all direct deposits, wires, and ACH transfers from parties into the County’s primary bank account. Because a single cash receipt journal may post to multiple accounts, actual cash deposits may exceed those reported in the Schedule for a given journal entry.

The report is organized by:
Journal Date – the effective date of the journal
Journal –  the journal number assigned by the financial software
Fund – the fund receiving the revenue
Department – the name of the County Department receiving the revenue
Division – the name of Division within the County Department receiving the revenue
Account – the account type receiving the revenue
Amount – the amount of the revenue received

These Reports Exclude:

Information exempt from disclosure under the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) and internal transfers between funds or bank accounts and dividends from those investments are not included in this report.  

Board Orders and Minutes

            All approved board orders and minutes of board meetings can be located on the internet at:
 
                    http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/BCC/Pages/BoardOrdersMinutes.aspx

Job Classifications and Salary Ranges
 

            Job classifications and compensation schedules can be found at the Department of Human Resource's website at:

                    http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/HR/Pages/default.aspx