Treasury Transactions 2012 - 2013 (Mbi 400,000 transaksione te regjistruara)

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Treasury transactions is a service offered by AIS to provide information, transparency, monitoring and accountability for taxpayers. The service enables citizens to learn how public institutions spend their money. The primary source for these data is the Central Treasury Office spending system. Information provided by AIS through Spending Data Albania and Open Data Albania lists every payment, treasury transaction made by the 1895 budgetary institutions in the country. The data are complete from January 2012 to date. The database is updated every week. The data can be accessed, used and reused by everyone. Search filters enable information by date, institution, beneficiary client, type of expenditure, transaction value, and key word(s). For more information and knowledge about the methodology, please write to [email protected] Analyzing the records of this well-structured database, one can understand and monitor::

  • How the Albanian administration and state spend taxpayers' money
  • Where allocated funds go
  • How much is paid for certain services and projects.
  • How much money each institution spent
  • How much money is paid at certain time intervals
  • Etc

Results

Institution Beneficiary Treasury Branch Transactions Value No Transactions Limit value Interval (date registration) Interval (date execute)
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Transactions

Institution Beneficiary Treasury Branch Value Date registration Data executed Invoice No Invoice description
Reparti Ushtarak Nr.3001 Tirane (3535) ALBERT KOÇI Tirane 70,800 2012-09-05 2012-09-11 27110170372012 600 REP 3001 PRITJE PERCJELLJE ME PROG 5390DT 20.04.2012 FAT 13 DT 26.04.2012
Reparti Ushtarak Nr.3001 Tirane (3535) ALBERT KOÇI Tirane 55,500 2012-11-27 2012-12-17 38810170372012 REP 3001 PRITJE PERCJELLJE up nr 3283/1 dt 8/11/2012 pv dt 13/11/2012 fat nr 27 dt 14/11/2012
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