Purchasing represents the procurement from vendors of goods and services that are recorded in the State’s purchasing system and for which payment must be made amounts already spent, amounts the State is obligated to pay to a specific vendor as a result of an order or contract, and amounts that are set aside for imminent purchases are included in purchasing data. The summary purchasing data may fluctuate until all underlying transactions in the reporting period have been finalized by the buying agency. The purchasing system records purchases for all three branches of State government: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. Authority purchasing data is not available at this time. Additional information is in the attached dataset summary PDF (available on the [About] tab under "Attachments".)
Infant mortality rate by mother's race and ethnicity, New Jersey residents, 2000 to most currently available data year.
Infant mortality rate is the rate of death occurring under 1 year of age in a given year per 1,000 live births in the same year.
Contains information about construction permits issued in New Jersey. Data is collected from most, but not all municipalities that issue permits. It is processed and updated monthly. Data may be purged after 18 months have elapsed since the certificate issuance.
Accuracy of this data is not guaranteed, it may contain errors, and may not be complete. Data for permits issued in the immediate previous two months has not been reviewed.
We have no data for these municipalities: ALPHA WARREN 2102, ANDOVER BOROUGH SUSSEX 1901, LAKEHURST OCEAN 1513, NATIONAL PARK GLOUCESTER 0812, PINE BEACH OCEAN 1522, QUINTON SALEM 1711, TAVISTOCK CAMDEN 0433, VICTORY GARDENS MORRIS 1437, WINFIELD UNION 2021, WOODLYNNE CAMDEN 0437
Number of injury crashes that occurred in each of the 21 counties of New Jersey and the total number of injury crashes for the years 2001 to 2016. Injury crashes occurred on private properties are not included.
The data file reflects revenue data for a 13 period accounting fiscal year as recorded per accounting month and cumulatively as a fiscal year-to-date total. For ease of reporting and to facilitate understanding of the data, the revenue is categorized by fund, type, department/agency, source, revenue description and organization. Note that the 12 accounting months begin in July and run sequentially through the 12th period which stays open for both calendar months June and July of the following year. A 13th period closing/adjustment period, which is not associated with any particular calendar month, remains open for a period of time for final entries in preparation of the State's CAFR reporting. Additional information is in the attached dataset summary PDF (available on the [About] tab under "Attachments".).