The Territorial Public Accounts (CPT) database/ system, shortly defined CPT Database, is the result of a project, which aim is to measure and analyze at a regional level both cash inflows and outflows of Public Authorities and all those institutions which belong to the Public Sector which are undergone by  supervision from public bodies.

The Database belongs to the National Statistics System (SISTAN), and makes use of the contribution of a federal web made up of 21 Regional Cores and a Central Core, which work at The Agency for Territorial Cohesion. Currently, the CPT Database provides annual data from 1996 onwards, with a time delay of approximately 12-18 months concerning the information's reporting period, with thoroughness, flexibility, and territorial detail.

CPT Services

CPT Data eXplorer

The CPT Data eXplorer is an advanced interactive dynamic views for the consultation of Data and indicators of public cash flows, which stem from the Database of the Territorial Public Accounts. In addition, this tool can be used to build up thematic maps and dynamic graphs. Historical series available from 2000 to date.

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Easy CPT

The main objective of Easy CPT is to provide some simplified access keys to information processed by the CPT System. This view mode allows an immediate comprehension as regards: every single field of activity, how much money the regions, which are precisely the subjects responsible for the expenditure and the amount of the investments, have spent and for what. Additionally, through the representation of the expenditure per capita, one can compare homogeneously the different territories

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Furthermore, through the application OpenPartecipate, and thanks to its increased availability of Data, one can easily consult a series of Data developed by the CTP System, which in turn, through dynamic visualizations, offers information as regards local affiliated enterprises in the context of The Public Accounts (CPT) System. Also, information concerning the dimension, the investment, and the personnel/employees spending can be examined.

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