Welcome to the DSBSD buyer’s page. This page will provide you with direct access to the SWaM Expenditure Dashboard portal so you can check and monitor your agency SWaM spend against your aspirational goals as well as check for legislative updates that will impact your goal achievement.
Legislative Updates can be found on our Legislation Page: Click here for Legislation Updates
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The total dollars paid by state agencies to vendors for goods and services including construction through contracts or purchase orders resulting in the process of procurement. Payments to governmental entities, fees for services such as banking transactions, and payments that are not procurement related such as employee payroll, employee benefits, or utility monthly charges are not considered to be discretionary expenditures.
For reporting purposes, a list of specific account codes that are used to record these procurement payments in the Commonwealth’s Accounting System (Cardinal) has been identified.
Click here for more information on discretionary spend.
Click here for a listing of reportable object codes.
The SWaM Expenditure Dashboard is a tool to help agencies verify where they are in regards to meeting their aspirational goals.
New SWaM Expenditure Dashboard:
Click here for the New Expenditure Dashboard – for reporting and adjustments for fiscal year 2020 starting September 3rd.
*Note FY20 SWaM Plans are available now to be completed in the New System and are due by September 25, 2019.
OLD SWaM Expenditure Dashboard:
Click here for the Old Expenditure Dashboard – for reporting and adjusting fiscal year 2019 until August 31st 2019.
Please reference the Dashboard Calendar to see when adjustments and subcontracting spend should be submitted each month. Also, reference the P-card Reporting Guidelines to see when credit card payments are imported into the Dashboard.