The Ministry of Finance, in cooperation with the World Bank, has established the Open Budget e-Portal

 with the aim of making it easy for citizens to access federal budget information, as well as promoting
 governmental policy in an attempt to support transparency and open governance. The Open Budget
 e-Portal includes budget’s financial data and indicators that have been analyzed using intelligent
dashboards. The data is presented in a comprehensive manner, and includes a detailed presentation of
 the public resources, government expenditures and public treasury accounts since 2015, allowing the
 open budget portal user to access detailed financial data on revenues, expenditures and public debt of
 the Republic of Iraq, including data on :
First: Open budget documents, including:
  1. Pre-budget statement: presents expected total revenues, levels of expenditures and debts, and sectors’ allocations.
  3. The executive budget proposal: The government’s detailed plans on priorities of policies, and ministries and departments’ allocations for the next year.
  5. The enacted budget: legal documents that empower the executive authority to implement organizational procedures of the budget.
  7. The in-year reports include data of the revenues collected, actual expenditures, and debts accrued within a specific period.
  9. The mid-year report includes data of the actual budget for the first six months of the year (revenues, expenditures, debts) for evaluating the assumptions upon which the budget has been prepared, and modifying budget figures accordingly for the remaining six months.
  11. The year-end report includes the position of the governmental accounts at the end of the fiscal year, which includes - ideally - an evaluation of the progress made into achieving the objectives mentioned in the enacted budget.
  13. The audit report includes the evaluation of the board of supreme audit of the government’s financial performance in the past budget year.
  15. The citizen budget and it is a simplified version of the budget that is used for non-technical purposes and made in very clear understandable form to make it easy for citizens to grasp the government’s plans and actions and allows for their feedback for the next fiscal year.
           Second: Diagrams of financial statistics, and includes:
  1. Total revenues and expenditures of Iraq’s federal budget (2015 - 2016)
  3. Implementing the budget at the level of ministries and departments (2015 - 2016)
  5. Public debt (2015 - 2016)
           Third: other documents and include:
                  Quarterly pamphlet on the public debt - 2016 
"The Open Budget team in the Directorate of Information Technology at the Iraqi Ministry of Finance