ABD is required to each year prepare an annual report to the Governor as required by Iowa Code section 123.16. The report contains agency information from the previous fiscal year beginning July 1 and ending on June 30. The report also includes all funds on hand and the sources from which the funds are derived. Detailed in the report is the total quantity and kind of liquor sold, along with the increase or decrease of liquor sales from the previous fiscal year. Additionally, the annual report indicates the number of alcohol licenses and permits issued and the amount of license and permit fees collected.
Annual reports dating back to Fiscal Year 2005 can be found here.
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alcoholic beverage control study
In today’s alcohol marketplace, it is more important than ever for the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division (Division) to examine its operations to ensure that the Division efficiently manages and allocates its resources and returns value for the investments dedicated to its mission. This requires a comprehensive organizational strategy to guide strategic decisions about our operations and polices.
The Division has engaged in an intensive strategic planning process to devise a plan that is progressive and participatory. We reassessed our mission, vision, and values, and defined the organizational strategy to improve our performance over the next four years.
Monitoring performance aligned to our strategy requires implementation of effective performance measures. The Division plans to use a suite of performance measures and indicators to monitor and address key risks and evaluate progress toward each strategic objective that supports our program goals. These performance measures will be monitored and updated as objectives and programs evolve.
The Division is issuing its strategic plan for fiscal years 2018-2022 to define its roadmap for continuous improvement. This organizational strategy serves as a guide for strategic decisions about our operations and policies. The strategic management framework engages individuals from across the Division, reflecting insights, creativity, and energy of the entire organization.
As we move forward with implementing this strategic plan, we expect continued opportunities for our various internal and external stakeholders to become involved with objectives and initiatives to help us improve results and achieve our strategic goals that align with Governor Reynolds goal of “Creating a competitive business environment.”
The Alcoholic Beverage Strategic Plan can be found here.