It followed an expenses scandal involving two senior civil servants who were subsequently cleared of wrongdoing, but whose actions resulted in a toughening up of the rules.
In a statement to ITV News, following our report, the States of Jersey said: "The travel expenses data for the outstanding 2018 report has been collated and is being checked by departments. It will be issued in February. The report for the remainder of 2018 will be issued in March."
Its publication is later than expected because of competing pressures and is not helped by antiquated systems that require manual intervention to prepare the report."
A States spokesperson apologised for the delay and pledged to publish it as soon as it had been checked and verified.