State agencies are required to make certain reports available in electronic format. The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (Agency 745) has published the following reports:
The Texas Internal Auditing Act requires state agencies and institutions of higher education to file an annual report on internal audit activity and the individual internal audit reports. The annual report is submitted to the State Auditor's Office, the Office of the Governor, the Legislative Budget Board, and the Sunset Advisory Commission. (.pdf format)
In accordance with Article IX, Part 7 of the General Appropriations Act, no later than November 20th of each year shall the executive head of each state agency file with the Governor's Office, the Legislative Budget Board, and the Legislative Reference Library an annual report as of August 31st of the preceding fiscal year showing the use of appropriated funds. An annual report shall be prepared by the agency to present the financial position and the results of its operations and changes in financial position for the fiscal year in conformity with reporting guidance provided by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. (.pdf format)
House Bill 12 of the 83rd legislative session requires each state agency and institution of higher education receiving a gift, grant, donation, or other consideration from a person designed as state employee salary supplements or other purposes to report certain information to the Texas State Auditor's Office as codified in Section 659.021(i) of the Texas Government Code. In addition, information regarding staff compensation and related information per Texas Government Code, Section 659.026 must be made available. (.pdf format)
Requests for state appropriations are contained in the report jointly filed with the Texas Legislative Budget Board and the Governor's Office. (.pdf format)
In accordance with Article III, Section 6 of the General Appropriations Act, an itemized budget covering operations for the ensuing fiscal year ending August 31st shall be filed with the Texas Legislative Budget Board, the Governor's Office, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, and the Legislative Reference Library by December 1st.
Article III, Section 42 of the General Appropriations Act requires state agencies and institutions of higher education that are appropriated Tobacco Settlement Receipts to submit a budget to the Texas Legislative Budget Board and the Governor's Office no later than November 1st of each year. The report shall describe the purposes and amounts for which the funds will be used.
Senate Bill 255 of the 85th legislative session requires state agencies and institutions of higher education to submit an annual training and education report to the Texas Legislative Budget Board by August 31st as codified in the Texas Government Code, Section 656.047(c).
The 82nd Texas Legislature, Senate Bill 5, Section 1.03 requires that each public institution of higher education posts its "Check Register" of payments on the institution's Internet website, including for each payment from general revenue, or from tuition and fees, the
- payment amount
- purpose of the payment
- name of the payee
As an alternative to posting that information on the institutional website, an institution may instead provide an easily noticeable, direct link to similar information on the State Comptroller's website. You may search expenditures of state funds by Texas agency, including the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, by visiting the Texas Comptroller's Texas Transparency web site. Click on this link and follow the menus provided to search general revenue expenditures of the Health Science Center or any other agency of the State of Texas.