The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, in compliance with the 76th Legislature enactment of House Bill 1016 and Texas Government Code 2052.0021, the following statutorily required reports have been made available in electronic format as recommended by the Texas Legislative Council. Many of the reports are in Adobe Portable Document (PDF) format and must be viewed with Adobe Reader, a common web plug-in available at no charge from the Adobe web site.
Affirmative Action Plan
The U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) is committed to ensuring that Government contractors comply with the equal employment opportunity (EEO) and the affirmative action provisions of their contracts. Each Government contractor with 50 or more employees and $50,000 or more in government contracts is required to develop a written affirmative action program (AAP) for each of its establishments.
OFCCP administers and enforces Executive Order 11246, as amended, which prohibits federal contractors and federally-assisted construction contractors and subcontractors, who do over $10,000 in Government business in one year from discriminating in employment decisions on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. The Executive Order also requires Government contractors to take affirmative action to insure that equal opportunity is provided in all aspects of their employment. A written affirmative action program helps the contractor identify and analyze potential problems in the participation and utilization of women and minorities in the contractor's workforce.
Pursuant to 5 U.S.C. Sec. 552, the health science center asserts that at least certain sections, exhibits, and compliance investigation files are exempt from the (FOIA) disclosure provisions.
Due Date: 60 days after the commencement of the new plan year.
Contact: Jennifer M. Smith, Equal Employment Opportunity Advisor
Affirmative Action Plan Reports: Report available upon request.
Annual Reports and Inventories
No later than November 20th the executive head of each state agency shall file with the Governor, the State Auditor, the Legislative Budget Board, Legislative Reference Library, and the Comptroller of Public Accounts 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 Comptroller of Public Accounts. Government Code, Section 2101.011.
The Unaudited Annual Financial Report for U.T. Health Science Center consists of the Balance Sheet, Statement of Changes in Fund Balance, Statement of Current Funds Revenues and Expenditures, Statement of Method of Financing and Current Funds Expenditures and Supporting Schedules. The reports were prepared in conformity with General Accepted Accounting Principles.
An institution shall provide written notification to the Legislative Budget Board, not later than the 10th day after an institution of higher education enters into a contract for consulting services, a contract for professional services, a construction contract, or a contract for major information systems. Government Code, HB 1, 76 th Leg., Art. IX, Sec. 9-7.05, pg. IX-64
No later than December 1st of each year of the biennium, an agency shall file with the Legislative Budget Board, the Governor's Office, and the State Auditor a report on the agency's use of a contract workforce in the preceding fiscal year. The report shall be prepared according to a format prescribed by the State Auditor and shall include a description of how the agency has complied with the provisions of this rider and an evaluation of the work performed by a contract workforce, including an assessment of whether work was completed on time, within budget, and according to contract specifications. HB 1, 76th Leg., Art. IX, Sec. 9-11.18, pg. IX-87.
Section 2114 of the Texas Government Code requires state agencies and institutions to submit a Report on Customer Service to the Legislative Budget Board and to the Governor's Office of Budget, Planning and Policy no later than June 1 of each even-numbered year. The information requested shall be as specified by the Governor's Office of Budget and Planning and the Legislative Budget Board and may include evaluations of an agency's: facilities, including the customer's ability to access that agency, the office location, signs, and cleanliness; staff, including employee courtesy, friendliness, and knowledgeability, and whether staff members adequately identify themselves to customers by name, including the use of name plates or tags for accountability; communications, including toll-free telephone access, the average time a customer spends on hold, call transfers, access to a live person, letters, and electronic mail; Internet site, including the ease of use of the site, information on the location of the site and the agency, and information accessible through the site such as a listing of services and programs and whom to contact for further information or to complain; complaint handling process, including whether it is easy to file a complaint and whether responses are timely; ability to timely serve its customers, including the amount of time a customer waits for service in person, by phone, by letter, or at a website; and brochures or other printed information, including the accuracy of that information.
Federal Healthcare Reform Report
This schedule provides information on agency costs, savings, and federal fund revenues resulting from implementing the mandates of federal healthcare reform legislation. This information is required only from state agencies and institutions of higher education impacted by the federal healthcare reform legislation.
This supplemental schedule applies to all agencies and institutions of higher education affected by federal healthcare reform legislation enacted in March 2010. This legislation consists of H.R. 3590, the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010." and H.R. 4872, the "Healthcare and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010."
Federal Homeland Security Funding
As prescribed by Article IX, Sec. 7.09 of the General Appropriations Act (GAA) for the 2008-2009 Biennium: All state agencies and institutions of higher education shall include in their operating budget reports to the Legislative Budget Board:
- (1) an estimated amount of federal homeland security funding received by the agency or institution of higher education and used for the operation and administration of state homeland security programs; and
- (2) the amount of federal homeland security funding received by the agency or institution of higher education and passed through to other agencies, institutions, or local units of government.
Information provided in accordance with Subsection (2) of this section shall be used for informational purposes only and shall be reported to the members of the legislature by the Legislative Budget Board at the end of each fiscal year.
Fees, Fines and Penalties
As prescribed by Article IX, Sec. 7.08 of the General Appropriations Act (GAA) for the 2008-2009 Biennium: Before November 1 of each fiscal year, each state agency and institution of higher education shall report to the Legislative Budget Board in the manner prescribed by the Legislative Budget Board all fees, fines, and penalties assessed and all fees, fines, and penalties assessed but not collected by the agency or institution during the prior fiscal year. Each report made under this section shall detail the effort made by the reporting state agency or institution of higher education to collect fees, fines, and penalties that are more than ninety days past due.
Full-time Equivalent (FTE) State Employees
Not later than the last day of the first month following each quarter of the fiscal year, a State agency shall file with the State Auditor's Office a written report that provides for that fiscal quarter:
- Number of full-time equivalent State employees employed by the agency and paid from funds in the State Treasury;
- Number of full-time equivalent State employees employed by the agency and paid from funds outside of the State Treasury;
- The increase or decrease, if any, of the number of full-time equivalent employees from the fiscal quarter preceding the quarter covered by the report;
- The number of positions of the agency paid from funds in the State Treasury;
- The number of positions of the agency paid from funds outside of the State Treasury;
- The number of individuals who performed services for the agency under a contract, including consultants and individuals employed under contracts with temporary help services; and
- The number of managers, supervisors, and staff.
The report must be made in the manner prescribed by the State Auditor.
Due Date: Last day of first month following each fiscal year quarter
Contact: Vanessa McKeown, Assistant Controller
FTE State Employees Reports: FY2005 4th Qtr , FY2006 4th Qtr , FY2007 4th Qtr , FY2008 1st Qtr , FY2008 2nd Qtr , FY2008 3rd Qtr , FY2008 4th Qtr , FY2009 1st Qtr , FY2009 2nd Qtr , FY2009 3rd Qtr , FY2009 4th Qtr , FY2010 1st Qtr , FY2010 2nd Qtr , FY2010 3rd Qtr , FY2010 4th Qtr , FY2011 1st Qtr , FY2011 2nd Qtr , FY2011 3rd Qtr ,FY2011 4th Qtr , FY2012 1st Qtr , FY2012 2nd Qtr , FY2012 3rd Qtr , FY2013 1st Qtr , FY2013 2nd Qtr , FY2013 3rd Qtr
Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) Contracts
Each State agency shall send to the Texas Procurement and Support Services (TPASS) information required by the commission for the preparation of the commission's report not later than March 15th and September 15th of each year.
Each State agency shall report the following information with regard to the expenditure of both treasury and non-treasury funds:
- The total dollar amount of purchases and payments made under contracts awarded to historically underutilized businesses;
- The number of businesses participating in any issuance of state bonds by the agency;
- The number of contracts awarded to businesses with regard to the agency's acquisition, construction, or equipping of a facility or implementation of a program; and
- The number of bids, proposals, or other applicable expressions of interest made by historically underutilized businesses with regard to the agency's acquisition, construction, or equipping of a facility or implementation of a program
The internal auditor shall prepare an annual report and submit the report before November 1 of each year to the governor, the Legislative Budget Board, the Sunset Advisory Commission, the state auditor, the state agency's governing board, and the administrator. The state auditor shall prescribe the form and content of the report, subject to the approval of the legislative audit committee. Government Code, Section 2102.009.
Legislative Appropriations Request
Each institution, department, agency, officer, employee, or agent of the state shall submit any estimate or report relating to appropriations requested by the Legislative Budget Board or under the Boards direction. Each estimate or report shall be submitted at a time set by the board and in the manner and form prescribed by Board rules. An estimate or report under this section is in addition to an estimate or report required by other law, including those estimates or reports relating to appropriations required by Chapter 401. Government Code, Section 322.007.
The Governor may collaborate with the Legislative Budget Board in designing and preparing uniform budget estimate forms on which all requests for legislative appropriations must be prepared. The Governor shall require that all appropriation requests be submitted to the Governor on the forms. Government Code, Section 401.042.
Due Date: Prescribed by the Legislative Budget Board
Contact: Vanessa McKeown, Assistant Controller
Legislative Appropriations Request Reports: FY2002/FY2003 , FY2004/FY2005 , FY2006/FY2007 , FY2008/FY2009 , FY2010/FY2011 , FY2012/2013 , FY2014/2015
Each institution of higher education is required to submit an annual report of non-financial data as prescribed by the Texas Government Code, Section 2101.0115.
NOTE: Section (6) of the report requires an itemization of any purchases made under Section 2155.067, including each product purchased, the amount of the purchase, and the name of the vendor. Per the Texas Education Code, Chapter 51, Section 9.335, Institutions of Higher Education are not required to acquire goods or services under Chapter 2155.
On or before November 1st of each fiscal year, an itemized budget covering operations of that fiscal year shall be filed with the Governor's Office, the Legislative Budget Board, the Comptroller of Public Accounts, Higher Education Coordinating Board and the Legislative Reference Library in the format prescribed jointly by both budget offices.
Due Date: Before November 1st annually
Contact: Vanessa McKeown, Assistant Controller
Annual Operating Budget Reports: FY2004 , FY2005 , FY2006 , FY2007 , FY2008 , FY2009 , FY2010 , FY2011 , FY2012 , FY2013
Optional Retirement Program
The governing board of each institution of higher education, other than the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, shall annually submit a report to the coordinating board that includes information concerning the number of participants and eligible positions and the amount of contributions. Government Code, Section 830.006.
Research Conflict of Interest Management Plans
In compliance with the UT System Administration Policy entitled “Disclosure of Significant Financial Interests and Management and Reporting of Financial Conflicts of Interest in Research-Health Institutions” (UTS175), the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston posts information about each employee with a significant financial conflict of interest in research for whom a Research Conflict of Interest Management Plan has been approved. Continue reading...
Due Date: Updated annually by July 1 of each year
Contact: Loretta Davis, MPA, Manager, Conflict of Interest Program
Tobacco Endowment Fund Expenditures
On or before November 1st of each fiscal year, tobacco endowment fund expenditures are required to be submitted to the Legislative Budget Board (LBB) and the Governor by November 1st.
The first, required by Article III, Section 51 of the current appropriations bill, is a budget for FY 2006. Per the rider, the budget "shall describe the purposes and amounts for which such funds will be expended..."
UT Expenditure Transparency Reports
The UT Health Science Center at Houston is committed to providing the public and policymakers information about how the university and its 7 operating units are addressing goals and priorities and how we measure progress. In the spirit of transparency and to further demonstrate our fiduciary responsibility to the public, we are publishing Expenditure Transparency Reports for the 2006 and 2007 fiscal years. Cumulative quarterly reports will begin in the 2008 fiscal year.
The reports, which detail expenditures such as salaries and wages, maintenance and operations, and travel, represent a detailed, categorized listing of all expenditures. Expenditure types listed align directly with the categories maintained in our internal accounting system.
The reports do not present financial information in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Both capital purchases and depreciation, the systematic allocation of the cost of long-lived assets, are presented. Internal activities within the university such as university operated service departments or revolving accounts have also been preserved for full transparency.
Disclaimer: Reports found on this web site are not intended to present data regarding the financial condition of The UT Health Science Center at Houston and must not be relied on as such by the reader.
Due Date: Quarterly, beginning in FY2008
Contact: Vanessa McKeown, Assistant Controller
Quarterly UT Expenditure Transparency Reports: FY2006 , FY2007 , FY2008 1st Qtr , FY2008 2nd Qtr , FY2008 3rd Qtr , FY2008 4th Qtr , FY2009 1st Qtr , FY2009 2nd Qtr , FY2009 3rd Qtr , FY2009 4th Qtr , FY2010 1st Qtr , FY2010 2nd Qtr , FY2010 3rd Qtr , FY2010 4th Qtr , FY2011 1st Qtr , FY2011 2nd Qtr , FY2011 3rd Qtr , FY2011 4th Qtr , FY2012 1st Qtr , FY2012 2nd Qtr , FY2012 3rd Qtr , FY2012 4th Qtr , FY2013 1st Qtr
2010 - 2011 5% Reduction Proposal
The Governor of Texas asked that each state agency thoroughly review all planned expenditures for the remainder of the biennium and submit a plan to identify savings in priority increments totaling 5 percent of the general revenue appropriations for the 2010-2011 biennium.
How to submit your report for posting can be found at: Report Submission Procedures
Send Questions or Comments to: Sophia.M.Solis@uth.tmc.edu