Except for specific reporting procedures that are prescribed on the following:
|Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Employee System
Texas Government Code, Section 2052.103 requires state agencies and institutions of higher education to submit quarterly reports of full-time equivalent (FTE) positions.
|Self-Reported Status of SAO Recommendations
Submit agency responses to audit findings as mandated by Section 321.014 (f), Government Code (House Bill 2906, 75th Legislature).
| Practice Plan Reporting Requirements
Requirements, instructions and clarifications for Health Related Institution's practice plans.
| Higher Education Institution Investment Reporting to the SAO
The General Appropriations Act (82nd Legislature) requires that every state university and community college must file with the State
Auditor’s Office (SAO), the Comptroller of Public Accounts, the Governor’s Office, and the Legislative Budget Board (LBB) an annual investment report, with information as of August 31. In addition,
by December 31 of each year, each state university and community college must submit a copy of its investment policy to the LBB and
Entities should file the required investment information with the SAO by (1) posting the investment information on their Web site and
(2) electronically submitting to the SAO by December 31 each year the SAO’s
Tracking Report for Investment Reporting
to the SAO by Higher Education Institutions, detailing the Web posting locations of relevant
| Internal Auditing Requirements
The Texas Internal Auditing Act requires each Internal Auditor to file an annual report on his/her agency's or institution's internal audit activity and the individual internal audit reports prepared for the governing board or administrator.
| Small Agency Risk Assessment
||Section 2102.013(c), Government Code (House Bill 2485, 78th Legislature, Regular Session) requires certain state agencies to submit a written risk assessment to the SAO.
| Disclosure Statement for Outside Financial Advisors and Service Providers
||Section 2263.005, Government Code (Senate Bill 1059, 78th Legislature, Regular Session) requires certain financial disclosures. If these disclosure requirements apply to your entity, we recommend that you use this form to obtain the required disclosures.
|Report Fraud, Waste, and Abuse
||Report fraud, waste and abuse.
State agencies, institutions of higher education, and other entities should submit required reports to the
State Auditor’s Office in the following manner: