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1 LEGISLATIVE BUDGET BOARD Preparing and Submitting Legislative Appropriation Requests in ABEST for Institutions and Agencies of Higher Education, Schedules 1 9 Data Entry Instructions for Institutions and Agencies of Higher Education for the Eighty-fourth Legislature, Regular Session GOVERNOR S OFFICE OF BUDGET, PLANNING, AND POLICY LEGISLATIVE BUDGET BOARD STAFF JUNE 2014

2 Contents Document Conventions... 3 Schedules... 4 Other Educational, General, and Patient Income... 4 Health-related Institution Patient Income... 7 Selected Educational, General and Other Funds... 7 Group Insurance... 8 ERS, UT/A&M and Supplemental Submenus... 8 Junior Colleges Computation of OASI...12 Calculation of Retirement Proportionality and ORP Differential...14 Capital Funding (PUF & HEF)...15 Personnel...16 FTE Positions (Part A) Head Count (Part B) Salaries (Part C) Tuition Revenue Bond - Projects Schedule...21 Tuition Revenue Bond - Issuance History Schedule...22 Authorization Detail Actual and Proposed Detail Tuition Revenue Bond Capacity Schedule...25 Special Items...26 Resolving Closing Edits Table: ABEST Warnings for Institutions* (Schedules)...28 Table: Institutions Affected by Warnings...29 Generating Reports ID: 1667

3 Document Conventions This document uses the following symbolic conventions: Caution: This symbol warns you of the possible loss of data. Important: This symbol indicates information you need to know. Tip: This symbol indicates information that may be useful. 3 ID: 1667

4 Schedules Institutions and agencies of Higher Education are required to enter additional schedules into ABEST. This manual is a supplement to the Legislative Appropriations Request (LAR) instructions. Refer to the Detailed Instructions for Schedules, the examples, templates, and Preparing and Submitting Legislative Appropriation Requests in ABEST for additional information. From the LBB website ( click Agencies Portal. Under Instructions, click Legislative Appropriations Request (LAR). You will enter data similar to Other Educational, General, and Patient Income on additional submenus later. To avoid repetition in these instructions, links and references to page numbers will refer you to the initial procedures, under Other Educational, General, and Patient Income. You must use the relevant submenu depending on where you are in the data entry process, but the basic steps are similar. Other Educational, General, and Patient Income All general academic and health-related institutions, Lamar State Colleges, and Texas State Technical Colleges should enter data on this submenu. Institutions will provide updated information for 2014 after the end of the fiscal year. Enter data on actual and estimated Other Educational and General Income (Other E&G Income) for fiscal years 2013 through The information entered here calculates the estimated appropriations for Other E&G Income and creates Schedule 1A. Click the Higher Education menu and Other E, G & P Income submenu, as shown below. Important: You cannot enter negative numbers on the grid. ABEST will automatically calculate the totals based on the plus/less label displayed for each row. Adding Amounts - Enter the dollar amounts for each item and year listed and click Save. 4 ID: 1667

5 Click OK to confirm your request, as shown below. Important: If an error message appears, click OK in the dialog box (shown below) and review the edit near the bottom of the screen. A magnifying glass displays for items that require a unique description or that need to be itemized. Adding Itemized Amounts - Save any unsaved data first, then click the magnifying glass located in the leftmost position on the row, as shown below. 5 ID: 1667

6 The Itemize grid displays on the screen, as shown below. Enter the Item name (210 character limit) and the dollar amounts for each year and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. Click the Return hyperlink at the top of the grid to go back to the previous screen. A summation of the amounts entered on the Itemize grid display on the Other E, G & P Income main screen, as shown below. 6 ID: 1667

7 Revising Amounts - To modify a row, click in the appropriate fields, revise the amount, and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. When you save the data, the total fields for each section automatically update. Health-related Institution Patient Income Health-related institutions (HRIs) that either generate patient income from hospital operations and receive General Revenue Funds for hospital operations or receive patient income from dental clinic operations should enter data on this submenu. HRIs must provide updated information for 2014 after the end of the fiscal year. The information collected here provides detail on patient income collected at institutions that operate a hospital or dental clinic. The information is used to calculate the estimated appropriations for patient income. The data collected here creates Schedule 1B. Click the Higher Education menu and the Health-related Institution Patient Income submenu, as shown below. Add the amounts for each item and year, just as you did earlier under the Other E, G & P Income submenu. See page 4 for data entry details. Important: You cannot enter negative numbers on the grid. ABEST will automatically calculate the totals based on the plus/less label displayed for each row. Selected Educational, General and Other Funds All general academic and health-related institutions, Lamar State Colleges, and Texas State Technical Colleges should enter data on this submenu. The information collected here summarizes educational, General and Other Funds, and includes funding sources not reflected in Schedule 1A or 1B or the Summary of Request. The data entered here creates Schedule 2. Click the Higher Education menu and the Selected Educational, General and Other Funds submenu, as shown below. 7 ID: 1667

8 Add the amounts for each item and year, just as you did earlier under the Other E, G & P Income submenu. See page 4 for data entry details. Important: You cannot enter negative numbers on the grid. ABEST will automatically calculate the totals based on the plus/less label displayed for each row. Group Insurance Review the categories and submenus below to determine where to enter your group insurance detail. SUBMENU CATEGORY Group Insurance - ERS Institutions participating in the Employees Retirement System s (ERS) Group Benefits (Schedule 3A) Group Insurance UT/A&M Components of The University of Texas and Texas A&M Systems (Schedule 3B) Group Insurance Junior Colleges Junior Colleges (Schedule 3C) University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston - Texas Department of Criminal Justice and Group Insurance Supplemental Texas Youth Commission Correctional Managed Health Care employees (Schedule 3D) University of Texas at Brownsville - Texas Southmost College employees covered by University Group Insurance Supplemental of Texas group insurance (Schedule 3D) University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston - Harris County Psychiatric Center Group Insurance Supplemental employees (Schedule 3D) Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - Texas Department of Criminal Justice Group Insurance Supplemental Correctional Managed Health Care Employees (Schedule 3D) Institutions of higher education with an active contract for Correctional Managed Health Care Group Insurance Supplemental with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (Schedule 3D) Texas Forest Service employees funded through appropriations from General Revenue Group Insurance Supplemental Insurance Maintenance Tax (Schedule 3D) Important: You cannot enter data for retirees on the Group Insurance ERS submenu. ERS enters the data for retirees. ERS, UT/A&M and Supplemental Submenus The Group Insurance UT/A&M and Group Insurance Junior Colleges submenus are used as the primary examples for entering group insurance data for these instructions. Follow the same instructions when entering data for ERS and Supplemental group insurance. You must use the relevant submenu depending on the category your institution falls into, but the basic steps are the same. 8 ID: 1667

9 See the instructions for Junior Colleges on page 11. Click the Higher Education menu and the Group Insurance UT/A&M submenu. GR & GR-D Percentages Enter the GR% and GR-D% values in the GR & GR-D Percentages section and click Save, as shown below. Click OK to confirm your request. Important: The sum of the GR and GR-Dedicated percentages must equal 100%; otherwise, your data will not be saved. If an error message appears, click OK in the dialog box (shown below) and review the edit near the bottom of the screen. Edit the values so that they equal 100%, and click Save. Actives Scroll down to the Actives section to enter detail for active employees. You will enter similar detail on the other sections. To avoid repetition in these instructions, links and references to page numbers will refer you to these initial procedures, under the Actives section. You must use the relevant section depending on where you are in the data entry process, but the basic steps are similar. Enter the E&G Enrollment and Local Non-E&G amounts for each line item in the Full Time Actives section and click Save (shown below). Click OK to confirm your request. 9 ID: 1667

10 The GR Enrollment, GR-D/OEGI Enrollment, and Total E&G (Check) automatically calculate based on the entries made above. Scroll down to the Part Time Actives section, enter the E&G Enrollment and Local Non-E&G amounts and click Save (shown below). Click OK to confirm your request. Retirees Scroll down to the Retirees section to enter detail for retired employees. Enter the E&G Enrollment and Local Non-E&G amounts for each line item for the full time and part time retirees, just as you did earlier under the Actives section. See page 9 for data entry details. Enrollment Scroll down to the Enrollment section, as shown below. The Enrollment section is a total of the Active and Retirees sections entered previously. 10 ID: 1667

11 Junior Colleges Click the Higher Education menu and the Group Insurance Junior Colleges submenu, as shown below. Actives You will enter similar detail in other sections. To avoid repetition in these instructions, links and references to page numbers will refer you to these initial procedures, under the Actives section. You must use the relevant section depending on where you are in the data entry process, but the basic steps are identical. Scroll down to the Actives section to enter detail for active employees. Enter the Total I & A Enrollment and Local Non I & A amounts for each line item in the Full Time Actives section and click Save (shown below). Click OK to confirm. The GR Percent, Non - GR Percent, and Total Enrollment automatically calculate based on the entries made above. Scroll down to the Part Time Actives section to enter the Total I & A Enrollment and Local Non I & A amounts for each line item and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. 11 ID: 1667

12 Retirees Scroll down to the Retirees section to enter detail for retired employees. Enter the Total I & A Enrollment and Local Non I & A amounts for each line item for the full time and part time retirees, just as you did earlier under the Actives section. See page 11 for data entry details. Enrollment Scroll down to the Enrollment section, as shown below. The Enrollment section is a total of the Active and Retirees sections entered previously. Computation of OASI All general academic and health-related institutions, Lamar State Colleges, Texas State Technical Colleges, and Texas A&M System agencies should enter data on this submenu. The information collected here provides detail for actual and estimated (OASI) for fiscal years 2013 through This information is used to calculate the amount to be deducted from the Other Educational and General Income Estimates. The data collected here creates Schedule ID: 1667

13 Click the Higher Education menu and the Computation of OASI submenu, as shown below. Enter the Grand Total, OASI (100%) for each year and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. Enter the General Revenue (%to Total), Other Educational and General Funds (% to Total), and Health-Related Institutions Patient Income (% to Total) for each year and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. Important: The sum total (GR, Other, and Health-related) for each year must equal 100%; otherwise, your data will not be saved. If an error message appears, click OK in the dialog box (shown below) and review the edit near the bottom of the screen. Edit the values so that they equal 100%, and click Save. 13 ID: 1667

14 The Allocation of Total OASI (gray totals) for each section automatically calculates based on the entries made above. Calculation of Retirement Proportionality and ORP Differential All general academic and health-related institutions, Lamar State Colleges, Texas State Technical Colleges, and Texas A&M System agencies should enter data on this submenu. The information collected here provides detail for actual and estimated proportionality and Optional Retirement Program (ORP) differential for fiscal years 2013 through The data collected here creates Schedule 5. Click the Higher Education menu and the Calculation of Retirement Proportionality and ORP Differential submenu, as shown below. Enter the Payroll and Employer Contributions (rows 1-4) for each year and click Save, as shown below. Click OK in the dialog box to confirm your request, as shown below. 14 ID: 1667

15 Scroll down to the Proportionality Percentages section to enter the General Revenue, Other Educational and General Income, and Health-Related Institutions Patient Income for each year and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. Important: The sum of the proportionality percentage for each year must equal 100%; otherwise, your data will not be saved. If an error message appears, click OK in the dialog box (shown below) and review the edit near the bottom of the screen. Edit the values so that they equal 100%, and click Save. Scroll down to the Differential section, enter data for each year, and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. ABEST will use the data entered from each section to calculate the Proportional and HRI Patient Income Contribution (gray section) and the Total Differential, as shown above. Capital Funding (PUF & HEF) All general academic and health-related institutions, Lamar State Colleges, Texas State Technical Colleges, and Texas A&M System agencies must enter data on this submenu. The data collected here provides information on Permanent University Fund (PUF) and Higher Education Fund (HEF) bond proceeds and debt service, as well as 15 ID: 1667

16 information on Tuition Revenue Bonds (TRB) and patient income. The data collected here creates Schedule 6. Click the Higher Education menu and the Capital Funding (PUF & HEF) submenu, as shown below. Add the amounts for each item and year, just as you did earlier under the Other E, G & P Income submenu. See page 4 for data entry details. Important: You cannot enter negative numbers on the grid. ABEST will automatically calculate the totals based on the plus/less label displayed for each row. Balances as of End of Fiscal Year, as shown below, are categorized totals entered in the sections above (I, II, and IV). Personnel All general academic and health-related institutions, Lamar State Colleges, Texas State Technical Colleges, and Texas A&M System agencies should enter data on this submenu. The data collected here provides information on FTE positions and personnel headcount at institutions of higher education in addition to the information included in the Strategy Request. The data collected here creates Schedule 7. Click the Higher Education menu and the Personnel submenu, as shown below. 16 ID: 1667

17 FTE Positions (Part A) For Part A, enter the FTE positions in the top three sections displayed on the screen. Enter Directly Appropriated funds in the first section, Other Appropriated funds in the second section, and Non Appropriated funds in the third section. You will enter similar detail on Parts B and C later. To avoid repetition in these instructions, links and references to page numbers will refer you to these initial procedures, under Part A. You must use the relevant sections depending on where you are in the data entry process, but the basic steps will be the same. Adding FTEs - Use the gray section at the bottom of each section to add FTE amounts. Select a Description from the drop-down box, enter the FTE amounts associated with each year, and click Save, as shown below. Important: The data will not be saved unless you have entered at least one FTE amount. Click OK in the dialog box to confirm your request, as shown below. Important: If you select an Other (Itemize) description (shown below), select the Description and click Save. See Adding Itemized FTEs amounts below. 17 ID: 1667

18 Adding Itemized FTEs - Use the gray section at the bottom of the grid to select the Other (Itemize) description. Select a Description from the drop-down box and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. A magnifying glass displays to the left of the Description. To enter FTE amounts for these items, click the magnifying glass located to the left of the Description, as shown below. Enter the Itemized Description (35 character limit) and the FTE amounts for each year and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. Important: After clicking save, Parts B and C are available for data entry. If necessary, enter data for Parts B and C. Modify the description, if necessary, enter the amounts for each year, and click Save. Click OK to confirm. Click the Return hyperlink go back to the previous screen, as shown below. 18 ID: 1667

19 A summation of the amounts entered on the Itemize grid display on the Personnel main screen, as shown below. Repeat the steps to add as many FTEs as needed. Revising FTEs Click in the appropriate section to revise FTE amounts and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. As you save the data, the total fields for each section automatically update. Important: You cannot modify the Description once the item has been saved. If you need to modify the Description, delete the existing row and re-add the information. Deleting FTEs - Save any unsaved data first and then click the red x to the left of the Description (shown below). Click OK to confirm. The options in the following table are helpful in moving from the top to the bottom of the screen quickly, especially when you have a large amount of data displayed on the screen. 19 ID: 1667

20 NAVIGATION OPTIONS REFERENCE White Arrow (top right) Use this toggle switch to collapse/expand a particular section. It will enable you to view the details above/below a section (shown below). Part B Headcount Part C Salary Top and Bottom Hyperlink directs you to Part B Personnel Headcount and displays the three sections used to enter appropriated, other and non appropriated funds. Hyperlink directs you to Part C Salaries and displays the three sections used to enter appropriated, other and non appropriated funds. Hyperlink positions the cursor at the top or bottom of the screen. Head Count (Part B) Click on the Part B HeadCount hyperlink at the top of the screen (shown below). Add the descriptions, FTE amounts for each year, just as you did earlier for Part A. See page 17 for data entry details. Salaries (Part C) Click on the Part C Salary hyperlink at the top of the screen (shown below). Add the descriptions, amounts for each year, just as you did earlier for Part A. See page 17 for data entry details. 20 ID: 1667

21 Tuition Revenue Bond - Projects Schedule Each institution seeking tuition revenue bond authority shall provide information on each proposed project for which tuition revenue bond funding is being requested. The data collected here provides the Legislature and Governor with information to evaluate proposed tuition revenue bond projects. The information entered here creates Schedule 8A. Click the Higher Education menu and the Tuition Revenue Bond - Projects Schedule submenu, as shown below. Adding a Project Use the gray section to add the Name, Project Type, Location, Facility Type, Bond Request, Project Cost, Cost per Sq. Ft., Gross Sq. Ft., Assignable Sq. Ft., Start Date, Comp. Date, and Description, and click Save, as shown below. ABEST will automatically assign and increment the Priority field. Click OK to confirm your request. Tip: You can expand some multi-line text fields by double clicking in the field. Use the Enter key to start a new line of text in a multi-line text field. Click the cursor outside the field or press tab to move out of the field. Save your work by clicking OK. 21 ID: 1667

22 Review the Character Limitations Reference table below. CHARACTER LIMITATIONS REFERENCE TUITION REVENUE BOND PROJECTS INPUT FIELD CHARACTER LIMITATIONS Name 50 Project Type 25 Location 70 Facility Type 25 Description 1,000 Repeat to add additional projects. Revising Projects Click in the appropriate fields on the grid to modify the project details and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. Deleting Projects Delete projects by clicking the red x in the leftmost position on the grid. Click OK in the confirmation window. Re-sequencing Projects Click the arrows to re-sequence the projects. Sequence 2 will move to sequence 1 by clicking the up arrow, as shown below. Tuition Revenue Bond - Issuance History Schedule Each issuing entity that is responsible for the issuance of tuition revenue bond projects should enter data on this submenu. each system office for those components within systems each independent institution for those that issue their own bonds or go through the Texas Public Finance Authority System offices that issue bonds system-wide for all components should enter data on this submenu for each component institution that has been authorized tuition revenue bond projects in the past. 22 ID: 1667

23 Click the Higher Education menu and the Tuition Revenue Bond - Issuance History Schedule submenu, as shown below. The data collected here creates Schedule 8B. Authorization Detail Adding Authorization Amounts Use the gray section to add the Authorization Year and Authorization Amount and click Save, as shown below. Click OK to confirm your request. ABEST will automatically assign and increment the row number. Revising Authorization Amounts Click in the appropriate fields on the grid to modify the details and click Save. Then click OK to confirm. Deleting Authorization Amounts Delete amounts by clicking the red x in the leftmost position on the grid. Click OK in the confirmation window. Actual and Proposed Detail Click the magnifying glass amounts, as shown below. to enter the actual and proposed issuance 23 ID: 1667

24 The authorization year displays in the drop-down box at the top of the screen and the Authorized details display in the first section. Adding Actual Detail Use the gray section in the Actual section to add the Issuance Date and Issuance Amount and click Save, shown below. Click OK to confirm your request. As you enter data, the Outstanding Balance updates. Important: The sum of the actual and proposed subtotals cannot exceed the outstanding balance; otherwise, your data will not be saved. If an error message appears, click OK in the dialog box (shown below) and review the edit near the bottom of the screen. Edit the values so that they do not exceed the outstanding balance, and click Save. Repeat this step to add as many rows as needed. Scroll down to the Proposed section to enter the proposed detail. Adding Proposed Detail Use the gray section in the Proposed section to add the Proposed Issuance Date for Outstanding Authorization and Proposed Issuance Amount for Outstanding Authorization and click Save, shown below. Click OK to confirm your request. 24 ID: 1667

25 Important: The sum of the actual and proposed subtotals cannot exceed the outstanding balance; otherwise, your data will not be saved. If an error message appears, click OK in the dialog box and review the edit near the bottom of the screen. Edit the values so that they do not exceed the outstanding balance, and click Save. Repeat this step to add as many rows as needed. If necessary, select another date from the Authorization Date drop down box, as shown below. Repeat the steps above to enter actual and proposed data. Tuition Revenue Bond Capacity Schedule Each issuing entity that is responsible for the issuance of tuition revenue bond projects must enter data on this submenu. each system office for those components within systems each independent institution for those that issue their own bonds or go through the Texas Public Finance Authority System offices that issue bonds system wide for all components should enter data on this submenu based on system-wide revenue. The data collected here provides information on revenue pledged for tuition revenue bonds and the amount of additional capacity. The data collected here creates Schedule 8C. Click the Higher Education menu and the Tuition Revenue Bond Capacity Schedule submenu, as shown below. 25 ID: 1667

26 Add the amounts for each item and year, just as you did earlier under the Other E, G & P Income submenu. See page 4 for data entry details. Important: You cannot enter negative numbers on the grid. ABEST will automatically calculate the totals based on the plus/less label displayed for each row. Special Items General academic and health-related institutions, Public Community/Junior Colleges, Lamar State Colleges, and Texas State Technical Colleges requesting funds for existing special items should enter data on this submenu. Include all appropriated strategies under the Special Item Support Goal in the current General Appropriations Act. The information entered here provides additional information on all special items and creates Schedule 9. Click the Higher Education menu and the Special Items submenu, as shown below. Adding an Item Use the gray section to add the Full Name, FY, Original Appropriation, Mission, Accomplishments to Date, Accomplishments Expected, Prior Funding Source, Form. Fund, Non-GR Funding, and Conseq. Not Funding, and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. ABEST will automatically assign and increment the sequence field, as shown below. 26 ID: 1667

27 Tip: You can expand some multi-line text fields by double clicking in the field. Use the Enter key to start a new line of text in a multi-line text field. Click the cursor outside the field or press Tab to move out of the field. Save your work by clicking OK. Review the Character Limitations Reference table below. CHARACTER LIMITATIONS REFERENCE SPECIAL ITEMS INPUT FIELD CHARACTER LIMITATIONS Full Name 70 Mission 1,500 Accomplishments to Date 1,500 Accomplishments Expected 1,500 Prior Funding Source 210 Non-GR Funding 1,500 Conseq. Not Funding 1,500 Revising an Item Click in the appropriate fields on the grid to modify the project details and click Save. Click OK to confirm your request. Deleting Items Delete items by clicking the red x in the leftmost position on the grid. Click OK in the confirmation window. Re-sequencing Items Click the arrows to re-sequence the items. Sequence 2 moves to sequence 1 by clicking the up arrow. Resolving Closing Edits Warnings will appear on the Status screen when you have failed to enter data or you entered the data incorrectly. The warnings display important information about the item, but will not prevent you from setting your LAR status to complete. These 27 ID: 1667

28 warnings apply to specific institutions. Review the tables below for more information. To print the screen, click the printer icon for your browser. Click the hyperlink displayed above each section, as shown below. The hyperlink will direct you to the screen location in question. Important: The hyperlink will take you to the screen location affected, but will not take you to the specific item in question. Resolve the items listed in each section on the status screen. Use the hyperlink displayed on the status screen to direct you to each grid or click each menu item as indicated in the table below. The warning will disappear from the status screen once the issue is resolved. Table: ABEST Warnings for Institutions* (Schedules) VERIFY THAT THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULES RECONCILE SCHEDULE 1.A. OTHER EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL INCOME SCHEDULES 2.A. SUMMARY OF BASE REQUEST BY STRATEGY AND 3.A. STRATEGY REQUEST Transfer of Tuition to Retirement of Indebtedness: 1) Skiles Act Transfer of funds for Texas Public Education Grants Program (Tex. Educ. Code Ann. Sec. 56c) and for Emergency Loans (Tex. Educ. Code Ann. Dec. 56d) Organized Activities Staff Group Insurance SCHEDULE 1.A. OTHER EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL INCOME O.A.S.I. Applicable to Educational and General Local Funds Payrolls SCHEDULE 1.A. OTHER EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL INCOME Teachers Retirement System and ORP Proportionality for Educational and General Funds SCHEDULE 8: PERSONNEL Part A. Subtotal, Directly Appropriated Funds (FY 2011, 2012, and 2013) Strategy Skiles Act Revenue Bond Retirement Strategy Texas Public Education Grants Strategy Organized Activities Strategy Staff Group Insurance Premiums SCHEDULE 4: COMPUTATION OF OASI Other Educational and General Funds (% to Total) SCHEDULE 5: CALCULATION OF RETIREMENT PROPORTIONALITY AND ORP DIFFERENTIAL Other Educational and General Proportionality Contribution (Other E&G percentage x Total Employer Contribution to Retirement Programs) SCHEDULE 2.B. SUMMARY OF BASE REQUEST BY METHOD OF FINANCE Total Adjusted FTES (FY 2011, 2012, and 2013) *See Table: Institutions Affected by Warnings (below) 28 ID: 1667

29 Table: Institutions Affected by Warnings 711 Texas A&M University 718 Texas A&M University Galveston 715 Prairie View A&M University 713 Tarleton State University 760 Texas A&M Corpus Christi 732 Texas A&M Kingsville 761 Texas A&M International 757 West Texas A&M 751 Texas A&M Commerce 764 Texas A&M Texarkana 749 Texas A&M San Antonio 770 Texas A&M Central Texas 730 University of Houston 759 University of Houston Clear Lake 784 University of Houston Downtown 765 University of Houston Victoria 735 Midwestern State University 755 Stephen F. Austin State University 717 Texas Southern University 731 Texas Woman's University 71B TSTC - Harlingen 71C TSTC - West Texas 71D TSTC - Waco 71E TSTC - Marshall 714 UT Arlington 721 UT Austin 738 UT Dallas 724 UT El Paso 736 UT Pan American 747 UT Brownsville 742 UT Permian Basin 743 UT San Antonio 750 UT Tyler 752 University of North Texas 773 University of North Texas at Dallas 733 Texas Tech University 737 Angelo State University 734 Lamar University 753 Sam Houston State University 754 Texas State University - San Marcos 756 Sul Ross State University 741 Sul Ross State University Rio Grande College 789 Lamar Institute of Technology 787 Lamar State College - Orange 788 Lamar State College - Port Arthur 29 ID: 1667

30 Generating Reports To generate the reports, click the Reports menu, as shown below ABEST lists the reports in sections on the screen. Click the plus sign (+) to the left of the Higher Education section, as shown below. Important: The reports generate based on the amounts entered for each schedule. If no amounts are entered for an item, the row will not display. Enter an amount (including zero) to display the item on the report. View and print the reports just as you did for budget requests, capital budget, federal funds, etc. For detailed instructions, see Preparing and Submitting Legislative Appropriation Requests in ABEST. 30 ID: 1667

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