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Office of Budgeting, Financial Planning & Analysis

Welcome to the Office of Budgeting, Financial Planning & Analysis

The Office of Budgeting, Financial Planning, & Analysis has as its mission to develop, facilitate, and deliver quality processes and information for budget development, budget control, and financial analysis. OBFP&A strives to provide outstanding customer service and comprehensive and informed data to ensure fiscal integrity in support of the division and university strategic goals.

Announcements

Winter Storm Power Outages Affected Budget Notifications  

Please disregard the Level 1 overbudget notification that went out Sunday, Feb. 21. The winter storm power outages affected the programming for our overbudget notifications.  

To allow time to run all the proper programs and bring everything back into alignment, we are going to turn off overbudget notifications for the remainder of this week. We will resume notifications on Monday, March 1 with Level 1 notices. We will send out a reminder later this week about resuming the normal overbudget process next week. 

We appreciate your patience as we work to recover from the disruptions caused by the extreme weather. 

Please contact us if you have any questions. 
Phone: (512) 245-2376
E-mail: budget@txstate.edu


Training

In need of training?  We are still conducting one-on-one training for staff utilizing Microsoft Teams.  Individual training can be scheduled by completing the request for training form: One-on-one Training Request  

Please indicate the type of training and how urgent the training need is.

For additional budget training the SAP Report Fundamentals training class is available online through the Training & Development tile in the SAP Portal.

 

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We are continually updating and adding to our website. If you don't find the resource you need here, please contact us at budget@txstate.edu. Questions are always welcomed; comments are always appreciated.