The following statements have been prepared and are presented in compliance with applicable State statutes, Governmental Accounting Standards Board pronouncements, and the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts’ Annual Financial Reporting Requirements.

These statements supplement the consolidated published Annual Financial Report of The University of Texas System which includes primary statements on a consolidated System-wide basis, including footnotes and managements’ discussion and analysis.

AFR FY18 Exhibits A-C

AFR FY17 Exhibits A-C

AFR FY16 Exhibits A-C

The University of Texas at Dallas is providing the following information in compliance with Senate Bill 20 provisions requiring the public posting of purchases and contracts. This page specifically lists purchase orders that have been issued during each month of the fiscal year. The exclusive acquisition awards are also represented in the Purchase and Contract Transparency Report.

FY2019

This listing discloses no-bid contracts issued by the University and provides public justification for using this procurement method. It includes the procurements exceeding $25,000. Please contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions about this listing.

The following statements have been prepared and are presented in compliance with applicable State statutes, Governmental Accounting Standards Board pronouncements, and the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts’ Annual Financial Reporting Requirements.

These statements supplement the consolidated published Annual Financial Report of The University of Texas System which includes primary statements on a consolidated System-wide basis, including footnotes and managements’ discussion and analysis.

FY18 Agency Consolidated Report

FY17 Agency Consolidated Report

FY16 Agency Consolidated Report

Additional Reports are available from the Texas Comptroller’s Office.

FY Total Expenditures HUB Expenditures UTD HUB % State HUB %
2018 $77,983,931 $18,939,208 24.29% 13.08%
2017 $87,848,765 $23,757,122 27.04% 11.52%
2016 $73,231,000 $13,197,338 18.02% 11.52%
2015 $106,235,086 $22,116,300 20.82% 11.97%
2014 $92,282,244 $21,754,834 23.57% 12.28%
2013 $73,898,829 $14,754,877 19.97% 13.42%
2012 $59,383,837 $13,766,302 23.18% 13.87%
2011 $53,275,931 $18,437,916 34.61% 14.46%
2010 $65,136,737 $18,554,450 28.90% 15.90%
2009 $63,915,677 $14,051,295 21.90% 14.50%
2008 $49,669,538 $12,362,074 24.80% 13.50%
2007 $44,546,982 $14,820,740 33.20% 13.60%
2006 $43,751,812 $13,337,936 30.49% 13.73%
2005 $43,568,453 $9,024,469 20.71% 13.80%
2004 $29,147,338 $5,577,911 19.10% 14.50%
2003 $26,142,998 $7,148,095 27.34% 13.00%
2002 $32,467,635 $8,085,788 24.90% 9.64%
2001 $19,426,474 $3,922,099 20.18% 12.06%
2000 $18,776,247 $3,104,706 16.50% 13.30%
1999 $15,479,211 $2,752,460 17.75% 12.96%
1998 $14,576,548 $2,758,018 18.90% 13.25%
1997 $12,154,208 $2,015,738 16.50% 12.90%
1996 $11,775,045 $2,471,228 20.99% 16.14%
1995 $11,507,889 $1,430,086 15.70% 15.89%
1994 $11,428,958 $1,528,449 16.40% 11.89%
1993 $9,195,276 $1,854,803 20.20% 8.32%
1992 $9,022,900 $1,544,770 17.10% n/a
1991 $8,986,729 $939,113 10.40% n/a
Report Description
Disclosure Statement The federal government requires educational institutions that receive significant federal funding to disclose their cost accounting practices by completing a disclosure statement, referred to as the DS-2. The University of Texas at Dallas submitted this document to the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) in January 2005.The DS-2 document contains basic policies and procedures about UTD’s accounting practices regarding direct and indirect costs, service center charges, and employee benefits as they pertain to federal sponsored projects. Employees who are or might be involved in creating federal proposals, budgets and authorizing expenditures of federal funds must be familiar with the policies and procedures described in this document and summarized in the enclosed DS-2 Fact Sheet.
Where does the money go? The State of Texas Comptroller’s office has compiled a set of tools to provide transparency into spending.