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The Budget Office at MassArt facilitates:
Developing annual operating and capital budgets
Maintaining long-range financial planning models
Monitoring changes to these budgets with emphasis on maintaining good fiscal management with reasonable controls
Enforcing policy decisions regarding use of funds
Providing reports and data to assist management in making sound fiscal decisions
FY20 Budget vs. Actual Recap (5-04-20 Update)
Approved by the Board of Trustees, June 11, 2019
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Operations Summary by Month/Department
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Fiscal Operations Report through December 31, 2019
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As we begin our FY'20 Budget process at the College, I will periodically add new information to this page for review and comment. Please note some documents will be labeled draft. My goal is to provide as much information as early as possible to the MassArt community in a timely manner.
Budget Timeline and Project Chart -DRAFT
FY19 Budget vs. Actual Recap
Approved BOT, June 12, 2018 Final Fiscal Operations Report
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Approved BOT, June 13, 2017 Final Fiscal Operations Report
2021 Budget Calendar
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2020 Budget Calendar
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How to Use BudgetPak
BudgetPak login (instructions)
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State Budget Process
State Government Transparency Website
CTHRU was launched by the Office of the Comptroller in the fall of 2016 and has quickly become a national model for its depth, breadth, timeliness, and its intuitive experience for exploring how and where our tax dollars are utilized. Stewards of the Commonwealth’s financial data, the Office of the Comptroller is a uniquely independent and apolitical overseer of more than $60 billion in governmental and other funding sources annually. In addition, the Comptroller oversees the Commonwealth’s expenditure and payroll management and major audit functions ensuring security, transparency, accountability, and service delivery across all branches of state government. The powers and obligations of the Comptroller are generally dictated by M.G.L. c.7A.
Department of Higher Education Data Website
The DHE Data Center is derived from our Linear Trends books, a compilation of data submitted by the public higher education institutions that reflect the key performance measurement indicators approved by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education (BHE) in 2003/2004. Where authorized comparisons are made to peer-derived benchmarks and other performance targets established by the BHE.
FY17 Final Fiscal Operations Report Audit Report
FY16 Final Fiscal Operations Report Audit Report