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
Budget FY'22 (Budget will be uploaded to Colleague week of June 21, 2021)
Department can propose to transfer funds between subsidiaries to better reflect the planned expenses. For now, this will continue to be done through emailing Jack McDonald until we can finalize the construction of the new Colleague self-service features. Please reach out to Jack (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are unable to access your budget in Budget to Actuals or are not sure how to communicate a transfer of funds.
Directions on how to view Budgets (Word Doc Link-Updated 12-08-20) - For FY21 or Prior Fiscal Years: Budget to Actuals.docx
Please reach out to Jack McDonald (email@example.com) if additional guidance outside of the above document is needed. If there are access issues, please submit a ticket/send email to the help desk.
Approved by the Board of Trustees, September 22, 2020
FY21 Quarterly Fiscal Operations Reports (Reports will be posted here when available).
FY21 Operations Summary by Month/Department (Reports will be posted here when available).
Approved by the Board of Trustees, June 11, 2019 Final Fiscal Operations Report
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.
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