Financial Administration

Appropriation 105

Title:  UW Facilities Maintenance

State Fund/Agency
Number
Budget
Category
Appropriation
Type
Statute
Reference
Cash Balance
Carryover
103/285 GPR Annual 20.285 (1) (a) N/A

Statute Language:

The amounts in the schedule for the purpose of educational programs and related programs. Any transfers between the instruction, research, public service, libraries, learning resources and media, farm operations, student services, auxiliary enterprises, physical plant or general operations and services subprograms shall be reported quarterly to the department of administration. The board of regents may not encumber amounts appropriated under this paragraph for groundwater research without the approval of the Secretary of Administration.

Institutions Which Have Budget Authority for This Appropriation:

All institutions except UW Colleges and System Administration which do not own any facilities.

Allowable Major Classes of Expense/Revenue:

Salaries, fringe benefits, supplies & expense, capital and special purpose. Financial aid is not allowed. Receipts must be accounted for as sales credits or refunds of expense.

Special Restrictions or Policies/Procedures:

  1. Position Control Policies
    s. 16.50 (3) applies, see Appendix A.
  2. Budget Control/Transfers/Overdrafts
    See FAP - Budget Transfers (F5) for these limitations.
  3. Activity Code Limitations
    Use activity 7 only. See Activity Codes and Definitions for descriptions.

Year-End Instructions (lapse, carry forward, etc.):

Any unexpended or unencumbered current year budget dollars must be lapsed back to the state at the end of the fiscal year. There is no cash balance to carry forward. The new year budget is increased by encumbrances carried to the new year; budgeted and accounted for appropriation 105. Refunds of prior year expenditures are deposited to appropriation 100 as receipts (9209).

Special Instructions on Salaries/Fringe Benefits:

Budget transfers off the salaries/fringe benefits line are not allowed at any time for this appropriation.

Policy Paper References:

Policy Paper References: