A Quarterly Report of Full-Time Equivalent State Employees
For The Quarter Ending November 30, 1999
There were 271,635.06 full-time equivalent (FTE) state employees for the quarter ending
November 30, 1999, based on reports submitted by 215 agencies and institutions of higher
Key Facts and Findings
- There were 245,044 full-time state employees and 72,077 part-time state
- Temporary and/or contract workers who worked for more than half the workdays
during the previous year logged hours during this quarter equal to 992.51
- The General Services Commission, the District Courts (Comptroller's Judiciary
Section), and the Texas Agricultural Extension Service (A&M) exceeded their
quarterly FTE caps without approval from the Legislative Budget Board and
the Office of the Governor. Because most institutions of higher education
have annual, rather than quarterly, FTE caps, any overages cannot be determined
until the end of the fiscal year.
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