A Quarterly Report on Full-Time Equivalent State Employees for the Quarter
Ending August 31, 2001
Report Number 02-702
For fiscal year 2001, the average number of full-time equivalent (FTE) state
employees was 271,258. Texas had 265,616 FTEs for the quarter ending August
31, 2001, based on reports submitted by 212 agencies and institutions of higher
education. These FTEs represented 243,522 full-time and 50,827 part-time employees.
Agencies and institutions of higher education also reported using temporary
and contract workers to perform work equal to 1,251.51 FTEs as of the last working
day of the quarter. The overall statewide management-to-staff ratio was 1 manager/supervisor
to 13.22 staff members.
Key Facts and Findings
- From the third quarter to the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2001 the overall
number of FTEs decreased by 3.03 percent.
- From the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2000 to the fourth quarter of fiscal
year 2001 the overall number of FTEs increased by 0.49 percent
- The overall number of FTEs increased by 1.45 percent between fiscal years
1996 and 2001.
- From fiscal year 1991 to fiscal year 2001, the number of FTEs throughout
the state increased by more than 18 percent (41,242 FTEs). Most of this growth
occurred between fiscal years 1990 and 1995 at public safety and criminal
justice agencies and higher education institutions.
- Four agencies and 35 institutions of higher education exceeded their FTE
caps by more than 1 FTE during the fourth quarter.
FTE data analysis may be performed at any time by accessing the
FTE system on our Web site at www.sao.texas.gov.
· Select Resource
· Select Automated Applications for Risk Assesment, Planning,
· Select Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) State Employee System
view the FTE system directly.
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