Online Budget Reports
Position Reporting – Detailed Monthly Position Reports
Planning Allocation Reports – Allocation Reports and Allocated vs. Budgeted Reports
UW-Extension Reports – UW-Extension Summary and Salary Reports
Technical Instructions and Help
Annual Budget Technical Instructions
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Section 2 - Program and Sub-program Codes and Definitions
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Other Helpful Documents
2014-15 UW System Redbook
- University Summaries
- Institution Summaries
Volumes 2, 3, and 4
Redbook salary detail (Volumes 2, 3 and 4) can be accessed using any valid set of UW campus credentials at https://secure.uwsa.edu/redbook-2014-15/redbookindex.html. Print copies of the Redbooks are located in the main library at all UW System institutions and the central public libraries in Madison and Milwaukee.
Salary information can be obtained by contacting the Human Resources department of any UW System institution.
A CD of the Redbooks can be purchased. To file a written request for salary information or to purchase a CD, contact:
Office of Budget and Planning
UW System Budget Office
1516 Van Hise Hall
1220 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706-1559
Forms and Templates
Auxiliary Budget Documents
Annual Auxiliary Budget Documents
In preparation for the implementation of HR Design and UPS, UWSA HR, UWSA budget, and the Service Center have worked together to create a new solution within PeopleSoft HRS called the Compensation Administration Tool (CAT). The CAT will allow for the distribution of pay plan and merit- based compensation adjustments along with corresponding funding changes. The new tool will be an intermediate solution until the implementation of a new enterprise forecasting and planning system. The CAT will be accompanied by a standard business process which will prepare the institutions for the future deployment of a new budgeting system to support scenario- based analysis, forecasting, and the delivery of rate increase to HRS.
CAT Project Objectives
- Develop a system that is able to accept salary and funding information for all staff types (the CAT will replace BDGT, BDGR, and BRATE transactions).
- Increase consistency and efficiency by aligning the compensation administration and budgeted processes for university staff and LI/AS/FA staff.
- Decrease dual entry between HRS and the mainframe budget system (3270).
- Increase efficiency by using spreadsheets to mass initialize the budgeted population and to administer mass changes such as pay plans for all staff types.