School of Arts & Sciences Financial Management, Planning, and Analysis

The Office of Financial Management, Planning and Analysis (FMPA) is responsible for managing the budgeting and financial planning operations of the School of Arts and Sciences. This includes overseeing the operating budget planning functions, developing models and managing financial projections and variance analysis, managing year-by-year budgeting processes, and providing both the support and tools necessary for the departments to fulfill their responsibilities as related to the budgeting and planning processes.

 

Welcome!

The Office of Financial Management, Planning and Analysis (FMPA) is responsible for managing the budgeting and financial planning operations of the School of Arts and Sciences. This includes overseeing the operating budget planning functions, developing models and managing financial projections and variance analysis, managing year-by-year budgeting processes, and providing both the support and tools necessary for the departments to fulfill their responsibilities as related to the budgeting and planning processes.

FMPA provides leadership in the development of operating budgets that link resources with SAS’s strategic objectives consistent with the financial and planning policies of the university. This office further provides service that is dedicated to partnering with academic and administrative units by providing the approaches, tools and knowledge required for sound fiscal management.

The FMPA team works very closely with our colleagues in Finance & Administration to support the academic mission of the School. Welcome!

Primary Services

Financial Evaluation and Analysis

Provide high level financial evaluation and analysis for SAS fiscal operations to support decision making

Budget Development and Variance Analysis

Manage annual department and school level budget process for SAS departments and centers. Provides 5-year forecast development

Projection and Analysis

Develop models for projecting revenue and expense analysis for SAS that are used to evaluate forward looking scenarios and their impact on SAS resources