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FMQuery – SIRS

July 21, 2011 - View Changes

Applicable to

State agencies and institutions of higher education

Summary

FMQuery is a business intelligence tool for authorized users of the statewide financial systems. It is part of the Comptroller's initiative to establish an enterprise warehouse for the state's data. On March 16, 2009, the State Internet Reporting System (SIRS) was converted to the new platform as FMQuery – SIRS.

FMQuery – SIRS allows users to generate predefined ad hoc reports from the Uniform Statewide Accounting System (USAS) and Uniform Statewide Payroll/Personnel System (USPS). Custom reports can also be created from certain financial and personnel information with appropriate security.

Note: The monthly Appropriation Information Management (AIM) reports that agencies use to monitor appropriations are not included in FMQuery – SIRS. See AIM Reports.

Watch FMXtra for announcements of new FMQuery features. FMQuery will also be a topic at system user group meetings.

Web Application

Resources

Ad Hoc Training

The FMQuery – Ad Hoc Web-based Training covers how to create custom ad hoc reports in FMQuery – SIRS. This training is not needed to run standard reports.

Contacts

Questions about the data:

Contact your agency’s appropriation control officer.

Questions about the software or to report issues:

Email al.montes@cpa.texas.gov
or call Al Montes at (512) 463-3965

Log on security or password reset:

Email sfs.security@cpa.texas.gov, and a member of the Security Staff will provide assistance.

Changes to this Document
07/21/2011 Updated FMQuery – SIRS Navigation Guide to include dashboard navigation.
09/27/2010 Updated the overview page and Navigation Guide.
09/07/2010 Added information on the upgrade to Business Objects 3.1 which migrated on Sept. 27.
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Questions? Contact statewide.accounting@cpa.texas.gov
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