Section 659.026, Government Code, as added by House Bill 12 of the 83rd Regular Session, requires that state agencies post certain budgetary and executive staff compensation information on their websites. That information includes the following:
- The number of full-time equivalent employees employed by the agency.
- The amount of legislative appropriations to the agency for each fiscal year of the current state fiscal biennium.
- The agency's methodology, including any employment market analysis, for determining the compensation of executive staff employed by the agency, along with the name and position of the person who selected the methodology.
- Whether executive staff are eligible for a salary supplement.
- The market average for compensation of similar executive staff in the private and public sectors.
- The average compensation paid to employees employed by the agency who are not executive staff.
- The percentage increase in compensation of executive staff for each fiscal year of the five preceding fiscal years and the percentage increase in legislative appropriations to the agency each fiscal year of the five preceding fiscal years.