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Revenue Deposits Intended to Increase Appropriation Authority (APS 007)

FPP A.016

T-code Requirements

T-code restrictions

T-codes 149, 179 and 970 should not be used for:

Entering the DLT

When using T-codes 149 and 179 on deposits, the following information must be entered on the Descriptive/Legal Text (19) entry screen:

  • A brief description of the source and type of revenue deposited
  • The legal authority for increasing appropriation budget
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CAPPS agencies should enter DLT comments on the CAPPS journal via the Add DLT Comments link.

Examples of revenues that may increase budgets

These types of revenues may increase budgets:

Type COBJ Legal Authority for the 2020–21 Biennium
Sale of printed, recorded or electronically produced matter or records 3719
3752
HB 1, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, Article IX, Section 12.02
Gifts of money

Note: Agency must also provide statutory authority allowing acceptance of gifts.

3740
3833
HB 1, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, Article IX, Section 8.01
Federal funds Multi HB 1, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, Article IX, Sections 13.01–13.10
Interagency payment receipts Multi HB 1, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, Article IX, Section 8.02
Reimbursements – third party 3802 HB 1, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, Article IX, Section 8.02
Receipts from the settlement of a claim for damages 3714 HB 1, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, Article IX, Section 8.02
Vending machine and pay telephone receipts 3747 HB 1, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, Article IX, Sections 8.05–8.06
Seminar and conference fees 3722 HB 1, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, Article IX, Section 8.07
Credit, charge or debit card service fees 3879 HB 1, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, Article IX, Section 8.10 (Also see Electronic Processing of Revenues and Expenditures, Including Texas.gov Portal Activity (APS 029) (FPP J.001).

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