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Electronic Processing of Revenues and Expenditures, Including Portal Activity (APS 029)

Issued: Nov. 22, 2005
Updated: Aug. 18, 2023 – View Changes

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Contact your agency’s appropriation control officer for questions about:

  • Online processing fees
  • Expenditures for transaction fees
  • Credit card fees
  • Other charges associated with receiving payments
  • Budgetary transactions
  • Reclassifying transactions
  • Setting up the appropriation number for processing the payment of online processing and subscription fees


For CAPPS questions, contact your agency’s CAPPS support staff.

Authorized agency support staff may contact the CAPPS help desk at (512) 463-2277 for additional assistance.

Other Comptroller Divisions

For questions about receiving electronic payments, contact the Treasury Operations Division at (512) 463-6002 or (512) 936-8460.

For questions about the contingent revenue finding of fact, contact the Comptroller’s Revenue Estimating Division at (512) 936-8587.

For questions about general processing, contact


For questions about:

  • The subscription fee payment process
  • contractor vendor information

Contact Jodie Erickson at or (512) 463-4326.


Applicable to

State agencies and institutions of higher education.


Some state agencies and institutions of higher education accept credit cards and electronic payments as well as cash and checks. They may also accept payments over the internet. Online payments and any additional fees they may incur must be accounted for in the Uniform Statewide Accounting System (USAS), unless otherwise provided by law.

Legal Citation

Government Code, Sections 403.011, 403.023, 403.031, 2054.111(e), 2054.252(e), and 2054.252(g)(1) and (2); General Appropriations Act, Article IX, Sections 8.10, 9.04 and 9.05 (2023).


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Changes to This Document
Date Updates
08/18/2023 No changes through the acts of the 88th Legislature, Regular Session
08/20/2021 Updated through the acts of the 87th Legislature, Regular Session; clarified testing and charge backs