Unclaimed property turned over to the state includes property that may belong to state agencies or institutions of higher education. If agencies and institutions do not claim property after an annual notification, the Comptroller’s office deposits the money into unappropriated General Revenue (GR). Currently held property will be swept into GR if not claimed by May 31.
See the Unclaimed Property Annual Notification for more, including contact information for the Comptroller’s Unclaimed Property Division.
The 2018-19 Biennial Revenue Estimate (BRE) is available on Comptroller.Texas.Gov, following its release to the Texas Legislature. Texas lawmakers use this constitutionally mandated estimate to create a balanced budget during the legislative session.
For more on the BRE, see the Comptroller’s News Release.
USAS documentation on FMX has been updated:
- The USAS T-Code Reference Guide (FPP Q.014) features nine transaction code sorts available in HTML or Excel and an expanded T-Codes Most Commonly Used table.
- USAS Reference (FPP Q.012) includes updated lists of Comptroller General Ledger Accounts, Document Type and Title, User Class and Title, and Comptroller Objects Sorted by Object Group for Appropriation Year 2017 (now available in HTML or Excel).
The biennial Report to the 85th Legislature: CAPPS — ERP in Texas is available now for view or download. The report details for the Legislature the progress of statewide deployment of the Centralized Accounting and Payroll/Personnel system or CAPPS, as required by HB 3106 and passed by the 80th Legislature in 2007.
For more CAPPS information, see CAPPS System Overview and The CAPPS Program Model on the ProjectONE website.