Centralized Accounting and Payroll/Personnel System (CAPPS)

What’s New?

Certification for USAS Balances for Imprest, Petty Cash and Travel Advance Accounts due July 10

Agencies authorized to maintain imprest, petty cash and travel advance accounts are required to certify that USAS balances and agency computed balances (cash plus outstanding reimbursements) agree. This is to ensure correct year-end USAS balances. Only cash accounts with balances created from funds in the state treasury are subject to this requirement.

The certification is due by July 10. All corrections must be entered into USAS by July 27.

See USAS Balances for Imprest, Petty Cash and Travel Advance Accounts (FPP A.045) for additional information including instructions for requesting access and completing the forms.


Policies and Procedures


CAPPS Security Role Documentation - Login required




CAPPS Portal (Central)

Centralized Accounting and Payroll/Personnel System

CAPPS Enterprise Portal Login

Contacts and Help

CAPPS Contacts and Help

General System Availability

CAPPS is available 24/7 with the following exceptions:




Third Weekend of the Month:

Note: Any additional exceptions beyond those listed above are coordinated through the established Governance process.


CAPPS 30-Day Calendar

No Events Scheduled

Other Calendars


Visit the ProjectONE website to find out more about CAPPS Training or to access the CAPPS training materials.

Joining CAPPS

To implement CAPPS at your agency, contact Rusty Charlton at russell.charlton@cpa.texas.gov or visit the ProjectONE website.

Project One