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Encrypt Confidential Emails to Fiscal Management

State agencies and institutions of higher education might need to send documents with confidential information to Fiscal Management.

Email is not a secured transmission. Agencies must send confidential information as an encrypted email attachment as prescribed by your agency’s information security policy.

See Confidential Information Must Be Encrypted Before Emailing to Fiscal Management (FPP D.004) for details.

Fiscal Resources and Required Actions for Tracking Coronavirus-Related Activity

The Comptroller’s office provides accounting guidance and resources to assist agencies and institutions of higher education in disaster relief efforts. See Accounting for Disaster Relief Efforts (FPP K.011) for additional information.

To assess the fiscal impact of coronavirus-related activity on state resources, the Comptroller’s office requires agencies and institutions of higher education to track expenditures and revenues directly related to significant disaster relief efforts. See Tracking Expenditures and Revenues Related to Disaster Relief Efforts (FPP K.014) for additional information, or contact your agency’s appropriation control officer.

As state agencies and institutions start to alter work schedules, emergency leave tracking must be standardized within the statewide payroll systems. For more information on COVID-19 leave reporting:

  • USPS agencies can call the USPS help desk at (512) 463-4008 or contact their Comptroller representative.
  • CAPPS agencies can call (512) 463-2277 or enter a service ticket into the application service provider (ASP) Solution Center.
  • Institutions of higher education can call the HRIS help desk at (512) 463-4008 or contact their Comptroller representative.

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Fiscal Management offers a variety of training. Explore your options at Training Center.

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