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Documentation Requirements – Disabled state employee
Reimbursement of an attendant

When reimbursing the attendant of a disabled state employee, a single reimbursement may cover the expenses incurred by one or more individuals. The following conditions must be met for such reimbursement:

  • The expenses must be charged to the Texas Identification Number of each individual who incurred the expenses, and each individual must be listed on a separate detail line.
  • The Texas Identification Number and name of the payee must be listed on the address line.
  • The supporting documentation must include documentation for each expense that will be paid or reimbursed.
  • If a state agency uses an applicable federal law or regulation as authority to reimburse a travel expense, then the supporting documentation for the reimbursement must include the agency ADA coordinator’s written determination that the law or regulation requires the reimbursement. The document must contain the signature of the coordinator.
Used as a term of enlargement and not of limitation or exclusive enumeration. The use of the term does not create a presumption that components not expressed are excluded. Texas Government Code Section 311.005(13)
State Agency
A unit of state government that uses appropriated funds to pay or reimburse a travel expense of a state employee. This includes the Teacher Retirement System of Texas and the Employees Retirement System of Texas. Texas Government Code Section 660.002(19)
State Employee
An individual employed by a state agency, including a key official. Texas Government Code Section 660.002(20) The term includes prospective state employees and aircraft pilots.
Travel Expense
A meal, lodging, transportation or incidental expense. Texas Government Code Section 660.002(21)
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
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