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FMX Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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General

What is FMX? [+]

The Fiscal Management Division website (FMX) helps state agencies and institutions of higher education efficiently and effectively manage their appropriations, financial reporting, purchase and travel expenditures, payrolls and personnel. FMX was made available on Sept. 19, 2005.

What’s on FMX? [+]

FMX documents contain information intended for state agencies, institutions of higher education, and public community and junior colleges. All information from Fiscal Management needed by state agency and higher education staff is available in FMX, so there's no need to worry about where to look—start with FMX.

FMX also includes State Payee Payment Resources.

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Staying Informed

How do I stay informed of Fiscal Management news and changes to policies and procedures? [+]

What's New?

You can monitor the "What's New?" on FMX (on the main page and topic pages). There's an archive of everything that's posted to "What's New?", so you never have to worry about missing something.

FMXtra

You can sign up to receive our weekly e-newsletter, FMXtra, that will keep you up to date on policies, procedures and other important information from Fiscal Management.

Other Email Subscriptions

You can also sign up for e-newsletters on specific topics and notifications when important reports are published. Please see Fiscal Management Email Subscriptions for the list of what is available.

 

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Security Access

How do I get access to secured areas? [+]

Security coordinators will automatically be granted access to the Security Coordinator area.

Only employees and some contractors of state agencies and institutions of higher education can get access to secured technical documentation on FMX. Contact your agency security coordinator (Comptroller user ID required).

Do I have to connect to the mainframe to change my FMX password? [+]

No. If your password is not suspended or revoked, you can change your password online. Otherwise, contact your agency security coordinator (Comptroller user ID required) for assistance.

How do I change my password? [+]

If your password is not suspended or revoked, you can change your password online. Otherwise, contact your agency security coordinator (Comptroller user ID required) for assistance.

What are the password requirements? [+]

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Contact

What if I have a question that's not here? [+]

If you have questions or comments about FMX, send an email to statewide.accounting@cpa.texas.gov

Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Questions? Contact statewide.accounting@cpa.texas.gov
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