For state agencies and institutions of higher education, the payroll due date for monthly and twice-monthly payrolls is no later than the seventh workday before payday.
Submitting your payrolls to the Comptroller’s office on or before the due dates assures adequate processing time for direct deposits and warrant distribution.
See Payroll Due Dates and Direct Deposit Schedules (FPP E.030) for more information, including the fiscal 2016 payroll due dates and direct deposit schedule.
Any agency with new potential component units or changes to existing component units must complete and submit the online 2015 Component Unit Survey. The survey must be completed by Aug. 14.
If you have questions, please contact your financial reporting analyst.
Letter of Authorization (LOA) Signature Lists currently on file for HRIS, SPRS, USPS and CAPPS will expire on May 31.
By May 31, each agency and institution of higher education must submit the names of authorized employees and a new LOA Signature List form. Beginning June 1, only newly authorized state employees may request data changes.
For detailed instructions, see Authorization and Request Process for Data Changes to Statewide Payroll/Personnel Systems (FPP M.009).
The USPS, SPRS and CAPPS HR/Payroll User Group meeting scheduled for May 21 will cover the following topics:
- Legislative Items of Interest
- Affordable Care Act (ACA) Reporting Requirements
The meeting is scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m. in Room 1-111 of the Travis Building. Register in Training Center (login required) to attend in person or via teleconference.
Note: If you are registered for the meeting, please see the Bills of Interest handout now available on the User Group Meeting (USPS, SPRS and CAPPS HR/Payroll) page.
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). Property currently being held will be swept into GR if not claimed by May 29.
See the Unclaimed Property Annual Notification for more information, including contact information for the Comptroller’s Unclaimed Property Division (UP). All state agencies or institutions of higher education with unclaimed funds were notified as of March 31, 2015.