USPS Application Change Request (ACR) 60122 migrated Aug. 28 to allow employees to donate accrued sick leave directly to another employee at the same agency effective Sept. 1.
House Bill 1771, 84th Legislature, Regular Session, required this change. For more information, please see ACR 60122 – USPS.
USPS ACR 60123 migrated Aug. 28 to protect personal information for Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD) and Texas Military Department (TMD) employees effective Sept. 1.
HB 1311 and HB 2152, 84th Legislature, Regular Session, exempted current and former TJJD and TMD employees from the requirement to elect whether to allow public access to certain personal information under the Public Information Act. For more information, see ACR 60123 – USPS.
Please contact your USPS representative if you have any questions.
Preliminary copies of the fiscal 2015 Annual Report (Statewide Hiring Practices) will be sent to each state agency and institution of higher education via electronic file transfer on Sept. 16. Electronic report acknowledgment forms must be submitted by Sept. 23. Agencies and institutions have until Oct. 7 to review the preliminary report and enter or submit changes.
For more information, including detailed instructions and HRIS, SPRS and USPS contacts, see Annual Report (Statewide Hiring Practices for the Fiscal Year) (FPP F.005).
All proceeds from the sale of surplus property, equipment and commodities must be deposited to general revenue (GR) in appropriation 99908.
- An agency may reappropriate 25 percent of the receipts from the sale of surplus property for expenditure during the fiscal year in which the receipts are received.
- The Texas Facilities Commission (TFC) deposits 100 percent of the proceeds from sales made by TFC on behalf of an agency into GR.
For more information, see Proceeds from the Sale of Surplus Property (FPP A.032).
Per Texas Government Code, Section 403.273, the property manager of each state agency must conduct an annual physical inventory of the trust, capitalized and controlled personal property (excluding libraries and historical arts and treasures) in the agency’s possession.
State agencies must submit the Certification of Physical Inventory Conducted by Agency (73-283) form for fiscal 2015 with the signature of the agency head or designee to the Comptroller’s office by Sept. 20. For more information, see the Certification of Physical Inventory in the SPA Process User’s Guide – Chapter 2 – General Policies.