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New Transparency Tools Highlight State Payments

The Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts offers two new Where the Money Goes tools that make it easier for the public to find and analyze payments made by state agencies and institutions of higher education.

  • The Travel Payments tool breaks down payments by agency, individual payee, type of travel expense and more.
  • The Payments to Payee tool is a new view of the state’s check register that lists individual payments, transaction dates, comptroller object codes and more.

These data visualization tools will replace most of the classic tools, which will still be offered for a limited time. A comparison of classic and data visualization tools is available.

See Where the Money Goes Requirements (FPP G.004) for details on the responsibilities of state agencies and institutions of higher education.

Hotel Occupancy Tax Refund Reports Available March 9

Agencies that reimburse employees for state-related hotel stays are due a refund for the associated hotel occupancy taxes. The refunds are generated automatically through USAS each quarter.

The hotel occupancy tax refund for December through February will be available on the DAFR8190 and DAFR8200 reports on March 9.

For more information, see Hotel Occupancy Tax Quarterly Refund (FPP B.006).

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