(AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced today the selection of Lone Star Tangible Assets (LSTA) as the vendor that will partner with the Comptroller's office to build and operate the Texas Bullion Depository — the nation's first state-administered gold bullion depository.
"This has been a lengthy process, and I appreciate everyone's patience," Hegar said. "We've been working diligently for nearly two years through a myriad of issues to ensure this partnership is successful. Lone Star Tangible Assets has been exceptionally responsive to the challenges posed by this endeavor and the issues raised in our request for proposals (RFP), and they bring to the table the solutions we need to make the Texas Bullion Depository a reality."
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