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Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

May

Transportation Infrastructure: Keeping Texas Moving

Transportation is essential to any economy, and especially so in a state as large and as fast-growing as Texas.


May

State Employees: Turnover Rises in Hot Economy

Texas recently recorded its lowest unemployment rate in four decades. This could have some negative implications for the Lone Star State — the highest turnover rate for state employees in five years.


April

Solar Power in Texas

Ten years ago, Texas’ solar industry was fairly small, but today some believe it’s ready to take on a much larger share of the state’s energy needs.


April

Bitcoin and Beyond

Bitcoin was designed as an alternative electronic currency to allow for easy, anonymous financial transactions across borders. But it’s earned its greatest fame as a highly speculative investment.


March

Texas Housing Prices on the Rise

Texas housing prices have been rising faster than the state’s personal income.


March

Texas Manufacturing

A big part of the Texas economy still depends on manufacturing, which drives both innovation and employment in a host of related industries.



December - January

State Agencies and “Legacy” Systems

Texas spends hundreds of millions each year on aging information technology systems; replacing them would cost even more.


December - January

Meet CAPPS: Centralized Accounting and Payroll/Personnel System for Texas

The Comptroller's office is spearheading the development of a common, central system that will streamline state government's main business processes and make the $100 billion enterprise more efficient.


November

Federal Funding in Texas

Federal funding plays an essential role in state finances, supporting a variety of programs and services such as education, health care and infrastructure.



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HB855 Browser Statement

In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari.

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