Mail the hard copy of the application with an electronic copy on a CD to:
Chapter 313 Team
Data Analysis and Transparency Division
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
P.O. Box 13528 Capitol Station
Austin TX 78711-3528
In 2019, the Comptroller's office has a new permanent deadline for the Job Creation Compliance Report (Form 50-825). In the first year they are committed to creating new, qualified jobs for their projects, all companies now are requested to submit Form 50-825 by Aug. 15, 2019.
In 2019, the Comptroller's office has new permanent deadlines for the Annual Eligibility Report (Form 50-772A). All companies with agreements executed before June 1, 2019, now are requested to submit Form 50-772A to the school district by June 15. School districts are required to ensure the completeness and accuracy of the information in Form 50-772A and to forward the form to the Comptroller's office by Aug. 15.
To be filled out by agreement holders and submitted by an authorized representative of each company to the school district each even-numbered year. The Comptroller has set June 15, 2018 as the due date for this form in 2018. The school districts must forward the form to the Comptroller’s office by August 15, 2018. New Form 50-773A will collect information for projects with applications deemed complete prior to January 1, 2014 ("three-digit projects"), and Form 50-773B will collect information for projects with applications deemed complete after that date ("four-digit projects"). The forms are now electronic-only spreadsheets. Hard copy paper Forms 50-773A or 50-773B will no longer be accepted. Copies of final 2018 Form 50-773A and Form 50-773B are posted below. School districts will use data from these forms to complete the "CDR" form they are required to submit to the Comptroller's office (see below).
Copy of 2018 Three-Digit Form 50-773A — Biennial Progress Report Form (XLSX)
Copy of 2018 Four-Digit Form 50-773B — Biennial Progress Report Form (XLSX)
This information should not be construed as, and is not a substitute for, legal advice.
Property owners and school districts are urged to consult the Attorney General's Economic Development Handbook and their own legal counsel for any questions or interpretations of economic development laws.
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.