In this section state agencies, taxpayers, financial institutions and third party software developers can find tools and information to help them complete necessary transactions.
The Fiscal Management Division website (FMX) helps state agencies and institutions of higher education efficiently and effectively manage their appropriations, financial reporting, purchase and travel expenditures, payrolls and personnel.
Treasury Operations manages the incoming and outgoing funds for the state. The division receives and safeguards state money, maintains accounts of all receipts and expenditures, and serves as custodian of securities in trust.
The Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company is a special purpose trust company whose mission is to preserve and grow the state's financial resources by competitively managing and investing them in a prudent, ethical, innovative and cost-effective manner while focusing on client needs. They administer the Texas Certified Capital Companies (CAPCOs) program.
A financial institution — a state or national bank, savings and loan association or credit union — doing business in Texas through a main office or one or more branches may apply to become a depository of state funds.
TEXNET, the State of Texas Financial Network facilitates electronic payments from taxpayers and unclaimed property holders.
eSystems is a secure portal that can be used for filing and paying taxes (WebFile), reporting unclaimed property, registering for procurement programs (HUB/CMBL) and tax exemptions (Ag-Timber), and more.
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.