The availability of raw data is essential to an accountable and open government. In recognition of this, the Comptroller’s Office maintains the Data Center as part of its commitment to government transparency.
The Comptroller's office publishes a myriad of reports. Everything from Annual Financial Reports to Value Limitation and Tax Credits, economic forecasts to A History of State Taxes and Fees in Texas. You can find them all here.
There are a number of database tools covering a wide variety of subject matter available to taxpayers on Comptroller.Texas.Gov. Here you will find tools to research taxable entities and tax policy, access purchasing information, recover unclaimed property and more… CPA Databases
Texas state agencies utilize statewide contracts established by the Comptroller's Office and the Department of Information Resources. Agencies are also authorized to establish individual contracts for services and goods not on statewide contracts. more…contracts
Visual formats such as charts, graphs and maps help taxpayers, researchers and policymakers see and understand government data with new perspectives.
Debt at a Glance (DAAG) tracks outstanding debt data for cities, counties, ISDs and community colleges in Texas. The data has been obtained from the Bond Review Board, which compiles data reported by state agencies and local governments.
The information presented on the Comptroller's website and retrievable using this search tool is self-reported by submitting entities or third parties on their behalf and has not been independently verified by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
A number of sites offer research and information about Texas via their own database tools. Here you will find additional data sources on topics that affect Texans. more…
The Public Pension Search Tool includes details on state and local pension plans in Texas as reported to the Pension Review Board and submitted by each plan in response to a public information request from the Comptroller’s office.
These reports are available by request and include information about new sales tax permits issued, who is paid up, who is delinquent and more.
The Comptroller’s Data Center presents data from a variety of sources and provides it to the public in machine-readable, platform-independent raw datasets. Here you can find data on revenue, expenditures, procurement, taxes and fees and more…data
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.