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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

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FY 2013 Expenditures by Agency - All Agencies - JUL 2013

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Description:

Information contained in this file is from the perspective of the state's "check register." Therefore, they only include entries one would record in a checkbook at the time they occur, and not what a financial report would ultimately contain. Files include:

  • Direct payments out of the State Treasury
  • Payment cancellations
  • Expenditure refunds (like refunds sent back from a vendor and deposited back into the State Treasury)
  • Reimbursement payments (like state purchasing card payments paid to a credit card vendor)
  • Fiduciary fund expenditures which might not be considered State expenditures under GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) or GASB (Governmental Accounting Standards Board) guidelines
  Files do not include:
  • Journal corrections or adjustments
  • Asset liquidations which offset the purchase of securities
  • Revenues of any kind
  • Payee details for confidential payments
  • Payments made from local (non-State Treasury) funds

Submitting agency:

Comptroller of Public Accounts

Submitting agency URL:

https://comptroller.texas.gov/

Submitting agency data contact:

statewide.accounting@cpa.texas.gov

Original release date:

August 5, 2013

Date last updated:

January 10, 2017

Update frequency:

MON

File type:

TXT

File size:

106.87 MB

Keywords:

Draws, Expenditures, Expenses, Spending, Treasury

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