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Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

The agency spent approximately $13 million during the fourth quarter of 2022. One of the agency’s largest IT expenditures was information technology services.
BOOT, also known as Bringing Online Opportunities to Texas, will support sustainable broadband infrastructure projects awarded through a competitive grant process.
The top three spenders for contracted services were the Texas Department of Transportation, the Texas Military Department and the Department of Information Resources.
With it comes more information about which areas might receive funding for broadband deployment projects.
One of his main takeaways is that the state’s industry will remain stable.
Meanwhile, officials would like the federal government to reconsider deadlines to ensure equitable allotments.
His office requested an extension allowing for comprehensive, accurate feedback before funding commences.
The platform serves as a one-stop shop for all state agencies’ finance, human resources and payroll-related needs.
Here's what you need to know about how the appraisal district works and what's affected.
The Texas broadband office encourages participation by anyone with a stake in connectivity.
Before joining the public sector, he spent a year with IBM.
Agencies have filled a number of lower-priced contracts that support their employees and constituents.
Multiple users will be served by the effort that is key to connectivity funds.
The state office overseeing the Broadband Development Office announced the contract award this week.
The state official updated the North Texas Commission and guests on broadband, ending with a strong outlook on the state economy.
Updates begin on which departments will see a bump due to inflation — and which ones won't.