A “Texas, It’s Your Money” report digging deeper into public pensions.
A “Texas, It’s Your Money” report digging deeper into public and higher education debt.
This new report will help you find out about the debt governments are taking on in your name, what the debt is buying and how much it will cost.
An analysis of the Comptroller’s Strategic Sourcing initiative shows more than $70 million in cost savings and rebates to state government and purchasing CO-OP members.
The U.S. Public Interest Research Group gives Texas an “A” grade and ranked our state as the leader in fiscal transparency for the second consecutive year.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) has taken advantage of the deregulated electricity marketplace to reduce costs.
The Texas economy continues to strengthen entering the final quarter of fiscal 2012. The May state revenue report is the latest indicator that the state’s fiscal position has improved more quickly than expected.