Government & Administrative Code

Agency Contracts

  • Contract Management Handbook
    Texas Government Code §2261.256 requires each state agency to publish a Contract Management Handbook that establishes consistent contracting policies and practices to be followed by the agency and that is consistent with the comptroller’s Contract Management Guide (CMG).
  • Current Contracts
    Texas Government Code §2261.253 requires each state agency to post certain contract information on its website. Click on the link below for a complete list of agency contracts as reported to the Legislative Budget Board Contracts Database.

http://contracts.lbb.state.tx.us/Introduction.aspx

  1. Fiscal Year:  Search contracts by fiscal year, or leave blank to retrieve a list of all agency contracts reported since Fiscal Year 2015.
  2. Agency:  Select “Veterans Commission” from the pull-down list.
  3. Click the “Search” button.
  4. Select “Display Expanded Data Set” radio button for complete contract information.
  5. Search results may be exported to Excel or Word.
In accordance with S.B. 1677 “the Texas Veterans Commission shall develop the model application language required by Section 434.212, Government Code, as added by this Act, and post that information on the commission’s Internet website.”

 

Important Information for Former Military Services Members 

Women and men who served in any branch of the United States Armed Forces, including Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard, Reserves or National Guard. may be eligible for additional benefits and services. For more information please visit the Texas Veterans Portal at www.texas.gov/veterans

 

Agency Rules

The Texas Administrative Code (TAC) is a compilation of all state agency rules in Texas. There are 16 titles in the TAC. Each title represents a subject category and related agencies are assigned to the appropriate title.