Job description Chief financial officer of the state of Texas. Term is four years.
Duties Oversees financial procedures for state government departments and agencies; processes payments and deposits to the state treasury; manages statewide contracts with state and local government agencies.
Responsible for tax collection, auditing, and enforcement.
Estimates the amount of money the state will collect during each Legislative session; monitors economic trends.
Provides financial impact estimates for the state budget and for bills being considered by the Legislature.
Invests money on behalf of state and local government, through the Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company.
Administers Tobacco Enforcement Program; Texas Tuition Promise Fund; State Energy Conservation Office; and the Unclaimed Property Program.
Annual salary $153,750
|Glenn Hegar (incumbent)|