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This popular publication--the only reference book of its kind on Texas state government--provides detailed descriptions of the state?s major executive, legislative, and judicial agencies. The Guide offers the most complete agency-related information available, including directory and statutory data as well as descriptions of agencies? programs, functions, and organizational structure. This edition incorporates agency-related changes made by the 76th Legislature in 1999. It provides detailed descriptions of over 130 executive, legislative, and judicial agencies that make up Texas state government; describes requirements for board and commission membership; and gives board members? names, home towns, dates of appointment/election, senate confirmation, and term expiration date. Detailed appendixes rank agencies by level of state funding, by number of fulltime employees, and by amount of agency head?s salary; and provide lists?with addresses and telephone numbers--of higher education institutions, river authorities, regional councils, and state agency libraries. The Guide also provides information on the state?s court system, sunset review schedule, inter-state compacts and commissions, selected state funding entities, health care councils and resource centers, and a list of state government Web sites.
(Original price $65.)
The free Supplement to the Guide summarizes legislation passed in 2001 that affects Texas state agencies. The Supplement can be obtained in one of two ways: order a printed copy of the Supplement for a shipping/handling fee of $1.50 or download a PDF version at no charge.
We are working to digitize all of our archived publications and are no longer offering hard copy publications for sale. Digital and hard copies of our publications can be found at The University of Texas at Austin Library site.