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|House Regulated Industries
|Accounting | Broadband infrastructure | Economic development | Electric utility deregulation | Emergency management | Internet | Public Utility Regulatory Act | Telecommunications | Telecommunications fees and taxes | Telecommunications infrastructure |
|Library Call Number:
|80th R.S. (2007)
|View report [17 pages File size: 8,483 kb]
|This report should address the charges below.
|Examine the impact of broadband Internet access on economic development, focusing on potential updates that would create incentives to help spur investment by network providers across a variety of platforms. Recommend changes to Texas law that would emphasize economic development through policy formation.
|Study and assess the ability of entities regulated by the Public Utility Commission of Texas to meet the communication needs of the Texas military forces during declared emergencies, including an assessment of current capabilities and technological compatibility among service providers throughout the state.
|Research the effects of both wholesale and retail competition in the Texas electric market.
|Study and review information on the Internet and other communications services, and how Texas can best prepare for potential changes to Internet and communications services, and infrastructure demands. Recommend policy changes to encourage greater infrastructure investment while ensuring the continued growth and development of the Internet. Study the current state and local communications tax structure, including an analysis of the tax burdens imposed on consumers and providers of communications services.
|Study and examine whether Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) should be adhered to under Chapter 66 of the Public Utility Regulatory Act (PURA), and review procedures for revenue audits.
|Monitor agencies and programs under the committee's jurisdiction, including identifying possible ways to merge or streamline agency functions to produce long-term financial benefit to the state and better efficiency of the agencies.
|Fiscal Survey Committee
|Library Catalog Title:
|Report of the Fiscal Survey Committee to the Governor and the Forty-first Legislature.
|Accounting | Audits | Comptroller of Public Accounts campaigns and elections | Fiscal management | State budgets | Treasury Department, Texas State |
|Library Call Number:
|L1836.40 F52/S.J. of Tex., 41st Leg., 1st C.S. 457 (1929)
|40th R.S. (1927)
|View report [34 pages File size: 2,119 kb]
|This report should address the charge below.
|Make a survey of the systems of accounting and auditing used in all state departments and institutions and activities in connection therewith and all details necessary to make a complete and full report upon all matters and things needed to be done in order to establish a modern, uniform, and safe system of accounting, auditing, and financial accounting of all state departments and institutions.
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