HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

NOTICE OF FORMAL REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

COMMITTEE:††† Public Education
†††††††††††† Interim Charge 4†

TIME & DATE:† N/A
Wednesday, August 19, 2020†

PLACE:†††††† N/A†
CHAIR:†††††† Rep. Dan Huberty†

 

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and challenges in scheduling public hearings at this time, the House Committee on Public Education is conducting necessary oversight functions through an information gathering process under Section 301.014, Government Code.

 

This is notice that the House Committee on Public Education is seeking information and input from state agencies, interested parties, and the public in regard to the topics and questions outlined below. Submissions received in response to this request will be transmitted to members of the committee and posted on the House website.

 

The Committee seeks responses to the topic outlined below from the Texas State Auditorís Office.

 

Submission Guidelines

                Submissions must be in Microsoft Word, written in a 10-point font or larger.

                Please submit a separate document for each topic to which you are responding.

                Submissions are to be limited to 5 pages of text in length.

                Submissions must be submitted via e-mail to education@house.texas.gov

 

Please include the following information in the submission email: submitter name, organization, or entity (if applicable and an authorized representative), mailing address, email, and telephone number.

 

The deadline for all submissions is Wednesday, September 30, 2020.

 

Comments received in response to this Request for Information will be publicly posted on TLO, TLIS, and the House website. When submitting comments, please remove any personal identifying information, such as your personal phone number, residence address, or e-mail address.

 

 

Topics:

 

Interim Charge 4: Monitor the State Auditor's review of agencies and programs under the Committee's jurisdiction. The Chair shall seek input and periodic briefings on completed audits for the 2019 and 2020 fiscal years and bring forth pertinent issues for full committee consideration.

 

 

In the event it becomes feasible to safely conduct a public meeting, the Committee reserves the right to hold an in-person hearing on these charges.