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Overview

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Long-range automation plans, 1982-1984,

Agency initial operating plans, 1988-1994,

Administrative correspondence, 1981-1995, 1999, bulk 1981-1989,

Plans and planning records, 1982-1984, 1987, 1991-1993,

Speeches and papers, 1983, 1989, 1991-1997,

Organization charts, 1993, 1995,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Department of Information Resources:

An Inventory of Department of Information Resources Records at the Texas State Archives, 1981-1997, 1999



Overview

Creator: Texas. Dept. of Information Resources.
Title: Department of Information Resources records
Dates: 1981-1997, 1999
Abstract: The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) was created in 1989 to coordinate and direct the use of automated information and telecommunications devices, systems, or services by Texas state agencies. It was preceded by the Texas Automated Information Systems Advisory Council (AISAC), 1981-1985; and the Texas Automated Information and Telecommunications Council (AITC), 1985-1989, neither of which had the power to monitor and enforce compliance with state-mandated information resources policies and goals. These records document those functions. Types of records include long-range automation plans and initial operating plans of state agencies, correspondence, memos, organizational charts, reports, legislation, lists, notes, drafts, printed materials, legal documents, financial records, speeches, publications, and overhead transparencies. Records date 1981-1997 and 1999.
Quantity: 26.49 cubic ft.
Language: These materials are written predominately in English with scattered Spanish throughout.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The Texas Automated Information Systems Advisory Council (AISAC) was created in 1981 (House Bill 1463, 67th Texas Legislature, Regular Session), to adopt guidelines to aid state governmental bodies in making economical and efficient use of automated information systems, the computers on which they were automated, and related services. This advisory council was composed of seven members, serving overlapping two-year terms. Two were appointed by the speaker of the House of Representatives, including (1) a member or employee of the house or of a legislative agency, and (2) a person employed by a private corporation as the manager of an automated information system. Two were appointed by the lieutenant governor, including (3) a member or employee of the senate or of a legislative agency, and (4) a person employed by private industry as the manager of a large mainframe computer. Three were appointed by the governor, including (5) a person knowledgeable in the management of automated information systems and the computers on which they are automated, (6) an employee of a state-supported institution of higher education knowledgeable in the management of automated information systems, and (7) an employee of a state governmental body (other than an institution of higher education) knowledgeable in the management of automated information systems.

This advisory council was replaced in 1985 by the Texas Automated Information and Telecommunications Council (AITC) (House Bill 2375, 69th Texas Legislature, Regular Session), with the following additional duties: to conduct a management audit of each state governmental body in the use of telecommunication devices, systems, and services, and in the use of automated information systems, the computers on which they are automated, and related services; to serve as a central clearinghouse of software; and to prepare a long-range telecommunications plan. The new council was composed of nine members, adding the following two to the previous seven: (8) one appointed by the speaker, and (9) one appointed by the lieutenant governor, both of them state employees knowledgeable in the management of automated information systems or telecommunications systems.

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) was created in 1989 (House Bill 2736, 71st Texas Legislature, Regular Session) to coordinate and direct the use of automated information and telecommunications devices, systems, or services by Texas state agencies. It replaced both the AITC and the Automated Interagency Services Division of the State Purchasing and General Services Commission. The major difference between the DIR and either of its predecessor councils is its ability to monitor and enforce compliance with state-mandated information resources policies and goals. Specific duties assigned to the department include: collecting data from state agencies regarding use and costs of information resources technologies; monitoring national and international standards for information resources technologies; establishing policies, procedures, and standards relating to information resources management by state agencies; providing technical assistance to all levels of government; testing various available technologies; providing for all interagency use of information resources technology by state agencies (except for telecommunications services provided by the General Services Commission until September 2001); and operating a computer services facility for state agencies. When the Building and Procurement Commission began operating in September 2001, the Texas Department of Information Resources assumed the telecommunications functions formerly performed by the General Services Commission.

Between 1989 and 1997, the policy-making body of the Texas Department of Information Resources was a nine-member board, appointed by the governor with advice and consent of the senate for overlapping six-year terms. Three of the members came from a list submitted by the speaker of the house, and had to include at least one state representative (ex-officio, but voting); another three came from a list submitted by the lieutenant governor, and had to include at least one state senator (ex-officio, but voting); one member had to be employed by an institution of higher learning. The governor named the chair.

In 1997 (Senate Bill 365, 75th Texas Legislature, Regular Session), the number of voting members on the board was reduced to six, still appointed by the governor, and still including one employee of an institution of higher education. In addition, three ex-officio, non-voting members were added, from two groups which serve for two years each on a rotating basis, neither group serving at the same time as the other: the first group is composed of the executive director of the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission, the commissioner of Health and Human Services, and the executive director of the Texas Department of Transportation; the second group is composed of the Texas commissioner of Education, the executive director of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and the executive director of the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife.

The number of voting members was increased to seven in 2003 (Senate Bill 287, 78th Texas Legislature, Regular Session) in response to a constitutional amendment affecting all state agencies with boards containing an even number of members.

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) was created in 1989 to coordinate and direct the use of automated information and telecommunications devices, systems, or services by Texas state agencies. It was preceded by the Texas Automated Information Systems Advisory Council (AISAC), 1981-1985; and the Texas Automated Information and Telecommunications Council (AITC), 1985-1989, neither of which had the power to monitor and enforce compliance with state-mandated information resources policies and goals. These records document those functions. Types of records include long-range automation plans and initial operating plans of state agencies, correspondence, memos, organizational charts, reports, legislation, lists, notes, drafts, printed materials, legal documents, financial records, speeches, publications, and overhead transparencies. Records date 1981-1997 and 1999. Subjects covered include automation of state agencies and agency administration, geographic information systems, open records request surveys, the information resources management reporting process, the state strategic planning, technology standards, presentations to the Sunset Commission, and plans/methods/models to bill agencies. One large file relates to the transition of duties from the existing organizations to the Department of Information Resources.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.

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Organization of the Records

These records are organized into six series, as maintained by the agency:
Long-range automation plans, 1982-1984, 4 cubic ft.
Agency initial operating plans, 1988-1994, 17 cubic ft.
Administrative correspondence, 1981-1995, 1999, bulk 1981-1989, 4.04 cubic ft.
Plans and planning records, 1982-1984, 1987, 1991-1993, 0.4 cubic ft.
Speeches and papers, 1983, 1989, 1991-1997, 1.05 cubic ft.
Organization charts, 1993, 1995, fractional

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Because of the possibility that portions of the Administrative correspondence series of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, and personal family information of government employees and officials (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.117), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 552). The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail, fax, or email including enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information requested. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

None.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas. Automated Information and Telecommunications Council.
Texas. Automated Information Systems Advisory Council.
Subjects:
Information services--Government policy--Texas.
Information resources management--Texas.
Information services--Texas.
Information technology--Texas.
Administrative agencies--Texas--Data processing.
Administrative agencies--Texas--Management.
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas--Information services--1981-1997, 1999.
Memorandums--Texas--Information services--1981-1995.
Reports--Texas--Information services--1981-1997, 1999.
Drafts (documents)--Texas--Information services--1981-1995.
Legislative records--Texas--Information services--1981-1995.
Lists--Texas--Information services--1981-1997.
Notes--Texas--Information services--1981-1997.
Legal documents--Texas--Information services--1981-1995.
Financial records--Texas--Information services--1981-1995.
Publications--Texas--Information services--1981-1995.
Speeches--Texas--Information services--1983, 1989, 1991-1997.
Organizational charts--Texas--Information services--1993, 1995.
Functions:
Coordinating information resources.
Coordinating information services.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Department of Information Resources meeting files, 1981-2005, 17.66 cubic ft.
Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Automated Information Systems, Records, 1987-1990, 0.47 cubic ft.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Texas Department of Information Resources records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1989/081, 1993/172, 1996/033, 1996/043, 1997/043, 1997/118, 1999/106, 2000/011, 2002/144, 2003/124, 2003/173, 2004/091

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Automated Information Systems Advisory Council on December 29, 1988; and by the Texas Department of Information Resources on January 23, 1993; December 18, 1995; January 19, 1996; November 19, 1996; May 12, 1997; February 22, 1999; September 16, 1999; June 14, 2002; November 8, 2002; June 23, 2003; and February 17, 2004.

Processing Information

Laura K. Saegert, October 1989

Tonia J. Wood, October 1995

Lisa M. Hendricks, December 1995, November 1996, May 1997

Nancy Enneking, March 1999, September 1999

Tony Black, June 2002, March 2003, February 2004, April 2005

Appraisal Information

In April 2005, the appraisal archivists determined that one series of Texas Department of Information Resources records, Policies and procedures, 1989, fractional, was in fact not archival, consisting of only a routine personnel policy manual. The series was deleted from the inventory, and the existing manual in that series was discarded.

Accruals

Archival records are transferred to the Texas State Archives on a regular basis.

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Long-range automation plans, 1982-1984,
4 cubic ft.

The Texas Automated Information Systems Advisory Council (AISAC), created in 1981, assisted state government bodies in making economical and efficient use of automated information systems. An initial directive of the council was the requirement of state governmental bodies to prepare and file with the council a long-range plan for automated information systems. These long-range automation plans are the result of that work; types of records include plans, amendments/revisions to plans, and correspondence, dating 1982-1984. The plans were submitted by state agencies in 1982, with revisions to some agencies' plans submitted in 1983 or 1984. Most plans cover a four-year period, discussing automation needs and objectives, planned acquisitions and conversions, and automation systems and computers currently in use.
Historical Sketch
The Texas Automated Information Systems Advisory Council, created in 1981, assisted state government bodies in making economical and efficient use of automated information systems. The Council reviewed requests of certain purchases (over $20,000 at the time of the Council's creation) of computers, automated systems, or computer services; for certain leases (over $1,000 a month) of computers or automated systems; and for major conversions of computers or automated systems. The Council reported biennially to the Legislature on its activities and made recommendations for legislation which promoted economical and efficient use of automated information systems by state governmental bodies.
An initial directive of the Council was the requirement of state governmental bodies, as defined by House Bill 1463, to prepare and file with the Council a long-range plan for automated information systems by October 1, 1982. These plans were to be revised biennially and resubmitted to the council by June 1 of even-numbered years. Agencies which did not have automated information systems were required to file a statement of exemption in lieu of the long-range plan.
AISAC was replaced in 1985 by the Texas Automated Information and Telecommunications Council (AITC).
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically by name of state agency, as maintained by the Department of Information Resources.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Long-range automation plans, Texas Department of Information Resources records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1989/081
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Automated Information Systems Advisory Council on December 29, 1988.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Processed by
Laura K. Saegert, October 1989
Box Folder
1989/081-1 1. Master plans
2. Completed review forms
3. Mailing lists
4. Texas A&I University
5-6. Texas A&M University System
7. Adult Probation Commission
8. Texas Department of Agriculture
9. Air Control Board, Texas
10. Aircraft Pooling Board
11. Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
12. Texas Commission on Alcoholism
13. Amusement Machine Commission
14. Angelo State University
15. Animal Health Commission
16. Texas Board of Architectural Examiners
17. University of Texas at Arlington (Academic Computing Service)
18. University of Texas at Arlington (Administrative Data Processing)
19. Texas Commission on the Arts
20. Attorney General of Texas
21. University of Texas at Austin
22. University of Texas at Austin (Computing Resources)
23. State Department of Banking
24. State Bar of Texas
25. State Board of Barber Examiners
26. Texas Commission for the Blind
27. Texas School for the Blind
28. The University of Texas System Cancer Center
29. Texas Department of Community Affairs
30-31. Comptroller of Public Accounts
32. Texas Coordinating Board
33. Consumer Credit Commission
34-35. Texas Department of Corrections
36. Corpus Christi State University
37. Texas Cosmetology Commission
38. Office of Court Administration
39. Court of Appeals: 2nd Court
40. Court of Appeals: 6th Court
41. Court of Appeals: 8th Court
42. Court of Appeals: 9th Court
43. Court of Appeals: 11th Court
44. Court of Appeals: 12th Court
45. University of Texas at Dallas, Health Science Center
46. University of Texas at Dallas
47. Commission for the Deaf
48. State Board of Dental Examiners
49. East Texas State University
50. Texas Economic Development Commission
51. Texas Education Agency
52. University of Texas at El Paso
53. Employees Retirement System of Texas
54. Texas Employment Commission
55. Texas Energy and Natural Resources Advisory Council
56. State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers
57. Commission on Fire Protection and Personnel Standards and Education
Box Folder
1989/081-2 1. Texas A&M University at Galveston
2. University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
3. Office of the Governor
4-8. Texas Department of Health
9. Texas Health Facilities Commission
10. State Department of Highways and Public Transportation
11-15. Texas Historical Commission
16. University of Houston
17. University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
18-19. Texas Department of Human Resources
20. Industrial Accident Board
21. State Board of Insurance
22. Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations
23. Texas Department of Labor and Standards
24. Lamar University
25. General Land Office
26. Laredo State University
27. Board of Law Examiners
28. Library and Archives Commission
Box Folder
1989/081-3 1. State Board of Medical Examiners
2. Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation
3. Merit System Council
4. Midwestern State University
5. State Board of Morticians
6. Texas National Guard Armory Board
7. North Texas State University
8. Board of Nurse Examiners
9. Board of Vocational Nurse Examiners
10. Texas Board of Licensure, Nursing Home Administrators
11. Texas Optometry Board
12. College of Osteopathic Medicine (Academic areas)
13. College of Osteopathic Medicine (Management and Administrative)
14-17. State Property Tax Board
18. Pan American University
19. Board of Pardons and Paroles
20. Texas Parks & Wildlife Department
21. State Pension Review Board
22. University of Texas at Permian Basin
23. State Board of Pharmacy
24. State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
25. Prairie View A&M University
26. Board of Private Investigators & Private Security Agencies
27. State Board of Examiners of Psychologists
28. Texas Department of Public Safety
29-30. Railroad Commission
31. Texas Real Estate Commission
32. University of Texas Regional Computer Center in North Texas
33-34. Rehabilitation Commission
35. Sam Houston State University
36. University of Texas at San Antonio
37. University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
38-39. Secretary of State
40. State Securites Board
Box Folder
1989/081-4 1. Southwest Texas State University
2. State Purchasing and General Services
3. Stephen F. Austin University
4. Sul Ross State University
5. Supreme Court of Texas
6. Tarleton State University
7. Teacher Retirement System of Texas
8. Texas Agricultural Experiment Station
9-10. Texas Agricultural Extension Service
11. Texas Engineering Experiment Station
12. Texas Engineering Extension Service
13. Texas Forest Service
14. Texas Southern University
15. Texas State Technical Institute
16. Texas Tech University
17. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
18. Texas Transportation Institute
19. Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory
20. Texas Women's University
21-22. State Treasury Department
23. University of Texas at Tyler
24. University of Texas Health Center at Tyler
25. University of Texas System
26. Public Utility Commission of Texas
27. West Texas State University
28. Texas Department of Water Resources
29.30. Youth Council

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Agency initial operating plans, 1988-1994,
17 cubic ft.

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) was created in 1989 to coordinate and direct the use of automated information and telecommunications devices, systems, or services by Texas state agencies. The Texas Information Resources Management Act required state agencies to submit initial operating plans to DIR. These records comprise those initial operating plans. Types of records include correspondence, memoranda, plans, amendments to plans, and schedules dating 1988-1994. The goal of the Texas Information Resources Management Act (House Bill 2736, 71st Texas Legislature, Regular Session) was, in part, to avoid agencies acquiring uncoordinated or duplicative information resource technologies. Also, sharing information resources technologies among state agencies is often felt to be the most cost-effective method of providing services to the public. Initial operating plans submitted by the agencies detail agency plans for acquiring computer hardware and software. These plans are either certified or rejected by DIR if they do not meet requirements. Rejections are accompanied by suggestions for changes or requests for additional information. In 1993, Initial Operating Plans were superseded by Biennial Operating Plans (Senate Bill 381, 73rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session). Four different sets of files were kept of state agency plans and correspondence, and researchers are urged to check all sets for any particular agency as contents are not entirely duplicative.
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically by agency name in four different runs, as maintained by the Department of Information Resources. In each run, educational institutions follow state agencies. Records within the files appear to be arranged in roughly reverse chronological order. Four different sets of files were kept of state agency plans and correspondence, and researchers are urged to check all sets for any particular agency as contents are not entirely duplicative.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Agency initial operating plans, Texas Department of Information Resources records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1996/043, 1997/043, 1997/118, 1999/106
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Department of Information Resources on January 19, 1996; November 19, 1996; May 12, 1997; and February 22, 1999.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Processed by
Lisa M. Hendricks, November 1996, May 1997
Nancy Enneking, March 1999
Box
1996/043-1 Accountancy, Texas State Board of Public, 1990-1991
Adjutant General's Department, 1990
Aging, Texas Department on, 1990
Agriculture, Department of, 1990-1991
Air Control Board, Texas, 1990-1991
Aircraft Pooling Board, State, 1990-1992
Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Texas Commission on, 1990
Alcoholic Beverage Commission, Texas, 1990-1992
Animal Health Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Architectural Examiners, Texas Board of, 1990-1992
Armory Board, Texas National Guard, 1991
Arts, Texas Commission on the, 1990-1991
Attorney General of Texas, The, 1990-1992
Auditor, Office of the State, 1990-1991
Aviation, Texas Department of, 1990-1991
Banking, Texas Department of, 1990-1991
Bar of Texas, State, 1990
Barber Examiners, State Board of, 1990-1991
Blind, Texas Commission for the, 1990-1992
Blind and Visually Impaired, Texas School for the, 1990
Bond Review Board, Texas, 1990
Cancer Council, Texas, 1990-1992
Childhood Intervention Council, Early, 1991
Childrens' Trust Fund, Texas Council of, 1992
Chiropractic Examiners, Texas Board of, 1990-1991
Commerce, Texas Department of, 1990-1992
Community Affairs, Texas Department of, 1990
Comptroller of Public Accounts, 1990-1991
Consumer Credit Commissioner, Office of, 1990-1992
Consumer Protection, Office of, 1990
Coordinating Board, Texas Higher Education, 1990
Cosmetology Commission, Texas, 1990-1992
Court Administration, Office of, 1990
Court of Appeals:
1st District, Houston, 1990-1991
2nd District, Fort Worth, 1990
3rd District, Austin, 1990
4th District, San Antonio, 1990
5th District, Dallas, 1990
6th District, Texarkana, 1990
7th District, Amarillo, 1990
8th District, El Paso, 1990
9th District, Beaumont, 1990
10th District, Waco, 1990
11th District, Eastland, 1990
12th District, Tyler, 1990
13th District, Corpus Christi, 1990
14th District, Houston, 1990-1992
Court of Criminal Appeals, 1990
Court Reporters Certification Board, 1990
Supreme Court of Texas, 1990-1991
Credit Union Department, 1990, 1992
Criminal Justice Policy Council, 1990
Criminal Justice, Texas Department of, Institutional Division, 1991
Deaf, Texas Commission for the, 1990
Deaf, Texas School for the, 1990
Dental Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1990-1992
Education Agency, Texas Central, 1990-1991
Employees Retirement System of Texas, 1991
Employment Commission, Texas, 1990
Engineers, Texas State Board of, Registration for Professional, 1990
Firemens' Pension Commissioner, 1990-1992
Fire Protection Personnel, Standards and Education, Commission on, 1990, 1992
Food and Fibers Commission, Texas, 1990-1992
Funeral Service Commission, Texas, 1990, 1992
Governor, Office of the, 1991
Health, Texas Department of, 1990-1991
Health and Human Services, Coordinating Council, Texas, 1990-1991
Hearing Aids, Board of Examiners in the Fitting and Dispensing of, 1990-1992
High Speed Rail Authority, Texas, 1990
Highways and Public Transportation, State Department of, 1990-1991
Historical Commission, Texas, 1990
Housing Agency, Texas
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Human Rights, Commission on, 1990-1991
Human Services, Department of, 1990-1992
Incentive and Productivity Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Information Resources, Department of, 1990-1991
Insurance Council, Office of Public, 1992
Box
1996/043-2 Insurance, State Board of, 1990-1991
Investigators, Texas Board of Private, 1990-1991
Irrigators, Texas Board of, 1990
Jail Standards, Texas Commission on, 1990
Judicial Conduct, State Commission on, 1990
Land Office, General, 1990-1991
Land Surveying, Texas Board of Professional, 1990-1992
Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education, Commission on, 1990-1992
Law Library, State, 1990, 1992
Library and Archives Commission, Texas State, 1990-1991
Licensing and Regulation, Texas Department of, 1990
Medical Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1990-1991
Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Texas Department of, 1990
Motor Vehicle Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
National Research Laboratory Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Natural Fibers and Food Protein Commission, 1990-1991
Nurse Examiners, Board of, 1990-1991
Nurse Examiners, Board of Vocational, 1990
Nursing Home Administrators, Texas Board of Licensure for, 1990-1991
Optometry Board, Texas, 1990
Offenders with Mental Impairments, Texas Council on, 1990-1991
Parks and Wildlife Department, Texas, 1990-1991
Pension Review Board, State, 1990
Pest Control Board, Structural, 1990, 1992
Physical Therapy Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1990, 1992
Pharmacy, Texas State Board of, 1990
Plumbing Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1990, 1992
Podiatry Examiners, Board of, 1990-1991
Polygraph Examiners Board, 1990
Preservation Board, State, 1990
Probation Commission, Texas Juvenile, 1990
Property Tax Board, State, 1990
Prosecuting Attorney, State, 1990, 1992
Psychologists, Texas State Board of Examiners of, 1990-1991
Public Finance Authority, Texas, 1990
Public Safety, Texas Department of, 1990-1991
Public Utility Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Public Utility Counsel, Office of, 1990
Racing Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Radioactive Waste Disposal Authority, Texas Low-Level, 1990, 1992
Railroad Commission of Texas, 1990-1991
Real Estate Commission, 1990-1991
Rehabilitation Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
River Compact Commissions, c/o Texas Water Commission, 1990-1991
Savings and Loan Department, Texas, 1990, 1992
Secretary of State, 1990-1991
Securities Board, State, 1990
Sex Offender Treatment, Interagency Council on
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Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1990-1991
Space Commission, Texas
[empty]
State-Federal Relations, Office of, 1990-1991
Surplus Property Agency, Texas, 1990-1991
Tax Professional Examiners, Board of, 1990
Teacher Retirement System of Texas, 1990, 1992
Transportation, Texas Department of, 1992
Treasury Department, Texas State, 1990, 1992
Turnpike Authority, Texas, 1990
Veterans Commission, Texas, 1990-1992
Veterinary Medical Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1990
Vocational/Technical Education, Advisory Council for, 1990
Water Commission, Texas, 1990-1992
Water Development Board, Texas, 1990-1991
Water Well Drillers Board, 1990
Workers' Compensation Commission, 1990-1991
Youth Commission, Texas, 1990, 1992
Texas A&M University System (inclusive), 1990-1991
A&I University, Texas, 1990
A&M Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1991
Corpus Christi State University, 1990
A&M Engineering Extension Service, Texas, 1990-1991
A&M University at Galveston, 1990-1991
A&M Prairie View University, 1990-1991
A&M Tarleton State University, 1992
A&M Transportation Institute, Texas, 1990
Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Lab, Texas, 1990
Box
1996/043-3 Angelo State University, 1990-1992
East Texas State University, 1990-1991
East Texas State University at Texarkana, 1990
Lamar University, 1990, 1992-1993
Lamar University:
Beaumont, 1990-1991
Orange, 1990-1991
Port Arthur, 1990-1991
Laredo State University, 1990
Midwestern State University, 1990-1991
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, 1990
Sam Houston State University, 1990-1991
Southwest Texas State University, 1990-1991
Stephen F. Austin State University, 1990-1991
Sul Ross State University, 1990
Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1990-1991
Texas Southern University, 1990-1991
Texas State Technical Institute System, 1990
Texas State University System, 1990
Texas Tech University, 1990
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 1990-1991
Texas Woman's University, 1990
University of Houston:
System Administration, 1990-1991
Clear Lake, 1990-1991
Downtown, 1990-1991
University Park, 1990-1991
Victoria, 1990
Veterans Commission, Texas, 1990-1992
University of Texas:
University of Texas at Arlington, 1990
University of Texas at Austin, Academic, 1990-1991
Austin, Administrative, 1990
Dallas, 1990-1991
El Paso, 1990-1991
Pan American, 1990
Pan American at Brownsville, 1990
Permian Basin, 1990
San Antonio, 1990-1991
Tyler, 1990
Health Center at Tyler, 1990
Harris County Psychiatric Center, 1990-1991
Health Science Center at Houston, 1990-1991
Health Science Center at Houston, 1990-1991
Health Science Center at San Antonio, 1990-1991
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, 1990-1991
Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, 1990-1991
Box
1997/043-1 Accountancy, Texas State Board of Public, 1990-1991
Adjutant General's Department, 1990
Aging, Texas Department on, 1990
Agricultural Resources Protection Authority, 1990
Agriculture, Department of, 1990-1991
Air Control Board, Texas, 1990-1991
Aircraft Pooling Board, State, 1989-1991
Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Texas Commission on, 1990-1991
Alcoholic Beverage Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Animal Health Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Architectural Examiners, Texas Board of, 1990
Arts, Texas Commission on the, 1990-1991
Attorney General of Texas, The, 1990-1991
Auditor, Office of the State, 1990-1991
Aviation, Texas Department of, 1990-1991
Banking, Texas Department of, 1990-1991
Bar of Texas, State, 1990
Barber Examiners, State Board of, 1990-1991
Blind, Texas Commission for the, 1990
Blind and Visually Impaired, Texas School for the, 1990-1991
Bond Review Board, Texas, 1990
Cancer Council, Texas, 1990
Childrens' Trust Fund of Texas, 1991
Chiropractic Examiners, Texas Board of, 1990-1991
Commerce, Texas Department of, 1990-1992
Community Affairs, Texas Department of, 1990
Comptroller of Public Accounts, 1990-1992
Consumer Credit Commissioner, Office of, 1990-1991
Consumer Protection, Office of, 1990
Coordinating Board, Texas Higher Education, 1990
Cosmetology Commission, Texas, 1990
Box
1997/043-2 Court Administration, Office of, 1990
Court of Appeals:
1st District, Houston, 1990-1991
2nd District, Fort Worth, 1990
3rd District, Austin, 1990
4th District, San Antonio, 1990
5th District, Dallas, 1990-1991
6th District, Texarkana, 1990
7th District, Amarillo, 1990-1991
8th District, El Paso, 1990
9th District, Beaumont, 1990
10th District, Waco, 1990
11th District, Eastland, 1990-1991
12th District, Tyler, 1990
13th District, Corpus Christi, 1990
14th District, Houston, 1990-1991
Court of Criminal Appeals, 1990-1991
Court Reporters Certification Board, 1990-1991
Supreme Court of Texas, 1990-1991
Credit Union Department, 1990
Criminal Justice Policy Council, 1990-1991
Criminal Justice, Texas Department of, Institutional Division, 1990-1991
Criminal Justice, Texas Department of, 1991-1992
Deaf, Texas Commission for the, 1990
Deaf, Texas School for the, 1990
Dental Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1990-1991
Early Childhood Intervention, Interagency Council on, 1990-1991
Education Agency, Texas Central, 1990-1991
Education, Texas Council on Vocational, 1990
Employees Retirement System of Texas, 1991
Employment Commission, Texas, 1990
Engineers, Texas State Board of, Registration for Professional, 1990
Finance Authority, Texas Public, 1990
Firemens' Pension Commissioner, 1990-1991
Fire Protection Personnel, Standards and Education, Commission on, 1990
Food and Fibers Commission, Texas, 1990
Funeral Service Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Governor, Office of the, 1991-1992
Health, Texas Department of, 1990-1991
Health and Human Services, Coordinating Council, Texas, 1990-1991
Hearing Aids, Board of Examiners in the Fitting and Dispensing of, 1990-1991
Highways and Public Transportation, State Department of, 1990-1991
Historical Commission, Texas, 1990
Housing Agency, Texas, 1990
Human Rights, Commission on, 1990-1991
Box
1997/043-3 Human Services, Department of, 1990-1992
Incentive and Productivity Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Information Resources, Department of, 1990-1991
Insurance, Texas Department of, 1990-1991
Investigators and Private Security Agencies, Texas Board of Private, 1990-1991
Irrigators, Texas Board of, 1990-1991
Jail Standards, Texas Commission on, 1990
Judicial Conduct, State Commission on, 1990
Juvenile Probation Commission, Texas, 1990
Land Office, General, 1986-1991
Land Surveying, Texas Board of Professional, 1990
Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education, Commission on, 1990-1991
Law Library, State, 1990
Library and Archives Commission, Texas State, 1990-1991
Licensing and Regulation, Texas Department of, 1990
Medical Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1990-1991
Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Texas Department of, 1990-1991
Motor Vehicle Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
National Guard Armory Board, 1990-1991
National Research Laboratory Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Nurse Examiners, Board of, 1990-1991
Nurse Examiners, Board of Vocational, 1990
Nursing Home Administrators, Texas Board of Licensure for, 1990-1992
Offenders with Mental Impairments, Texas Council on, 1990-1991
Optometry Board, Texas, 1990
Box
1997/043-4 Parks and Wildlife Department, Texas, 1990-1991
Pension Review Board, State, 1990
Pest Control Board, Structural, 1990-1991
Pharmacy, Texas State Board of, 1990-1991
Physical Therapy Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1990
Plumbing Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1990
Podiatry Examiners, Board of, 1990-1991
Polygraph Examiners Board, 1990
Preservation Board, State, 1990-1991
Preservation Board, State, 1991, 2001
Property Tax Board, State, 1990
Prosecuting Attorney, State, 1990
Psychologists, Texas State Board of Examiners of, 1990-1991
Public Safety, Texas Department of, 1990-1991
Public Utility Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Public Utility Counsel, Office of, 1990
Racing Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Radioactive Waste Disposal Authority, Texas Low-Level, 1990
Rail Authority, Texas High-Speed, 1990
Railroad Commission of Texas, 1990-1991
Real Estate Commission, 1990-1991
Rehabilitation Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
River Compact Commission:
Canadian, 1990
Pecos, 1990
Red River, 1990
Rio Grande, 1990
Sabine, 1990
Savings and Loan Department, Texas, 1988, 1990
Secretary of State, 1990-1991
Securities Board, State, 1990
Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1990-1991
Space Commission, Texas, 1991
State-Federal Relations, Office of, 1990-1991
State Purchasing and General Services Commission, 1990-1991
Surplus Property Agency, Texas, 1990-1991
Tax Professional Examiners, Board of, 1990
Teacher Retirement System of Texas, 1990
Treasury Department, Texas State, 1990
Turnpike Authority, Texas, 1990
Veterans Commission, Texas, 1990-1991
Veterinary Medical Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1990
Box
1997/043-5 Water Commission, Texas, 1990-1992
Water Development Board, Texas, 1990-1991
Water Well Drillers Board, 1990
Workers' Compensation Commission, 1990-1991
Youth Commission, Texas, 1990
A&M - A&I University, Texas, 1990-1991
A&M University System, Texas:
Corpus Christi State University, 1990-1991
Tarleton State University, 1990-1991
A&M University, 1990-1991
A&M University at Galveston, 1990-1991
System Administration, 1990-1991
Agricultural Experiment Station, 1990-1991
Agricultural Extension Service, 1990-1991
Animal Damage Control Service, 1990
Engineering Experiment Station, 1990-1991
Engineering Extension Service, 1990-1991
Forest Service, 1990
Transportation Institute, 1990
Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory, 1990
West Texas State University, 1990-1991
Angelo State University, 1990-1991
East Texas State University (Commerce), 1990-1991
East Texas State University at Texarkana, 1990
Harris County Psychiatric Center, 1990-1991
Lamar University:
Beaumont, 1990-1991
Orange, 1990-1991
Port Arthur, 1990-1991
Port Arthur, 1990-1991, 2001
System Office, 1990-1991
Midwestern State University, 1990-1991
Osteopathic Medicine, Texas College of, 1990-1991
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, 1990
Sam Houston Memorial Museum, 1990
Sam Houston State University, 1990-1991
Southwest Texas State University, 1990-1991
Stephen F. Austin State University, 1990-1991
Sul Ross State University, 1990
Box
1997/043-6 Texas Southern University, 1990-1991
Texas State Technical College, 1990-1991:
Amarillo
Harlingen
Sweetwater
System Administration, 1990
Waco
Texas State University System, Board of Regents, 1990
Texas Tech University, 1990-1991
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 1990-1991
Texas Woman's University, 1990-1991
University of Texas:
Arlington, 1990-1991
Austin, 1990-1991
Dallas, 1990-1991
El Paso, 1990-1991
San Antonio, 1990-1991
Tyler, 1990-1991
Pan American, 1990
Pan American, Brownsville, 1990
University of Texas Health Center at Tyler, 1990-1991
University of Texas Health Center at Tyler, 1990-1991, 2001
University of Texas Health Science Center: Houston, 1990-1991
University of Texas Health Science Center: San Antonio, 1990-1991
University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, 1990-1991
University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, 1990-1991
University of Texas of the Permian Basin, 1990-1991
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 1990-1991
University of Texas System Administration, 1990-1991
University of Houston, 1990-1991:
Clear Lake
Downtown
System Administration
University Park (Main Campus)
Victoria
University of North Texas, 1990-1991
Box
1997/118-1 Accountancy, Texas State Board of Public, 1992-1993
Adjutant General's Department, 1992-1993
Administrative Hearings, State Office of, 1992-1993
Aging, Texas Department on, 1992
Agriculture, Department of, 1992-1993
Air Control Board, Texas, 1992-1993
Aircraft Pooling Board, State, 1992
Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Texas Commission on, 1992-1993
Alcoholic Beverage Commission, Texas, 1992
Animal Health Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Architectural Examiners, Texas Board of, 1992
Armory Board, Texas National Guard, 1992-1993
Arts, Texas Commission on the, 1992-1993
Attorney General of Texas, The, 1992-1993
Auditor, Office of the State, 1992-1993
Banking, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Barber Examiners, State Board of, 1992-1993
Blind, Texas Commission for the, 1992-1993
Blind and Visually Impaired, Texas School for the, 1992-1993
Bond Review Board, Texas, 1992-1993
Cancer Council, Texas, 1992-1993
Childrens' Trust Fund, Texas Council of, 1992
Chiropractic Examiners, Texas Board of, 1992
Commerce, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Comptroller of Public Accounts, 1992-1993
Consumer Credit Commissioner, Office of, 1992
Coordinating Board, Texas Higher Education, 1992-1993
Cosmetology Commission, Texas, 1992
Court Administration, Office of, 1992-1993
Court of Appeals:
10th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
11th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
12th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
13th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
14th Supreme Judicial District, 1992
1st Supreme Judicial District, 1992
2nd Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
3rd Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
4th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
5th Supreme Judicial District, 1993
6th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
7th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
8th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
9th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
Court of Criminal Appeals, 1992-1993
Supreme Court of Texas, 1992-1993
Court Reporters Certification Board, 1992
Credit Union Department, 1992
Criminal Justice Policy Council, 1992-1993
Criminal Justice, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Deaf and Hearing Impaired, Texas Commission for the, 1992-1993
Deaf, Texas School for the, 1992-1993
Dental Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1992
Box
1997/118-2 Early Childhood Intervention, Texas Interagency Council on, 1992-1993
Education Agency, Texas Central, 1992-1993
Employees Retirement System of Texas, 1992-1993
Employment Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Engineers, Texas State Board of Registration for Professional, 1992
Ethics Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Fire Fighters' Pension Commissioner, Office of, 1992
Fire Protection, Texas Commission on, 1992
Food and Fibers Commission, Texas, 1992
Funeral Service Commission, Texas, 1992
General Services Commission, 1992
Health, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Health and Human Services Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Hearing Aids, Board of Examiners in the Fitting and Dispensing of, 1992
Historical Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Housing and Community Affairs, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Human Services, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Incentive and Productivity Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Information Resources, Department of, 1992-1993
Insurance Council, Office of Public, 1992
Insurance, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Investigators and Private Security Agencies, Texas Board of Private, 1992-1993
Jail Standards, Texas Commission on, 1992
Judicial Conduct, State Commission on, 1992-1993
Juvenile Probation Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Land Office, General, 1992-1993
Land Surveying, Texas Board of Professional, 1992
Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education, Texas Commission on, 1992
Law Library, State, 1992
Library and Archives Commission, Texas State, 1992
Licensing and Regulation, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Medical Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1992-1993
Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Box
1997/118-3 National Research Laboratory Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Nurse Examiners, Board of, 1992
Nurse Examiners, Board of Vocational, 1992-1993
Nursing Home Administrators, Texas Board of Licensure for, 1992
Optometry Board, Texas, 1992
Parks and Wildlife Department, Texas, 1992-1993
Pension Review Board, State, 1992
Pest Control Board, Structural, 1992
Pharmacy, Texas State Board of, 1992
Physical Therapy Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1992
Plumbing Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1992-1994
Podiatry Examiners, Board of, 1992-1993
Polygraph Examiners Board, 1993
Preservation Board, State, 1992-1993
Prosecuting Attorney, State, 1992
Protective and Regulatory Services, Department of, 1992-1993
Psychologists, Texas State Board of Examiners of, 1992
Public Safety, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Public Utility Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Public Utility Counsel, Office of, 1992
Racing Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Radioactive Waste Disposal Authority, Texas Low-Level, 1992
Railroad Commission of Texas, 1992-1993
Real Estate Commission, 1993
Rehabilitation Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
River Compact Commissioners, 1992-1993:
Texas-Canadian
Texas-Pecos
Texas-Red River
Texas-Rio Grande
Texas-Sabine
Savings and Loan Department, Texas, 1992
Secretary of State, 1992-1993
Securities Board, State, 1992-1993
Sex Offender Treatment, Interagency Council on, 1992
Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1992
State-Federal Relations, Office of, 1991-1992
Surplus Property Agency, Texas, 1992-1993
Tax Professional Examiners, Board of, 1993
Teacher Retirement System of Texas, 1992
Transportation, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Treasury Department, Texas State, 1992-1993
Veterans Commission, Texas, 1992
Veterinary Medical Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1992
Water Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Water Development Board, Texas, 1992-1993
Workers' Compensation Commission, 1992
Workers' Compensation Research Center, Texas, 1992-1993
Youth Commission, Texas, 1992
Box
1997/118-4 A&M - A&I University, Texas, 1992-1993
A&M University System, Texas, 1992-1993:
Corpus Christi State University
Laredo State University
Prairie View University
Tarleton State University
A&M University
A&M University at Galveston
University System Administration and General
Agricultural Experiment Station
Agricultural Extension Service
Animal Damage Control Service
Engineering Experiment Station
Engineering Extension Service
Forest Service
Transportation Institute
Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory
West Texas State University
Angelo State University, 1992-1993
East Texas State University (Commerce), 1992-1993
East Texas State University at Texarkana, 1992-1993
Harris County Psychiatric Center, 1992-1993
Lamar University System Office, 1992-1993
Lamar University, 1992-1993:
Beaumont
Orange
Port Arthur
Midwestern State University, 1992-1993
Sam Houston State University, 1992-1993
Southwest Texas State University, 1992-1993
Stephen F. Austin State University, 1992-1993
Sul Ross State University, 1992-1993
Texas Southern University, 1992-1993
Texas State Technical College, 1992-1993:
Amarillo
Harlingen
Sweetwater
System Administration
Waco
Box
1997/118-5 Texas Tech University, 1992-1993
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 1992-1993
Texas Woman's University, 1992-1993
University of Texas, 1992-1993:
Arlington
Austin
Brownsville
Dallas
El Paso
Pan American
San Antonio
Tyler
University of Texas Health Center at Tyler, 1992-1993
University of Texas Health Science Center: Houston, 1991-1993
University of Texas Health Science Center: San Antonio, 1992-1993
University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, 1992-1993
University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, 1992-1993
University of Texas of the Permian Basin, 1992-1993
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, 1992-1993
University of Texas System Administration, 1992-1993
University of Houston, 1992-1993:
Clear Lake
Downtown
University Park (Main Campus)
Victoria
System Administration
University of North Texas, 1992-1993
University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, 1992-1993
Box
1999/106-1 Accountancy, Texas State Board of Public, 1993
Adjutant General's Department, 1992-1993
Administrative Hearings, State Office of, 1992-1993
Aging, Texas Department on, 1992
Agriculture, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Air Control Board, Texas, 1993
Alcoholic Beverage Commission, Texas, 1992
Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Texas Commission on, 1993
Animal Health Commission, Texas, 1993
Armory Board, Texas National Guard, 1993
Arts, Texas Commission on the, 1993
Attorney General, Office of the, 1992
Auditor, Office of the State, 1993
Banking, Texas Department of, 1993
Barber Examiners, State Board of, 1993
Blind and Visually Impaired, Texas Commission for the, 1992-1993
Blind and Visually Impaired, Texas School for the, 1993
Bond Review Board, Texas, 1993
Chiropractic Examiners, Texas Board of, 1992
Commerce, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Comptroller of Public Accounts, Office of the, 1992-1993
Consumer Credit Commissioner, Office of, 1992
Coordinating Board, Texas Higher Education, 1993
Court Administration, Office of, 1993
Court of Appeals:
1st Supreme Judicial District, 1992
2nd Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
3rd Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
4th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
5th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
6th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
7th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
8th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
9th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
10th Supreme Judicial District, 1992
11th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
12th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
13th Supreme Judicial District, 1992-1993
Court of Criminal Appeals, 1992-1993
Court of Texas, The Supreme, 1992-1993
Court Reporters Certification Board, 1992
Criminal Justice Policy Council, 1993
Criminal Justice, TX Department of, 1992-1993
Deaf, Texas Commission for the, 1993
Deaf, Texas School for the
[empty]
Dental Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1992
Early Childhood Intervention, Interagency Council on, 1992-1993
Education Agency, Texas, 1992-1993
Employees Retirement System of Texas, 1992-1993
Employment Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Engineers, Texas State Board of Registration for Professional, 1992
Ethics Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Finance Authority, Texas Public, 1992-1993
General Services Commission, 1990-1993
Harris County Psychiatric Center (Part of UTHSC Houston), 1992-1993
Health, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Health and Human Services Commission, 1992-1993
Historical Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Housing and Community Affairs, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
Human Services, Texas Department of (Additional Information), 1992-1993
Human Services, Texas Department of, 1992
Box
1999/106-2 Incentive and Productivity Commission, Texas, 1992
Information Resources, Department of, 1992-1993
Insurance, Department of, 1992-1993
Jail Standards, Texas Commission on, 1992
Judicial Conduct, State Commission on, 1992-1993
Juvenile Probation Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Land Office, Texas General, 1992
Law Examiners, Board of
[empty]
Library and Archives Commission, Texas State, 1992
Licensing and Regulation, Texas Department of, 1993
Medical Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1992-1993
Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Texas Department of, 1992-1993
National Research Laboratory Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Nurse Examiners, Board of, 1992
Nurse Examiners, Board of Vocational, 1992-1993
Nursing Home Administrators, Board of Licensure for, 1992
Optometry Board, Texas, 1992
Parks and Wildlife Department, Texas, 1992
Pension Review Board, Texas, 1992
Pharmacy, Texas State Board of, 1992
Plumbing Examiners, Texas State Board
[empty]
Polygraph Examiners Board, 1993
Preservation Board, State, 1992-1993
Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies, Board of
Prosecuting Attorney, Office of the, 1992
Public Safety, Texas Department of, 1992
Public Utility Commission of Texas, 1992-1993
Racing Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Railroad Commission of Texas (Texas High Speed Rail Authority), 1992-1993
Real Estate Commission, Texas, 1993
Secretary of State, Office of the, 1992-1993
Securities Board, State, 1993
Surplus Property Agency, Texas, 1993
Teacher Retirement System of Texas, 1992
Transportation, Texas Department of (Texas Dept. of Aviation), 1992-1993
Treasury Department, 1992-1993
Veterans Commission, Texas, 1992
Veterinary Medical Examiners, Texas State Board of, 1992
Water Commission, Texas, 1993
Water Development Board, Texas, 1992-1993
Workers' Compensation Commission, Texas, 1992-1993
Workers' Compensation Research Center, Texas, 1992-1993
Youth Commission, Texas, 1992
University of Texas, 1992-1993:
Arlington
Austin
Brownsville
Dallas
El Paso
San Antonio
Tyler
Health Science Center at Houston
Health Science Center at San Antonio
System Administration
Box
1999/106-3 Health Center at Tyler
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Medical Branch at Galveston
Permian Basin, of the
Pan American
Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
Texas A&M, 1992-1993:
A&I University, Texas
Corpus Christi State University
Laredo State University
Prairie View A&M University
Tarleton State University
Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University at Galveston
Texas A&M University System (all units)
Texas A&M University System, Administration and General
Texas Agricultural Experiment Station
Texas Agricultural Extension Service
Texas Animal Damage Control Service (TAES)
Texas Engineering Experiment Station
Texas Engineering Extension Service
Texas Forest Service
Texas Transportation Institute
Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory
West Texas State University
Angelo State University, 1992-1993
East Texas State University (Commerce), 1992-1993
Lamar University, 1992-1993:
Beaumont
Orange
Port Arthur
Midwestern State University, 1992-1993
Sam Houston State University, 1992-1993
Southwestern Texas State University, 1992-1993
Stephen F. Austin State University, 1992-1993
Sul Ross State University, 1992-1993
Texas Southern University, 1992-1993
Texas State Technical College, 1992-1993:
Amarillo
Harlingen
Sweetwater
System Administration
Texas Tech University, 1992-1993
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 1992-1993
Texas Women's University, 1992-1993
University of Houston, 1992-1993:
Clear Lake
Downtown
System Administration
University Park (Main Campus)
Victoria
University of North Texas, 1992-1993
University of North Texas, Health Science Center at Fort Worth (UNTHSC-FW), 1992-1993

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Administrative correspondence, 1981-1995, 1999, bulk 1981-1989,
4.04 cubic ft.

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) was created in 1989 to coordinate and direct the use of automated information and telecommunications devices, systems, or services by Texas state agencies. It was preceded by the Texas Automated Information Systems Advisory Council (AISAC), 1981-1985; and the Texas Automated Information and Telecommunications Council (AITC), 1985-1989, neither of which had the power to monitor and enforce compliance with state-mandated information resources policies and goals. These administrative correspondence files of DIR and its predecessor agencies help document those functions. Types of records include correspondence, memos, reports, drafts, legislation, lists, notes, legal documents, printed materials, and financial records. They date 1981-1995 and 1999, with the bulk of the materials covering AISAC (1981-1985) and AITC (1985-1989). Subjects covered include the automation of state agencies and agency administration. One large file relates to the transition of duties from the existing organizations to the Department of Information Resources. Part of the 1999 correspondence concerns the creation of an Educational Technology Coordinating Council (ETCC) mandated by the 76th Texas Legislature, and consists of letters from DIR Executive Director Carolyn Purcell to the deans of the Colleges of Education of Texas State Universities.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in roughly chronological groups, in the order received from the Department of Information Resources. Agency files are arranged alphabetically each year.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Administrative correspondence, Texas Department of Information Resources records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1993/172, 2000/011, 2003/124, 2003/173, 2004/091
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by by the Texas Department of Information Resources on January 23, 1993; September 16, 1999; November 8, 2002; June 23, 2003; and February 17, 2004.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, and personal family information of government employees and officials (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.117), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 552). The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail, fax, or email including enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information requested. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Processed by
Tonia J. Wood, October 1995
Nancy Enneking, September 1999
Tony Black, March 2003, February 2004, April 2005
Box
1993/172-2 Council budget, 1981
Presnal, Bill, speech to council, November 11, 1981
Council members, miscellaneous correspondence, 1981-1982
AISAC council members, 1982
Charles K. Winston, Jr., annual personal financial statement, 1983-1984
AISAC administration: Langston Goree, 1982-1987
AISAC administration: Darrel Hurt, 1982-1983
Bob Jordan, speech to AISAC at open meeting, August 28, 1984
AISAC, October 29, 1984
AISAC administration, Tom O'Brien, 1984
Carl Dorman's memo to Terry Robinson, Systems Division, 1984
AISAC administration, James Patterson, 1984
List of AISAC council members, 1984
Council members / staff (home addresses), (198-)
(Contains possibly excepted information: home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, and personal family information of government employees and officials)
Council members' terms of office, 1982-1985
AISAC administration: Ronald Lindsey, 1983
AISAC administration: George Pierce, 1984
AISAC administration: James Patterson, 1985
AISAC administration: Dr. Charles Warlick, 1986
Tarleton State University, 1986
Documents, 1986
AISAC administration: Nancy Norris, 1986
AISAC administration: G.L. Hammon, 1986
AISAC administration: Brian Fish, 1986
IFB (Invitation for Bid) Advisory Group, 1987
AITC open council meeting, January 16, 1987
AISAC administration: Carl Dorman, 1984-1987
Alaska State Legislature, 1987
Correspondence from other states, 1985-1987
Outgoing correspondence, 1985-1987
Incoming correspondence, 1986-1987
Council letters, 1988
Council members, 1988
[2 folders]
FAX, Dr. Maxwell, 1988
Federal government, 1988
Fiscal notes, 71st Legislature, 1989
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1988
[2 folders]
Staff memos / letters, 1988
[2 folders]
Vendors, 1988
Workshops / seminars, 1988
Attorney General, 1988
[2 folders]
Texas State Auditors, 1988
[2 folders]
Comptrollers, 1988
[2 folders]
Texas Department of Corrections, 1988
Texas Employment Commission, 1988
[2 folders]
Governor's Office, 1988
[3 folders]
State Highway Department, 1988
[2 folders]
Texas Department of Human Services, 1988
[2 folders]
State Board of Insurance, 1988
[2 folders]
Box
1993/172-1 Legislative Budget Board, 1988
[2 folders]
Texas Department of Mental Health & Mental Retardation, 1988
Texas State Board of Pardons and Paroles, 1988
Parks & Wildlife, 1988
Department of Public Safety, 1988
State Purchasing Commission, 1988
[2 folders]
Railroad Commission, 1988
Texas Real Estate Commission, 1988
Texas Rehabilitation Commission, 1988
[2 folders]
Southwest Texas State University, 1988
Texas A&M, 1988
[2 folders]
Texas Tech, 1988
[2 folders]
University of Houston System, 1988
University of Texas at Austin, 1988
Water Commission, 1988
Box
2003/173-3 Water Commission, Mapping Task Force: Final Report, (1987)
Box
2000/011-1 Ad-hoc telecommunications committee, 1986-1988:
Outgoing correspondence, 1987-1988
Incoming correspondence, 1987-1988
STS (State Telecommunications System) replacement correspondence, outgoing, 1986-1988
Attorney General, interagency contract with SPGSC, reference: rate case intervention, 1986
AC- DIR (Department of Information Resources)/AITC-CR, 1989, 1993
Box
1993/172-1 Executive director's file, 1989
Polson: presentations, etc., 1989
Staff memos, 1989
[2 folders]
Staff letters, 1989
[2 folders]
FAX, 1989
[2 folders]
House of Representatives members, 1989
[2 folders]
Draft reports, 1989
Legal: deposition, 1989
Legal issues, open records, 1989
Agency deactivations, 1989
Memos to CEOs, 1989
Treasury Department, 1989
Texas Department of Human Services, 1989
Texas Department of Mental Health Mental Retardation, 1989
University of Houston, 1989
University of Texas, 1989
University of Texas components, 1989
Comptrollers, 1989
[2 folders]
Employee Retirement System, 1989
[2 folders]
General Land Office, 1989
Public Utility Commission, 1989
Texas Rehabilitation Commission, 1989
State Auditors, 1989
[2 folders]
State Board of Insurance, 1989
[2 folders]
State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1989
[2 folders]
State Property Tax Board, 1989
[2 folders]
State Purchasing, 1989
[2 folders]
Texas A&M, 1989
[2 folders]
Texas State Library, 1989
Resumes, council members, 1987-1989
(Contains possibly excepted information: home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, and personal family information of government employees and officials)
National Center for State Courts, 1989
[2 folders]
Attorney General's Office, 1989
[2 folders]
Governor's Office, 1989
[2 folders]
Lt. Governor's Office, 1989
Legislative Budget Board, 1989
[2 folders]
Texas Department of Mental Health Mental Retardation, 1985
Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1989
Public Finance Authority, 1989
Industrial Accident Board, 1989
Department of Public Safety, 1989
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 1989
[2 folders]
Board of Public Accountancy, 1989
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1989
Minor agencies, 1989
Minor universities, 1989
[2 folders]
FAX, FY 1990
Vendors, FY 1990
Miscellaneous correspondence, FY 1990
SPGSC / AITC / DIR transition, 1989
Box
2003/173-3 Legislative Budget Board, 1990
Box
2000/011-1 Research exemption, 1990
Ctg (Consulting) -
Board letter, October 26, 1990
Andersen letter, October 5, 1990
David M. Griffith, BI-101, 1990
Microcomputer assembly, 1990-1991
AC-DIR (Advisory Council?-Department of Information Resources), I, 1990-1991
Untitled wallet file (re. State Auditor's Office performance measures project):
(Loose material, 1990)
SAO (State Auditor's Office) performance measures, 1990
(Loose materials including draft reports and guidelines, 1991-1992)
Outsourcing CCR correspondence - outgoing, 1991-1992
Reports, acquisition specifications for information resources, RULES, 1991
Formal comment to proposed action (re. state security standards for state information resources), 1992
SSP (State Strategic Plan?) correspondence, outgoing, 1991-1992
SSP (State Strategic Plan?) correspondence, incoming
[empty]
General correspondence, 1992
Box
2000/011-2 AC[?] - accountancy, 1992
Pending issues, 1992
GC-002-04 (re. support contract), 1993
AD-030 (re. offsite computer access), 1993
AC-DIR (Advisory Council?-Department of Information Resources)-CR, II, [?], 1993
Policy section, correspondence, outgoing, 1990-1993
Legislative issues, 1993
Annual report correspondence, 1992-1993
Correspondence, 1994 (1992-1994)
AC - savings and loan, 1986-1994
State federal regulations, Texas, 1994-1995
General correspondence, 1992-1994
Division of Emergency Management Projects, 1992-1994
AC-TDHCA (Advisory Council?-Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs)-CR, II, [?], 1987-1993
AC-DIR (Advisory Council?-Department of Information Resources)-CR, III, [?], 1994
General correspondence, 1994-1995
Sunset (DIR), 1995
Box
2003/173-3 Educational Technology Coordinating Council letters to universities, August 1999
Box
2004/091 Business Continuity Planning, August-September 1999:
Business Continuity Planning (BCP) mailout, September 1999
Business Continuity Planning Guidelines, September 1999
Business Continuity Planning mailout (drafts), August-September 1999

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Plans and planning records, 1982-1984, 1987, 1991-1993,
0.4 cubic ft.

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) was created in 1989 to coordinate and direct the use of automated information and telecommunications devices, systems, or services by Texas state agencies. It was preceded by the Texas Automated Information Systems Advisory Council (AISAC), 1981-1985; and the Texas Automated Information and Telecommunications Council (AITC), 1985-1989, neither of which had the power to monitor and enforce compliance with state-mandated information resources policies and goals. These planning files of DIR and its precedessors help document those functions. They include correspondence, memos, reports, lists, legal documents, notes, publications, presentation materials, and financial records, dating 1982-1984, 1987, and 1991-1993. Subjects consist of an evaluation plan for a state telecommunications system; a disaster plan for state government; a study of computer procurement; open records request surveys; and plans, methods and models to bill agencies.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically, as maintained by the agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Plans and planning records, Texas Department of Information Resources records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2000/011, 2003/173
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Department of Information Resources on September 16, 1999; and June 23, 2003.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Processed by
Nancy Enneking, September 1999
Tony Black, February 2004
Box
2003/173-3 Evaluation Plan for State Telecommunications System, 1982-1983
Report of the Computer Procurement Working Committee, February 1984
Disaster Plan for State Government, 1987
Box
2000/011-2 BI-033, ISD (Information Services Division) daily time (re. programming time management and billing system), 1991-1992
BI-011, general billing information, 1991-1993
BI-100, DEC[?] rate model, 1992-1993
HB 1009, open records survey, 1993

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Speeches and papers, 1983, 1989, 1991-1997,
1.05 cubic ft.

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) was created in 1989 to coordinate and direct the use of automated information and telecommunications devices, systems, or services by Texas state agencies. It was preceded by the Texas Automated Information Systems Advisory Council (AISAC), 1981-1985; and the Texas Automated Information and Telecommunications Council (AITC), 1985-1989, neither of which had the power to monitor and enforce compliance with state-mandated information resources policies and goals. These speeches and presentations given by members of DIR and its predecessors help document those functions. These records include charts, presentation materials, notes, speeches, lists, correspondence, and overhead transparencies, dating 1983, 1989, and 1991-1997. Subjects covered include disaster recovery, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) standards and guidelines, SDTS (Spacial Data Transfer Standard), the Texas Geospatial Data Consortium, the Texas Natural Resources Information System (TNRIS) Top Distribution System, the information resources management reporting process, state strategic planning, technology standards, presentations to the Sunset Advisory Commission, telecommunications legislation updates, telecommuting, network services, switched video-data networking, Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), etc .
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically, as maintained by the agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Speeches and papers, Texas Department of Information Resources records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2000/011, 2002/144, 2003/173
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by by the Texas Department of Information Resources on September 16, 1999; June 14, 2002; and June 23, 2003.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Processed by
Nancy Enneking, September 1999
Tony Black, June 2002, February 2004
Box
2003/173-4 Statewide Data Processing Project: Final Report, November 1983
Disaster recovery presentation: State Strategic Plan, FY 1989
GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Standards and Guidelines - GIS Vendor Community speeches, 1992
Data Dictionary speech, 1992
Texas GIS Forum speeches, October 1992
GIS Standards and Guidelines, 1992
SDTS (Spacial Data Transfer Standard) handouts and presentation, FY 1994
Outreach WRD (Water Resources Discipline) overlook, FY 1994
Texas GIS Planning Council presentation, FY 1994
Texas GIS Coordination Outreach presentation, 1994
Box
2003/173-5 TDA (Texas Department of Agriculture) Integrated Licensing System presentation, 1993
(Texas GIS Planning Council and Texas Geospatial Data Consortium) outreach presentation, 1995
Texas Orthoimagery Program, 1997
TNRIS (Texas Natural Resources Information System) Top Distribution System presentation, 1997
Box
2000/011-2 Reports, Appropriations Committee presentation, January 31, 1991
SSP (State Strategic Plan) presentations and meetings, 1991
OS (Open Systems) speeches, 1992
Briefing to Sunset Commission (Carolyn Purcell), May 10, 1994
Presentation statewide planning, slides, 1994
Box
2002/144 Sprint: The Internet in the Post NSFNET era, October 7, 1994
Untitled presentation (maps), January 1995
Telecommuting: What's the real story? February 28, 1995
Telecommunications legislation update, May 1995
Internet mail presentation (Mark Ansboury), after May 1995
Texas statewide video and data infrastructure presentation for Capitol Area Telecommunications Association, October 16, 1995
Visions for the Southwest Distance Education Conference, March 1996
A case study for switched video-data networking (Mark Ansboury), March 4, 1996
A case study for switched video-data networking (Mark Ansboury), for Texas Tech University, April 8-9, 1996
A case study for switched video-data networking (Mark Ansboury), for Brownwood, June 20, 1996
Screening routers and firewalls in relationship to OSI model
TCP/IP: Transmission Control Protocol/Internetworking Protocol (Mark Ansboury)
Network services (Mark Ansboury)
[2 folders]
Essential public services table
(loose sheets)
[3 folders]
Telecommunications legislation update
[notebook]
Telecommunications legislation update, August 1995
[file removed from preceding notebook]
Telecommunications legislation and infrastructure update
[file removed from preceding notebook]
Texas telecommunications strategic plan: executive summary, September 1994
[file removed from preceding notebook]
(loose sheets)
[file removed from preceding notebook]
Department of Information Resources and General Services Commission, Video/data network services (Mark Ansboury)
[notebook]

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Organization charts, 1993, 1995,
fractional

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) was created in 1989 to coordinate and direct the use of automated information and telecommunications devices, systems, or services by Texas state agencies. These organizational charts provide a graphic representation of the agency's structure, dating 1993 and 1995.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically, as maintained by the agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Organization charts, Texas Department of Information Resources records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1993/172, 1996/033
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Department of Information Resources on January 23, 1993; and December 18, 1995.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Processed by
Tonia J. Wood, October 1995
Box
1993/172-1 Organizational chart, July 5, 1993
Box
1996 Accessions Box 1 (1996/033) Organizational chart, November 6, 1995

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