Chapter 1231 of the Texas Government Code directs issuers of state securities to report their
securities transactions to the Bond Review Board (BRB). Chapter 1231 also requires the BRB to
report the data to the governor, lieutenant governor, the speaker of the house, and each member
of the legislature in an annual report within 90 days of the end of each state fiscal year.
The data on the BRB’s website is compiled from information reported to the BRB from various sources and has not been independently verified. The reported debt and defeasance data of state agencies may vary from actual debt outstanding, and the variance for a specific issuer could be substantial.
State debt data compiled does not include all installment purchase obligations, but certain lease-purchase obligations are included. In addition, SECO LoanSTAR Revolving Loan Program and certain other revolving loan program debt and privately-placed loans are not included. Outstanding debt excludes debt for which sufficient funds have been escrowed to retire the debt either from proceeds of refunding debt or from other sources
Future debt issuance is based on estimates supplied by each issuing agency. Future debt service on variable rate, commercial paper, and other short-term and demand debt is estimated on the basis of interest rate and refinancing assumptions described in the report. Actual future data could be affected by changes in legislative and oversight direction, agency financing decisions, prevailing interest rates, market conditions, and other factors that cannot be predicted. Consequently, actual future data could differ from the estimates, and the difference could be substantial. The BRB assumes no obligation to update any such estimate of future data.
Historical data and trends presented are not intended to predict future events or continuing trends, and no representation is made that past experience will continue in the future.
This website refers to credit ratings. An explanation of the significance of the ratings may be obtained from the rating agencies furnishing the ratings. Ratings reflect only the respective views of each rating agency. In reporting ratings herein, the BRB does not intend to endorse the ratings or make any recommendation to buy, sell or hold securities.
The information on this website is intended to meet chapter 1231 requirements and inform the state leadership and the Legislature. This website is not intended to inform investors in making a decision to buy, hold, or sell any securities, nor may it be relied upon as such. Data is provided as of the date indicated and may not reflect debt, debt service, population or other data as of any subsequent date. This data may have changed from the date as of which it is provided. For more detailed or more current information, see the issuers’ web sites or their filings at Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA®). The BRB does not control or make any representation regarding the accuracy, completeness or currency of any such site, and no referenced site is incorporated herein by that reference or otherwise.
To view state and local debt data on the Texas Open Data Portal click
Statewide Capital Expenditure Planning
Energy Savings Performance Contract
Energy Savings Performance Contract Resource (from the US Department of Energy website)
Individual Presentations (All files are in windows media format and are very large files)
Debt Affordability Study
State Bond Cost of Issuance Data
Historically Underutilized Business Reports
* Submitted to the Joint Select Committee on Historically Underutilized Businesses