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Other Resources

A number of other resources are available for assistance with administrative rules, statutes, and open government information.

Texas Register Rules
Title 1, Chapter 91

Administrative Procedure Act
Chapter 2001
Chapter 2002

Notice of Consulting Services Contract
Chapter 2254 (§2254.029, §2254.030)

Rules with Adverse Economic Effect
Chapter 2006

Government Growth Impact Statements
Title 34, Chapter 11

Impact on Rural Communities
HB 3433 Guidelines 2017 (from the Office of the Attorney General)

Records Management Information for Legislators, State Agencies and State Universities
Educational Information (from the Records Management Interagency Coordinating Council)