The City of Dallas Payment Register

The payment register section contains detailed logs of vendor transactions and payroll information for the City of Dallas. The information contained is point in time raw data generated from the City's financial software system and may be subject to inaccuracies at the time of publication.



  • Recent Payments
  • Payroll & Payment Register
  • Purchasing card transaction log
  • Debt Service

Recent Payments

Payroll Register

Employee Count:
Payroll Type:
Period Start Date:
Period End Date:
Payment Type Amount
Gross Payroll
Health
Insurance
Retirement
Taxes
Total
Payroll Register Reports
Fiscal Year To date:

Fiscal Year 2013:

Fiscal Year 2012:

Fiscal Year 2011:

Fiscal Year 2010:

Payment Register Reports
Current Fiscal Year to Date:

Fiscal Year 2013:

Fiscal Year 2012:

Fiscal Year 2011:

Fiscal Year 2010:

Purchasing card transaction log
Business Development & Procurement Services - PCard Transactions

Disclaimer  - "Certain City of Dallas transactions are withheld from these reports for reasons of confidentiality and adherence to State and Federal laws which require      vendor anonymity."
 
Purchase Card Transactions for 2014

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Purchase Card Transactions for July to September 2014

Purchase Card Transactions for April to June 2014

Purchase Card Transactions for January to March 2014

Purchase Card Transactions for 2013

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Purchase Card Transactions for October to December 2013

Purchase Card Transactions for July to September 2013

Purchase Card Transactions for April to June 2013

Purchase Card Transactions for January to March 2013

Purchase Card Transactions for 2012

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Purchase Card Transactions for October to December 2012

Purchase Card Transactions for July to September 2012

Purchase Card Transactions for April to June 2012

Purchase Card Transactions for January to March 2012

Debt Service

General Obligation Debt

The general obligation debt service fund provides for the payment of principal and interest on the City’s outstanding general obligation bonds, certificates of obligation and equipment acquisition notes, as well as interest on outstanding general obligation commercial paper. The City of Dallas does not issue bonds to the general public. Debt financing is used to pay for capital projects. By using debt, the project costs are allocated over the life of the asset. Capital projects may include improvements to and/or construction of the City’s street system, parks and recreational facilities, libraries, police and fire protection facilities, flood protection, and storm drainage systems. In FY 2010-11, a commercial paper program was implemented to interim finance voter-approved capital improvement projects. The fees associated with the commercial paper program are included in the General Fund budget. The interest on outstanding commercial paper is paid by the Debt Service Fund.

The Financial Management Performance Criteria (FMPC), found in the appendix of the budget book, addresses debt management and other requirements adopted by the City Council. The FMPC provides additional guidance on the issuance of debt including restricting the length of maturities and outlines the amount and purpose for which bonded debt may be issued.

The City of Dallas has no proposed bond program at this time.

Convention Center Debt

The Convention Center debt service fund provides for the payment of principal and interest on the Convention Center’s outstanding revenue bonded indebtedness. In February 2009, the Convention Center Complex issued $324.94 million in refunding and improvement revenue bonds. This issue included the refunding of all of the Convention Center’s $261.36 million outstanding debt and also included $63.58 million of new money. Of the new money issuance, $60.80 was allocated for improvements to the Dallas Convention Center.

7% Hotel Occupancy Tax, non-operating revenue of the Convention Center Complex, and interest earned on cash balances in the bond reserve fund transferred to debt service funds are pledged for repayment of the debt. These revenues from the Convention Center Complex are transferred to the debt service fund to meet annual principal and interest payments. Additionally, the City has covenanted to provide for the payment of operating and maintenance expenses of the Convention Center Complex, should a shortfall in Convention Center revenues occur.

Dallas Water Utilities Debt

The debt service component of the operating budget for Dallas Water Utilities (DWU) provides for payment of principal and interest on DWU’s indebtedness. The budget for these payments is prescribed by the following standards:

  • The Dallas City Charter provides in Chapter XI, Section 14 that all water and wastewater costs (including debt requirements) shall be paid for from customer service revenues.
  • Revenue bond ordinances provide that customer service revenues solely secure water and wastewater bonds.
  • Financial criteria for DWU provide for financing of capital improvements (effectively defined as capital projects with useful lives of 20 years or longer) either from debt or directly from revenues, to maintain system equity levels.

In addition to revenue bonds, debt sources include tax-exempt commercial paper notes (CP), which are utilized for interim financing of capital construction projects. On at least a bi-annual basis, commercial paper is refinanced and retired with revenue bonds. This process lowers overall interest costs and provides greater financing flexibility. Debt sources also include certain contractual obligations whereby DWU reimburses other agencies for debt incurred to construct joint-use facilities. Under these contractual agreements DWU makes payments in proportion to its allocated share of the joint use facilities.

For more information on transparency, visit the Texas Comptroller’s website at: http://www.texastransparency.org/.

Debt Service Payments
Fiscal Year 2013:

Fiscal Year 2012:

Fiscal Year 2011:

Fiscal Year 2010:

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Disclaimer  - "Certain City of Dallas transactions are withheld from this register for reasons of confidentiality and adherence to State and Federal laws which require vendor anonymity."

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For questions or comments, send an email to: financialtransparency@dallascityhall.com
FINANCIAL SERVICES:
Jeanne Chipperfield Chief Financial Officer (214) 670-7804
Edward Scott - CPA City Controller (214) 670-3536
Michael Frosch, Director Procurement Office (214) 670-3874
Jack Ireland, Director Offices of Financial Services (214) 670-3659
 
Link: *Elected Officials and City Government Contact Information
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
Help Line: 3-1-1
Bid Packets: (214) 670-3326
Vendor Registration: (214) 670-3326
ADDRESS:
City of Dallas
1500 Marilla Street
Dallas, Texas 75201