Fiscal: Accounts Payable Resources

AboutAccounts Payable is responsible for processing payments to vendors and ensuring that our agency is spending funds in a manner that complies with all laws, policies, procedures, rules, and regulations of the State of Texas and Texas A&M AgriLife. We proved customer service to vendors, department/unit business office staff and others that call to inquire on accounts payable-related issues, policies, and procedures.



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Handling PIPs | Processing Invoice Payments | Reviewing Open Commitments
Laserfiche Info | Expenditure Object Class Codes | Grossing-Up Tax Payments
Links | Listserv


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AgriLife Disbursements communicates to its customers via AgriLife eNews and a listserv. If you are an employee and work with any of the following, then subscribe to the corresponding listserv.

AgriLife eNews is used to send information regarding Texas A&M AgriLife Disbursements (Accounts Payable and/or Travel) related issues. This includes updated, reminders, policy and procedure changes.

Agprogram-pathwaynet listserv includes information related to the payment and central billed travel (CBT) card programs and GCMS. Reallocation deadline reminders will be sent out via this listserv.

  • To subscribe or unsubscribe to AgriLife eNews for business/travel contacts send an e-mail to Faren Franklin (
  • To subscribe to the AGPROGRAM-PATHWAYNET Listserv:Send an email to
    Do not enter a subject
    In the body of the message, type SUBSCRIBE AGPROGRAM-PATHWAYNET firstname lastname
    Send the message
  • To remove yourself from the listserv, follow the above directions except use the command “UNSUB” instead of “SUBSCRIBE”



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