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RRAC 2.0 Information Bulletins

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Issue 2014-01
For the past three years, the Texas General Land Office (GLO) has been evaluating the performance of the Royalty Reporting and Control application (RRAC).  In addition, numerous reporting companies have provided us with feedback on ways to enhance the application.  In order to better serve you, the GLO is in the process of upgrading the RRAC application, branded RRAC 2.0.

RRAC 2.0 will be launched in phases over the next 24 months.  Enhancements will include, but are not limited to, the ability to view previously filed reports, improved error notifications on report submissions, and auto-email confirmations on successfully submitted reports.  As the RRAC 2.0 modifications become available in a testing application, you will be notified who to contact if you wish to participate in testing them prior to production launch.

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RRAC Response Team