FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 22, 2016
Office: (713) 274-8000
Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector Mike Sullivan is proudly backing a move to help keep Harris County government processes under control at the local level.
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Board voted to consolidate printing and mailing operations, moving the work of 254 Texas Counties and farming the services out to Xerox, a for-profit state contractor.
"Xerox was not elected by the citizens of Harris County to process and mail their important documents and transactions with my office. This is a terrible move that does not meet the public's expectation of privacy and protection of personal and confidential information," said Tax Assessor-Collector Mike Sullivan.
Click here to read State Rep. Joe Pickett's Letter to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton
Sullivan asked, "Does TxDMV have the authority to take statutory responsibilities away from the Tax Assessor-Collector and give them to a private entity without the authorization of the Tax Assessor or their respective Commissioner's Court?"
Visit our website at www.hctax.net and follow Mike Sullivan on Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates regarding this and other TxDMV issues.
The Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector's Office Automobile Division performs more than 4.5 million automobile transactions in Harris County each year. It also works closely with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles to register motor vehicles, collect registration and title fees and distributes them to the proper entities. Learn more about the Automobile Services Division by visiting www.hctax.net.