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About Us

The mission of the Del Valle ISD Business Office is to support the educational goals of Del Valle ISD by providing prudent, efficient, and compliant financial services. Our vision is to provide these services through leadership, innovation, and diversity. Our department is responsible for the complex job of managing the District's growing budgets, investments, and fiscal practices. We also oversee a number of specific areas including accounting, accounts payable, budgeting, finance, child nutrition, payroll, and purchasing. We are here to serve the overall mission of Del Valle ISD so please let us know how we may assist. 

Doing business with Del Valle ISD

Vendors that wish to do business with Del Valle ISD must contact an individual at the campus or department level. Del Valle ISD Purchasing does not accept requests directly without campus or department submission.

All vendors will need to register as a vendor in Bonfire and upload the five (5) requested forms. Upon completion, please notify the campus/department you wish to do business within the district.

Submission does not constitute an approved vendor status with Del Valle ISD nor does it guarantee any level of expenditure by our District. A DVISD "Approved"/Awarded Vendor is one who has responded to, and been awarded, a contract for goods or services through a competitive solicitation process or purchase order. Acceptance of orders verbally or otherwise without an authorized purchase order is done at risk of non-payment.

DVISD W-9 and Tax Exempt Form

Below is the district W-9 and tax exempt form, both forms are fillable and can be submitted to vendors as needed.

Local Government Officer Conflicts Disclosure

Section 176.003 of the Local Government Code requires certain local government officers to file this form.  A "local government officer" is defined as a member of the governing body of a local governmental entity; a director, superintendent, administrator, president, or other person designated as the executive officer of a local governmental entity; or an agent of a local governmental entity who exercises discretion in the planning, recommending, selecting, or contracting of a vendor. This form is required to be filed with the records administrator of the local governmental entity not later than 5 p.m. on the seventh business day after the date on which the officer becomes aware of the facts that require the filing of this statement. A local government officer commits an offense if the officer knowingly violates Section 176.003, Local Government Code. An offense under this section is a misdemeanor. Refer to chapter 176 of the Local Government Code for detailed information regarding the requirement to file this form. .

Local government officers and vendors may be subject to the disclosure and reporting requirements of Chapter 176. Additional information regarding these requirements can be found at the Texas Ethics Commission website or in Chapter 176 of the Local Government Code.

Fraud Reporting

The purpose of fraud reporting is to promote the improvement for the effective and efficient use of resources, to provide assurance that financial information is accurate and in compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, and that controls are adequate in protecting the assets of the District. If you need to report fraud, please contact Ludivina Cansino, Chief Financial and Operations Officer. 

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Tax Rate Information

The 2023-2024 tax rate was adopted by the Board of Trustees at the September 19, 2023 Regular Board Meeting.

The Maintenance & Operations (M & O) tax rate is .6728 cents and the Interest & Sinking (I & S) tax rate is .3300 cents.  This is 18.18 ¢ lower than last year’s rate.

5301 Ross Road, Del Valle, TX 78617
P: 512-386-3020 
F: 512-996-6956

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