Failure to Appear Statistics
Jan 1, 2014

13.99 Million Offenses Entered

62.1% cleared

Number of Cities Participating: 749

Number of Counties Participating: 240

 


News

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NewsLetter

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Company Information

OmniBase Services of Texas maintains and administers the central database for the cities and counties contracted to use the Department of Public Safety's Failure to Appear Program. The FTA program as authorized by Chapter 706 of the Texas Transportation Code, provides an effective collection and enforcement tool by restricting the violator's ability to renew their drivers license for outstanding violations. OmniBase Services of Texas is VID # 176047826601 in the Catalog Information Systems Vendor Program (CISV).

Experience

The Failure to Appear Program was authorized by the Texas Legislature in 1995 and the Texas Department of Public Safety was assigned responsibility for the administration of the program. OmniBase responded to the Request for Proposal and was selected by TDPS as the initial vendor for the program in 1996. Accordingly, OmniBase is the only company to administer the FTA program and has been included in each of the enhancements to the program since it was first authorized.

Commitment

OmniBase is committed to building effective two-way relationships with political subdivisions through its computer information systems and staff. The computer technical staff offers first-rate response time to technical questions, and the entire staff offers a commitment for a positive relationship between governmental entities and our company.

What We Provide

How We Operate

The Future

OmniBase Services of Texas will continue to adapt our database expertise to enhance the Failure to Appear Program and develop other revenue enhancement services for a wider range of governmental programs.