Job Vacancies

General Counsel (revised/repost): The General Counsel provides legal services for the agency, serving as a member of Sunset’s executive team to provide information and advice about legal issues impacting the agency.

Policy Analyst (multiple entry-level positions): The Sunset Commission is seeking motivated, analytical, curious, and innovative individuals with a desire to help government work better. A policy analyst works as part of a team to conduct nonpartisan, objective evaluations of Texas state agencies.

Review Director: As a senior-level position, a Review Director works under the Deputy Director for Reviews to help guide the course of Sunset reviews of state agencies. 

If you are interested in applying, please visit the Jobs page of our website for details. 

Texas Workers' Compensation Insurance Fund

Agency History

Historical Notes

During the 77th Legislative Session in 2001, House Bill 3458 converted the Fund into a mutal insurance company, Texas Mutal Insurance Company, and removed the Sunset provision.

This agency is currently inactive. An agency can be labeled inactive if it has been abolished, had a title change, was merged into a different agency or split into different agencies. See Agency History on the right for further information.

Next Review Date: None

  • Last Review Cycle: 1994-1995 Review Cycle - 74th Legislative Session

Sunset Documents for 1994-1995 Review Cycle, 74th Legislative Session

Legislative Documents

Final Results of Last Sunset Review

House Bill 1090 contained the Sunset Commission's original recommendations for the Fund with a number of provisions added by the Legislature.  The Fund was continued for a twelve-year period with changes.  The major provisions of the final bill are discussed below.

  • Increase the oversight of the Fund to ensure the state's interests are fully protected.
  • Allow the Fund to require an applicant to the insurer of last resort program to insure commonly owned or controlled businesses if the Fund suspects fraud or conditions that may lead to fraud.
  • Authorize the Commissioner of Insurance to overturn a decision of the Fund's Board of Directors relating to policy cancelation.
  • Clarify that the Fund is not required to designate agents to sell policies.
  • Clarify that any information submitted by an insurance agent to the Fund is the agent's work product and cannot be provided to another agent except as required by the Open Records law nor can the material be used for marketing or direct sales activities.
  • Authorize the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission (TWCC) to charge for inspections required of Fund policyholders.