Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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Upgrade to MyCPA Vendor Registration System

The original CMBL Registration system has been replaced by the new MyCPA Secure Login Portal. With one MyCPA login, you'll be able to access the following options:

  • Edit CMBL/HUB Profile
  • Pay CMBL Fee
  • Apply for HUB online
  • Access Contractor Sales Reporting (for vendors on state contract)

To upgrade, follow these steps to establish your new MyCPA user account.

Step 1: Set up your new MyCPA user account

  • MyCPA Login ScreenEnter a new user ID under "New User Registration" on the MyCPA User Account - Login screen (requires at least seven characters including numbers and case-sensitive letters).
  • Enter your e-mail address.

NOTE: You will not be able to log in under Returning User with your original CMBL system user ID and password.

Step 2: Create your MyCPA user profile

This will include your name, telephone number, password and a security question and answer (minimum 5 characters). Please keep your information current.

Step 3: Establish access to your vendor account(s) and location(s)

  • MyCPA Vendor Locations ScreenSelect the “CMBL/HUB” menu tab.
  • Enter the 11-digit vendor identification number (VID) of the vendor profile you wish to access. (You can look up your VID on your CMBL/HUB Search profile.)
  • On the next screen, a list of Available Locations will display. Select the location you want associated to your user profile.
  • Enter the Personal Identification Code (RG number) you received via mail from the Comptroller's office. You can also call toll-free to (888) 863-5881 to request your RG number.
  • Read the disclaimer and indicate that you agree with the terms.

This completes your upgrade process. To edit your profile or pay the CMBL fee, you will click on your Assigned Locations link (i.e., 00-…) to access those functions.

TIP: Prior to exiting or paying the CMBL fee, we strongly encourage you to select the “Edit Vendor Profile” option to review and complete all missing information in your existing vendor profile.

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More Help

Each page of the MyCPA portal contains a HELP link in the top right corner. Please click the link to get assistance with the webpage you are viewing.

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In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Apple Safari.