INDUSTRY NOTICE: Compliance reporting now open in the Alcohol Industry Management System (AIMS)
To: Holders of BW, BB, BC, BE, BF, BG, BQ, D, G, MB, N, NB, NE, P, Q, W, and X licenses and permits
Re: Voluntary compliance reporting period for TABC-licensed businesses with Texas locations has started
What: Voluntary compliance reporting (self-inspection) period
When: May 1–Aug. 31, 2023
Details: Businesses with TABC-licensed locations in Texas can now conduct and file a voluntary compliance report (aka self-inspection) of their Texas premises through AIMS until Aug. 31, 2023.
Businesses can conduct and file their annual reports by picking up their mobile device, opening either the Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge app, and logging into AIMS — the same online system used by businesses to manage licenses, applications, excise taxes, and more. Compliance reports ask users a series of questions and prompt them to take photos to confirm they are following the applicable laws for their businesses.
- Now: Access the compliance reporting feature in AIMS and begin filing reports for your Texas premises. You have until Aug. 31, 2023, to complete your voluntary compliance reports. If you don’t already have an AIMS account, visit our How To Use AIMS page.
- Get help with the compliance reporting feature:
- After completing your voluntary compliance report: No further action is needed until Jan. 1, 2024. Your new mandatory compliance reporting period will be Jan. 1–March 31 each year. TABC will send additional communications leading up to the 2024 mandatory compliance reporting period.
Need more help?
If you have questions or need assistance with filing your compliance report, contact TABC's Audit and Investigations Department at (512) 206-3300.