Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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Stretching Every Dollar with Smarter Spending

The Statewide Procurement Division (SPD) awards and manages hundreds of statewide contracts on behalf of more than 200 state agencies and 1,900 local government CO-OP members.

With a massive marketplace and billions of dollars in purchasing power, Texas offers abundant opportunities for vendors of a wide variety of goods and services, including minority- and women-owned businesses. Texas is focused on maximizing best value in purchasing through a continuous process of analysis and optimization that promises additional efficiencies and cost savings.

SPD provides an assortment of contract development and contract management operations and customer service that is core to state of Texas purchasing, including administering the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) program and the Centralized Master Bidders List (CMBL) and the TxSmartBuy on-line ordering system. In addition, Statewide Contract Development processes hundreds of solicitations and awards for the statewide Term, Managed, TXMAS and open market contracts and Statewide Contract Management manages those contracts.

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Training and Certification

Find out more about the Training and Certification Update on Webinar Training for Governing Bodies SB1681.

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Vendors can now access our upgraded registration system to get started in either the CMBL and/or HUB programs via the MyCPA Secure Login Portal.

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