Welcome, and thank you for your interest in doing business with Texas State University! University purchasing is coordinated by the Office of Procurement and Strategic Sourcing, in the Division of Finance and Support Services.
Doing Business with Texas State University
The first step a HUB vendor should take to do business with the university is to consult with Texas State's HUB Specialist. The HUB Specialist can assist with understanding and filling out forms such as the HUB Subcontracting Plan and Determination Form, as well as interpret state rules and serve as a knowledgable expert on HUB compliance. The HUB Specialist also serves as liasion between HUB vendors and university departments. Click the link below to schedule a consultation appointment.
Normal Business Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday
-Link to Texas State University's current bid postings.
- The CMBL is a comprehensive mailing list of vendors who are actively competing for state business
- Effective tool for businesses to use to market their products and services to state agencies and
institutions of higher education.
- A business may be considered for the CMBL by completing an on-line application or printable
**Fee for inclusion on the CMBL is $70.00 per year and can be paid by credit/debit card, or
Texas State University strongly recommends that businesses submitting a HUB application also apply
to be on the CMBL. The university does not maintain any vendor lists separate from the CMBL and
HUB Directory. If you are on both lists, then your HUB status is readily apparent to purchasers and
contract specialists when they are searching for vendors.
-Certification process tips and instructions
-Benefits of HUB certification
The Mentor-Protégé Program is designed to foster long-term relationships between prime contractors and Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBS). These relationships should culminate in an increase in the ability of HUBS to contract with the State of Texas or to receive subcontracts under a State contract. Participation in the program is voluntary for both Mentors and Protégé.