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About Us


Our Staff

Name Role
Dan Alden Director, Procurement & Strategic Sourcing
HUB Coordinator
Destiny Llamas HUB Specialist

Texas State University's HUB Program is a department of Financial Services and reports to the Director of Procurement.

Mission & Goals

Texas State University's Mission

Texas State University is committed to the highest ethical standards in providing equal opportunities to all minority, disabled veteran, and women-owned businesses. The university is committed to increasing HUB participation in the procurement of all goods and services, including construction.

Our mission is achieved through a commitment to outreach activities, advising HUB vendors on how to do business with Texas State, referrals to our Small Business Development Center to assist with business plans, meeting with university staff to promote the HUB program, meeting with general contractors to promote usage of HUB's, and strategically partnering our vendors on the Marketplace with other HUB vendors.

State of Texas HUB Goals

Texas State University has made a commitment and priority to utilize Historically Underutilized Businesses and has adopted the State of Texas goals set forth by the Statewide Procurement Division of the Texas State Comptroller’s office.

Heavy Construction 11.2%
Building Construction 21.1%
Special Trade 32.9%
Professional Services 23.7%
Other Services 26.0%
Commodity Purchases 21.1%

Policies and Procedures

For an overview of our Policies and Procedures please visit the link below.

 

More information about the HUB Program


The Statewide Procurement Division, Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program administers the HUB program in accordance with Texas Government Code §2161 and Texas Administrative Code, Title 34, Chapter 20, Subchapter D, Division 1, Sections §20.281 to §20.298.

For additional information on the State of Texas HUB Program please visit their website at the link below:

Statewide Procurement Division of the Texas State Comptroller’s office.