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1 Texas Asian-American Business Symposium May 15, 2004 Sid Sanders, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning and Construction

2 2 The University of Texas System Components 9 Academic Components 6 Health Components

3 3 Nine Academic Components U. T. ArlingtonArlington, Texas U. T. AustinAustin, Texas U. T. BrownsvilleBrownsville, Texas U. T. DallasRichardson, Texas U. T. El PasoEl Paso, Texas U. T. Pan AmericanEdinburg, Texas U. T. Permian BasinOdessa, Texas U. T. San AntonioSan Antonio, Texas U. T. TylerTyler, Texas

4 4 Six Health Components U. T. Southwestern Medical CenterDallas, Texas U. T. Medical BranchGalveston, Texas U. T. Health Science CenterHouston, Texas U. T. Health Science CenterSan Antonio, Texas U. T. M. D. Anderson Cancer CenterHouston, Texas U. T. Health Center at TylerTyler, Texas

5 5 The University of Texas System Statistics 178,000 Total Students $7.8 Billion Annual Operating Budget 60 Million Square Feet of Facilities Space 88,000 Faculty and Staff

6 6 has its own PRESIDENT has its own BUDGET manages its own CAMPUS OPERATIONS is responsible for its own FACILITIES is an INDEPENDENT INSTITUTION The University of Texas System

7 7 Component Institution Contact Information LOCATIONPROFESSIONAL SERVICES MATERIALS & SUPPLIESCONSTRUCTION UT SystemJenny Murphy (512) Jeffery Kauffmann (512) UT ArlingtonBill Buttram (817) Dan Risik (817) Mark Lanier (817) UT AustinJeff Treichel (512) Floyd Self (512) Ernest Hunter (512) UT BrownsvilleDoug Arney (956) Grady Deaton (956) UT DallasPete Bond (972) Paul Watson (972) Delbert Overstreet (972) UT El PasoGerard Cochrane (915) Greg McNicol (915) UT Pan AmericanFrances A. Rios (956) Albert Ochoa (956) UT Permian BasinSharon O’Donnell (915) Rick Dempsey (915) UT San AntonioBernard Leiter (210) Robert Dickens (210) George Morales (210) UT TylerWendy Minix (903) Chip Clark (903) UT SWMC - DallasAbby Freeman (214) Joe Behrens (214) Kirby Vahle (214) UT Med. Branch - GalvestonDavid O’Brien (409) Mike Shriner (409) UTHSC – HoustonMichael Schurwon (713) Sandra Bibbs (713) Pico Mina (713) UTHSC - San AntonioStephen F. Holmes (210) Darrell Maatsch (210) UT M.D.A. Cancer CenterLinda Akiens (713) Susan Lipka (713) UTHC - TylerRick Hefner (903) Vicky Noble (903)

8 8 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Current Capital Improvement Program (CIP): Most New Construction Greater than $1 MM, and Most Renovation Greater than $2 MM is procured and managed centrally by System Administration  176 Projects  $4.9 Billion Projects below thresholds or those so delegated are procured and managed by components within their respective facility departments

9 9 Active Projects by Institution Total Active Projects: $3.2 Billion Southwestern 13%

10 10 CIP Expenditures—Total FY 2001 FY 2002FY 2003FY 2004 (projected) FY 2005 (projected)

11 11 Asian-American Expenditures—Overall FY 2001FY 2002FY % 0.53% 0.45%

12 12 Asian-American Expenditures —Professional Services 4.94% 2.97% 4.94% FY 2001FY 2002FY 2003

13 13 Asian-American Expenditures —Construction FY 2001FY 2002FY % 0.27% 0.14%

14 14 Strategies for Pursuing Professional Services Become certified as a Historically Underutilized Business. Attend Pre-Qualification Conference Build relationships with large, experienced architectural firms or with large, experienced engineering firms Build relationships at the Campus level Attend industry-specific Economic Opportunity Forums Attend UT-hosted Economic Opportunity Forums Request a debrief to understand successes/failures

15 15 Strategies for Pursuing Construction Procurement Opportunities Become certified as a Historically Underutilized Business. Attend Pre-Bid Conferences Build relationships with general contractors Pre-qualify with general contractors Propose on-Campus construction projects Team with other construction firms Attend Economic Opportunity Forums Request a debrief to understand successes/failures

16 16 Strategies for Pursuing Commodities Procurement Opportunities Procards: Departments can purchase goods and services for <$1,000 from vendors Purchase Orders:  Less than $5,000 — bidding is not required but recommended  $5,000 to $25,000 — Requires a minimum of three telephone quotes to be taken from at least one ethnic minority and one woman-owned business when available  $25,000+ — Formal bids/quotes solicited by purchasing through the Texas Marketplace

17 17 Strategies for Pursuing Commodities Procurement Opportunities Become certified as a Historically Underutilized Business. Monitor the Texas Marketplace. Requests for Proposals are posted on this site for a minimum of 14 days Contact Purchasing Departments at the components to let them know what you have to offer. Visit component websites for contact information and information on each component. Accept credit card payments and honor tax exempt status.

18 18 Mentor Protégé Program Purpose and Goals Partnership between a successful majority firm and a developing HUB firm intended to enhance the business skills of the HUB firm Allows HUB firm to learn successful business strategies and practices from the mentor firm Enhances economic opportunities

19 19 Questions? Thank You THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM


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