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THE TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER HUB Operations & Procurement Services Office of the Vice President for Finance, Administration and Institutional Advancement LOCATING HUB VENDORS FOR PROCUREMENTS
Texas Government Code 2161.181 & 2161.182 Historically Underutilized Business (HUB ) Program Texas State Capitol 76 th Texas Legislature, Senate Bill 178 1994, Texas Legislature, Disparity Study Good faith effort
Disparity Study In 1994, and again in 2009, the Texas Legislature commissioned a Disparity Study to determine past and current disparity among woman and minority-owned businesses in the State of Texas.
76 th Texas Legislature Senate Bill 178 Legislators of the 76 th Legislature enacted Senate Bill 178, which encourages the use of historically underutilized businesses (HUBs) in service and commodity purchases.
Texas Government Code Texas Government Code Sections 2161.181 and 2161.182 mandate that State of Texas agencies and institutions of higher education shall make a good faith effort to utilize HUB vendors, directly or indirectly, to achieve annual procurement goals.
11.9% Heavy Construction 26.1% Building Construction 57.2% Special Trade Construction 20.0% Professional Services 33.0% Other Services 12.6% Commodities Annual State Procurement Goals
What is a HUB Vendor? Corporation Sole proprietorship Partnership or joint venture Principal place of business is in the State of Texas Sole Proprietorship
Who can be a HUB Vendor? [ 51% of business must be owned by person (s) who are U.S. citizen and member (s) of the following groups…and State of Texas HUB certified. ] Native American Black Hispanic Asian Pacific Women
HUB Program Objective # 1 [ Create an inclusive environment that will ensure full and equal procurement opportunities.] Highest Return Real value
[ Promote the development of relationships between HUB vendors and the TAMHSC community through economic opportunity forums, training workshops, networking and other sound business practices. ] It’s Who You Know! Look to Network HUB Program Objective # 2
TAMHSC Diversity Supplier Match Program Texas A&M University Electronic HUB Directory Texas Comptroller – Centralized Masters Bidders List (CMBL) Electronic HUB Directory Locating HUB Vendors Surf the Internet
To use this directory go to the link below and search by the name of the vendor. Vendors listed have a track record of doing business with an HSC component. http://www.tamhsc.edu/departments/finance-admin/hub/match.html HSC Diversity Supplier Match Program
To use this directory go to the link below and search by the appropriate field and submit. http://finance.tamu.edu/hub/directory/public/ Texas A&M University Electronic HUB Directory
To use this directory (CMBL) go to the link below. You will need to know either the vendor ID, vendor number, or vendor name. http://www.window.state.tx.us/procurement/cmbl/hubonly.html Texas Building & Procurement Commission Centralized Master Bidders List
For further assistance please call: HUB Operations & Procurement Services 979-458-7276 Thomas Bosquez email@example.com Robby Bounds firstname.lastname@example.org