Procurement opportunities at the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) include but are not limited to: financial planning services, bond counsel services, development and implementation, nursing consultation, feasibility studies, program evaluation services, information technology services, external auditing services, computer equipment & peripherals, office furniture and office supplies.
- Attachment A - DIR Shared Technology Services Policy Document
- Attachment B - Execution of Proposal
- Attachment C - HUB Subcontracting Plan
- Attachment D - Anticipated Contract
- Questions and Answers
Request for Qualifications No. 781-2-26635 – Outside Counsel for Review of Compliance with Statutory and Regulatory Requirements Regarding The Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act
- Attachment A – Execution of Proposal
- Attachment B – HUB Subcontracting Plan
- Attachment C – Conflict of Interest Statement Form
- Attachment D – Anticipated Outside Counsel Contract
- Attachment A - Execution of Proposal
- Attachment B - HUB Subcontracting Plan
- Attachment C - Anticipated Contract (for reference only)
- Attachment D - Conflict of Interest Statement
- Attachment E - Staff Recommended Features
- Attachment F - Data Center Services Requirements
- Addendum 1
- Addendum 2
- Questions and Answers #1
- Questions and Answers #2
- Questions and Answers #3
- Questions and Answers #4
Questions and Answers #4 - Clarifying Answer to Question #42
- Questions and Answers #5
- Questions and Answers #6
- Questions and Answers #7
How can I do business with the THECB?
The THECB supports transparency in procurement. Texas state government bid opportunities, including those at the THECB, are posted in the Electronic State Business Daily (ESBD).
We are required to solicit pricing from the Centralized Master Bidders List (CMBL). The CMBL is an electronic mail list administered by the Comptroller of Public Accounts which is a database of vendors registered by commodity codes who have provided contact information, commodity codes, and goods/services they offer. If you are not a member, and are interested in obtaining information about the program, you can call the CMBL Help Desk at 512-463-3459 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We actively support the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program by frequently procuring from HUBs goods and services to support THECB operations.
- Certification Regarding Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
- Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
- Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA) Certification
- Certification Regarding Debarment and Suspension
Statutorily Required Information
- The THECB Contract Report is provided in accordance with Texas Government Code (TGC), Section 2261.253, Governor Greg Abbott’s January 28, 2015 directive requiring public disclosure of all no-bid contracts, and Senate Bill 20, 84th Texas Legislature, Regular Session requiring state agencies to post all contracts with private vendors.
- The THECB Contracts $100,000 and Above Report is provided in accordance with TGC, Section 2054.126(d)(4).
The THECB’s Procurement and Contract Management Handbook is provided in accordance with TGC, Section 2261.256.