The Comptroller’s Statewide Procurement Division (SPD) develops statewide contracts for non-IT contracts and services to streamline purchasing for state agencies, institutions of higher education and other state government entities.
Local governments and other Co-operative Purchasing program members can take advantage of the statewide term and other managed contracts, and TxMAS contracts developed from federally procured contracts.
Commodities and services contracts developed by SPD are available through the TxSmartBuy portal or are purchased directly from contracted vendors.
Search Statewide Contracts
Search or browse through statewide contracts for non-IT commodities and services.
The Comptroller's office performs purchasing operations and customer service on behalf of state agencies, universities and more than 1,500 Co-op members.
The Contract Management Office (SCM) assists with day-to-day contract management, contract administration, reporting requirements and vendor performance.
Contract Review & Delegation (CAT-RAD)
CAT-RAD reviews solicitations for contracts with a value of $10 million or greater and reviews contracts between $100,000 and $10 million where agencies are required to obtain delegated authority for purchases.
Texas Multiple Award Schedule (TXMAS)
TXMAS contracts have been developed from contracts awarded by the federal government or any other governmental entities.
State and local government purchasers can find and order many commodities and services online through TxSmartBuy.
Department of Information Resources (DIR)
Information Technology and Services hardware and software contracts are competitively awarded by DIR.
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