Stretching Every Dollar with Smarter Spending
The State Purchasing teams award and manage hundreds of statewide contracts on behalf of more than 200 state agencies and 1,900 local government CO-OP members.
With a massive marketplace and billions of dollars in purchasing power, Texas offers abundant opportunities for vendors of a wide variety of goods and services, including minority- and women-owned businesses. Texas is focused on maximizing best value in purchasing through a continuous process of analysis and optimization that promises additional efficiencies and cost savings.
State Purchasing Highlights
State Contract Helps Austin Save & Reflect
The city of Austin leveraged the state's buying power to cut the cost of street signs and road safety equipment.
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Spotlight on Influenza Vaccine Contract 269-A3
State and local purchasers can look to state contract 269-A3 for flu vaccines and reserve next year's supply starting late February to March. Learn how UT-Austin's Health Services manages their demand »
Local Governments and Purchasing Efficiency
Looking to save more dollars and cents? Find out more about the state purchasing services for local governments.