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Procurement Information

Request for Proposals - RFP

Request for Proposals for a Contractor to Provide Live Internet Video Coverage of All Public Hearings and Meetings Held by the Public Utility Commission

Request for Proposals for Financial Audit of the Texas Universal Service Fund and Internal Control Audit of the Texas Universal Service Fund Administrator

Request for Proposals to Manage and Operate the Audio Newspaper Assistance Program

Request for Proposals for Assistance in Reviewing the Change in Control Filing of Energy Future Holdings Corporation

Request for Proposals for Middle School Energy Conservation Outreach Program


Purchasing

The Purchasing Department of the Public Utility Commission (PUC) ensures that all purchases made comply with state law and the rules and regulations of the Comptroller of Public Accounts/Texas Procurement and Support Services (CPA/TPASS). Purchasing is a centralized function at the PUC. Division purchasing liaisons submit purchase requisitions to the purchasing department for budget approval and processing.

Purchaser, CTPM
Fiscal and Information Services
purchasing@puc.texas.gov
512-936-7069

How Can I Do Business With the PUC?

The PUC does not maintain its own bidders list. We are required to solicit pricing only from the Centralized Master Bidders List (CMBL). If you are not a member, and are interested in obtaining information about the program, you can call CMBL Registration at 512-463-6363.

Electronic State Business Daily (ESBD)
Information on PUC and other available bid opportunities in Texas state government.

Payment Scheduling
State agencies must schedule vendor payments, and where appropriate, discounts for early payment.

Prompt Payment
When properly invoiced, state agencies must make prompt payment.

HUB Certification Information

The Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) program is priority to the Public Utility Commission. The PUC actively encourages purchasing from, and contracting with, Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs) to provide goods and services to support the agency's operations.