Request for Proposals - RFP
Request for Information
The Public Utility Commission (PUC) is issuing this RFI in order to receive solution and pricing information on the replacement of our current document management system. All questions regarding this RFI should be emailed to RFIDocketmanagement@puc.texas.gov
RFI Workshop Date: 05/18/2016 10 AM CST
Submission Date: 06/01/2016 2 PM CST
While we prefer that respondents attend the workshop in person, we understand that this may not be possible in all cases. Therefore we have setup the following accommodations for those who need to participate remotely.
Texas Admin will be broadcasting the workshop via the internet. You can find the link by going to the PUC website at www.puc.texas.gov on the day of the workshop and clicking the green "Web Cast" button in the middle of the page.
In addition, we will be providing a conference bridge in order for those who are attending remotely to participate. The bridge will be muted during the presentation and then opened up for participants at the end of the workshop for the Q&A session. The information for the call is as follows:
USA Toll-Free: 877-226-9790
Access Code: 2130913
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.
Fiscal and Information Services
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.
State agencies must schedule vendor payments, and where appropriate, discounts for early 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.