Register for Texas Government Contracts
Texas SBA™ State Affairs Office registers Texas-based and multinational corporations to sell their
company's goods and services to 200+ Texas state agencies and 2,000 local government purchasers.
The 84th Texas legislature has approved a State of Texas $209 Billion budget for 2016 - 2017 with $113 Billion
available for general-purpose spending by over 200 state agencies. These monies will be spent by government employees
purchasing various goods and services such as travel, communications, printing, professional services, rentals,
leases, repairs, maintenance, supplies, and commodities. With such a large budget, it's virtually impossible to
guess what purchases are being made by state agency offices and only registration as a Texas vendor will inform
you about Texas procurement. Get Registered Today!
Who's Eligible for Registration
| Business Start-Ups
Woman Owned Firms
Minority Owned Firms
Veteran Owned Firms
| Home-Based Businesses
Non-United States Corporations
Texas government spending represents a large portion of our $1.6 Trillion economy and is being
collected by individuals, small businesses, and corporations who sell their goods or services to at least one
Texas government agency. Procurement procedures are simple and straightforward to "win" a Texas government contract as detailed below:
Texas Government Purchasing Process
- 1. Government Need for Goods & Services
- 2. Government Purchasing Method Selected
- 3. Solicitation to Vendors (eg. email, mail, etc.)
- 4. Receipt & Evaluation of Bids from Vendors
- 5. Government Awards Contract to Vendor
- 6. Government Receives Goods & Services
- 7. Government Evaluates Vendor Performance
- 8. Government Pays Vendor for Contract
- 9. Use of Goods & Services by Texas Agencies
Texas government agencies are considered repeat customers and with a perfect "AAA" credit rating, vendors have confidence
they will receive payment for goods and service sold. Get Registered Today!
1: Registration does not guarantee award of an State of Texas agency contract. View terms of service.