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Historically Underutilized Business (HUB)

Statement of Commitment

West Texas A&M University is committed to increasing the level of participation from Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) in the procurement of goods and services. Through increased participation by HUB vendors, the University will foster new relationships and expand outreach programs.

Goal of HUB Program

The goal of the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) program is to provide an equal opportunity for HUB vendors to supply goods and services to the University.

Administration of HUB Program

West Texas A&M University adopts the rules of the State of Texas as specified in 1 TAC Chapter 111.11 et seq. and as specified in the Texas A&M University System Policy 25.06 and System Regulation 25.06.01 and the Texas A&M University System HUB Performance Improvement Plan (HPIP).

Introduction

West Texas A&M University remains committed in making a good-faith effort to assist Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) in the procurement process in accordance with the goals and statutes.established by the State. The agency is further committed to the State Use Works Wonders Program for Texans with blindness and other disabilities. Agency departmental purchasers are encouraged to consider the Texas Industries for the Blind and Handicapped (TIBH) and various Community Rehabilitation Programs (CRPs) when acquiring items sold by the State Use Works Wonders Program.

West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) remains committed to promoting participation by minority, woman-owned, and small businesses through the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program of the State of Texas, in the procurement of goods and/or services. WTAMU procurement processes seek to provide equal access and equal opportunity in all procurement projects managed by the agency, while still providing the best value to the agency.
 

Strategic plan

2016 HUB Strategic Plan

Vendor Links

 

Vendors interested in becoming certified by the State of Texas and Texas Building and Procurement, should visit the State of Texas HUB Program for instructions and forms to use for certification.

For Texas A&M University System Office of HUB and Procurement Program information.

Have a look at Senator Royce West: District 23

WTAMU Fiscal Year 2011 Annual HUB Report
WTAMU Fiscal Year 2012 Annual HUB Report
WTAMU Fiscal Year 2013 Annual HUB Report
Fiscal Year 2014 Semi-Annual HUB Reporting Procedures

 

department Links

Click this link for a list of Certified HUB Vendors in our area.

Contact us

Name: Bryan T Glenn
Title: Director of Purchasing & Inventory
Department: Purchasing
Location: 2403 Russell Long Blvd. Canyon TX 79015
Phone: 651-2105
Email: bglenn@wtamu.edu

Name: Clinton S Chambers
Title: Delivery Person
Department: Central Receiving
Location: 2403 Russell Long Blvd. Canyon TX 79015
Phone: 651-2158
Email: cchambers@wtamu.edu