UT System & State Contracts
The University of Texas System Contracts
- UT Supply Chain Alliance - The University of Texas System Supply Chain Alliance was created to expand the use of joint purchasing and explore new opportunities to leverage the collective size and strength of the UT System institutions through cooperative purchasing.
- Temporary Staffing Services - InGenesis is the current healthcare staffing and diversified solutions provider for the Health Science Center.
- Today's Business Solutions is a Texas HUB Certified Partner with OfficeMax providing office supplies. The ordering process for office supplies are as follows:
- Purchase Orders: For requisitions sent to the Purchasing Department for processing, use Today's Business Solutions and Vendor ID 0000264177.
- General Stores: Orders will be processed through General Stores requisitions and you will select Today's Business Solutions and Vendor ID 0000264177.
- ProCard: Orders may be placed using your ProCard and username at Today's Business Solutions
- Direct any questions to the Purchasing Department at 210-562-6200 or PurchAdmin@uthscsa.edu, or the General Stores at 210-567-5966 or GeneralStore@uthscsa.edu.
State of Texas Contracts
- State of Texas Contracts - Purchasers at Texas State agencies are required to purchase from contract sources if contract items meet their specifications.
- The Texas Procurement and Support Services (TPASS) - Master Index of All Term Contracts - Access related contract terms and conditions, item descriptions, pricing and awarded contractor details.
- Texas Multiple Award Schedule Program (TXMAS) - As an alternative purchasing method, the use of Texas multiple award schedule (TXMAS) contracts that have been developed from contracts awarded by the federal government or any other governmental entity of any state, utilizing competitive procurement procedures for more than 50 schedules that cover multiple commodities and services.
- Department of Information Resources (DIR) - DIR’s Cooperative Contracts program is a streamlined cooperative purchasing program for state and local government, public education, and other public entities in Texas. There are more than 650 cooperative purchasing contracts for technology products and services including hardware, software, staffing services, maintenance, and other services with a high customer demand, such as managed services and technology training.