The following requirements must be met for consideration of a TXMAS offer packet.
Qualified applicants may download the following TXMAS Offer Packet documents to request consideration of a TXMAS Award. The TXMAS Offer Packet Checklist must be signed and submitted with all required documents to be considered for review. Sample documents are for reference or instruction only. Reference the TXMAS FAQ document below prior to submitting a TXMAS Offer Packet.
PLEASE SUBMIT THE ENTIRE TXMAS OFFER PACKET TO firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the evaluation of the submitted TXMAS Offer Packet, additional information may be requested. If the requested information is not received within the allotted time frame, the TXMAS Offer Packet will be declined and a new TXMAS Offer Packet must be submitted. A new TXMAS Offer Packet may be submitted after a 90-day waiting period.
Submission of a TXMAS Offer Packet does not guarantee award of a TXMAS contract. The decision to award a TXMAS contract is solely at the discretion of the SPD.
Contractor may only sell professional services to Customers as defined and mandated by Texas Government Code Chapter 2254, Subchapter A.
Contractor may not sell to state agency Customers under this Contract any consulting services available on Contractor’s Base Contract that are subject to Texas Government Code Chapter 2254, Subchapter B.
CPA will consider Contractor’s violation of these clauses a material breach of the Contract and CPA may immediately terminate the Contract or pursue any other available contract remedy.
Additionally, CPA will NOT award contracts that conflict with currently existing contracts awarded by:
A dealer delivers the product/service to the customer. A dealer receives a purchase order, writes an invoice, and will get paid by the purchasing entity. If dealers are needed on your TXMAS contract, please read the following information. All required documents must be submitted by the contractor.
Required documents if the dealer is a Texas HUB:
Required documents if the dealer is not a Texas HUB:
In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari.