The following vendors shown below are debarred from doing business with the State of Texas, effective from the date of debarment for the length of time indicated. Whether they are listed below or not, the debarred vendors include the vendors' successors in interest as defined in Rule §20.102(b)(4).
|Vendor ID Number||Vendor Name/Address||Date of Debarment||Length of Debarment|
|1562456928900||Smith Housewares and Restaurant Supplies
500 Erie Blvd.
Syracuse, NY 13202
|November 12, 2014||5 Years|
|1760677671800||Texas Code Blue
5550 Eastex Fwy, Suite # L
Beaumont, TX 77708-5300
|October 24, 2016||5 Years|
Agencies and Texas Smartbuy members may wish to check the list of vendors excluded from doing business on the federal level. The System for Award Management, or SAM, can be used as a resource for purchasing entities.
According to Statewide Procurement Division rules, other debarment activities from other entities may be considered as possible indicators of vendor responsibility.
The Search State Payments Issued application provides vendors with payment details.
They can also sign up in the application for Advance Payment Notification.
Texas Government Code §2155.077
Texas Administrative Code: 34 TAC §20.101, §20.102, §20.105, §20.106 and §20.107.
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.