Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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Statewide Contract Management

Statewide Contract Management assists state agencies, institutions of higher education, CO-OPs, contractors, and internal customers with day-to-day contract management, contract administration, reporting requirements and vendor performance issues related to statewide contracts. We encourage you to establish an active working relationship with the Statewide Contract Management to ensure that our statewide contracts are giving you the best value.

Statewide Contract Management was created to efficiently and effectively manage state contracts using best practices, and to promote and ensure adherence with the State of Texas Contract Management Guide within SPD and throughout the state. In addition, Statewide Contract Management assists over 220 state agencies and almost 2,000 CO-OP members with effective contract management issues, such as price increase requests, contract amendments and reporting requirements. Statewide Contract Management actively manages Emergency Contingency Contracts, SPD Term Contracts, SPD Managed Contracts and provides support and oversight for the management of TXMAS Contracts, Travel and Fleet Contracts and Hotel Rate Agreements.

For contract management assistance or questions regarding contract reporting requirements or other issues, please email us at tpass_cmo@cpa.texas.gov or contact one of our staff members below:

Our TCMO fax number is: (512) 936-0040

Please note: Vendor Performance issues should first be entered into the Vendor Performance Tracking System (VTPS). For questions on the VPTS, please e-mail Vendor.Performance@cpa.texas.gov or call (512) 475-5673.

Please be aware that Government Code, Section 2262.053 requires that individuals who have significant contract management duties shall complete the training developed under this section of the Code. Get details on Training and Certification »

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