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Find how to do business with Texas Workforce and learn about state procurement requirements. We award competitive and formula-allocated grants that support workforce development services and initiatives. We also purchase goods and services needed to support our Texas programs and Workforce Solutions offices.
Learn about grant-related procurement for TWC and Texas Workforce Solutions.
Search for what TWC buys and bid opportunities. TWC is required to purchase from contracts established by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts and the Department of Information Resources.
Understand state and TWC-specific purchasing guidelines.
The Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) program seeks to provide quality service and results to agency users while meeting legislative HUB contract goals. We seek to purchase goods and services from HUB vendors whenever possible.
Faith-based and community organizations may partner with Workforce Development Boards or TWC to provide employment-related services.
Economic Opportunity Forums provide numerous opportunities to disseminate and share information about public and private sector procurement, as well as increase networking opportunities with Texas-based small, minority, and women-owned businesses.
Access TWC-published resources that address many of the cost and administrative requirements for managing and carrying out programs and projects under TWC-funded grant contracts.
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