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Contracting with the TCEQ

Below is information to assist contractors in selling goods and services to us.



The Centralized Master Bidders List (CMBL)

The CMBL is a master database used by State of Texas purchasing entities. Vendors listed in the CMBL receive bidding opportunities based on the products or services they can provide to the State of Texas.

Request for Bid TCEQ Terms and Conditions Adobe Acrobat PDF Document

The items included in this PDF apply to and become part of a bid—any exceptions must be in writing.

Contracting with Us to Do Remediation

Programs that use contractors to clean up environmental contamination. Types of contracts available. Funding sources. How to become a contractor. Related rules.

Active Contracts for $100,000 or Greater

Link to a monthly report required by the legislature of these contracts, and information on contract solicitations with the TCEQ.

TCEQ "no-bid" contracts and purchase orders over $5,000

In response to Gov. Greg Abbott's call for increased transparency with state contracts, the TCEQ has posted a list of no-bid contracts.

Specifics for Historically Underutilized Businesses

Selling Goods and Services to the TCEQ

General information for HUBs wanting to do business with us.

HUB Mentor-Protege Program

Information on the TCEQ's Mentor-Protegé Program, which assists historically underutilized businesses in obtaining knowledge and experience to better prepare HUBs in doing business with the state.

More About the TCEQ's HUB Program

Our HUB Program offers assistance to small minority/women-owned and disabled service veteran businesses.

OneStar Foundation: Texas Faith-Based and Community Initiative for Partnering with State Agencies Exit the TCEQ

(Please note that the content of OneStar Foundation’s website is controlled by OneStar Foundation.)

In accordance with Government Code Chapter 535, the TCEQ has appointed a liaison for faith-based and community organizations and that liaison is a member of the Interagency Coordinating Group (ICG) of state agencies. The ICG is charged with improving the working relationship between faith-based and community organizations and state government.

If you represent a faith-based or community organization, please feel free to contact our liaison, Chris Gobert, at 512-239-0382.