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What is HUB?

The State of Texas HUB Program is administered and maintained by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. The Comptroller's office helps companies by providing education and outreach to minority, woman-owned, and disabled veteran businesses regarding the Statewide HUB Program. The CPA is accountable for administering the following: 

  • The certification and compliance functions for the statewide HUB Program.
  • Assisting state agencies and institutions of higher education with training, planning, and implementing HUB education and outreach efforts.
  • Developing and administering HUB rules and statute to ensure full and equal access to state procurement opportunities for minority, woman-owned, and disabled veteran businesses.
  • Compiling and reporting the State's HUB expenditures and contract awards semi-annually to the Legislature.
  • Providing consulting services to state agencies and HUB coordinators.

Who does the State of Texas consider a HUB vendor? A HUB vendor who operates a business in Texas and is 51% or more owned by a minority, woman-owned, or owned by a disabled veteran, and is in good standing with the state.


For more information regarding the State of Texas HUB Program, visit the Texas Comptroller website.

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