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What is a 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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