Procurement Services is responsible for all purchases made by the City utilizing purchase orders, formal bids, contractual and cooperative purchasing agreements, and administering these within the approved budget.
In 2015, the Texas Legislature adopted House Bill 1295, which added section 2252.908 of the Government Code. The law states that a governmental entity or state agency may not enter into certain contracts with a business entity unless the business entity submits a disclosure of interested parties to the governmental entity or state agency at the time the business entity submits the signed contract to the governmental entity or state agency. The law applies only to a contract of a governmental entity or state agency that either:
- Has a value of at least $1 million. The disclosure requirement applies to a contract entered into on or after January 1, 2016.
- Requires an action or vote by the governing body of the entity or agency before the contract may be signed.
Conflict of Interest Questionnaire (CIQ) Form
Effective January 1, 2006, Chapter 176 of the Texas Local Government Code requires that any vendor or person considering doing business with a local government entity disclose Questionnaire Form CIQ (PDF).
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