The Texas Facilities Commission is funded by the Legislature to build, maintain, and support the building assets of the State of Texas. TFC also manages construction projects for other state agencies as requested. Each fiscal year TFC solicits goods and services in a wide array of categories including custodial services and supplies, to professional services for architects, engineers, general contractors, and a variety of maintenance services needed to keep state buildings open for business. Through our competitive and open procurement process, TFC supports the growth of our Texas economy.
TFC’s procurement processes encourage competition for even the smallest of purchases. Small businesses, including Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB), are encouraged to participate in solicitations.
Persons interested in doing business with TFC, or with the State of Texas may find the following links helpful:
Rico Gamino, CTCD, CTCM, Procurement Director,
James Gonzalez, CTCD, CTCM, Purchaser - Major Construction,
Michelle Jordan, CTCD, CTCM, Purchaser - Administration, General,
Charlie Fountain Purchaser – General,
Monica Presson, CTCD, CTCM, Purchaser - Facilities Maintenance and Operations,
State Comptroller Procurement Resources
NIGP Commodity Book – Link to information on how to find applicable National Institute of Government Purchasing (NIGP) commodity codes. Used for classifying purchases and finding vendors.
State Vendor Performance Tracking – Link to the Vendor Performance Tracking System hosted by the Comptroller of Public Accounts. This is the reporting system used by State Agencies to document past performance by vendors.
TFC Procurement Resources
The primary functions and responsibilities of The Texas Facilities Procurement Program are: