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Campus Wide Contracts

As Part of Procurement's strategic sourcing mission we are always on the lookout for existing contracts that are eligible to be used by the University Community, as well as initiating sourcing events locally for goods or services we find to be widely used across various departments on campus. The links below identify many contracts that are in place for your use either through UT System contracts, other third party Group Purchasing Organizations (GPO's), or our locally initiated efforts.

Please take a few moments to review the information. If you have any questions you may contact your Buyer or the Strategic Sourcing group. Procurement Services encourages you to utilize these contracts whenever possible.The goal of these types of agreements is to leverage our group purchasing power and to ensure we are partnering with vendors that have been evaluated and provide the best overall value to the University based on multiple criteria, not just the "lower price". This does not mean that every single item available on these agreements is the lowest price available in the marketplace. What it means is that the pricing structure and service level as a whole represents a reduced total cost of doing business for the University, and that is the mission of Procurement Services. In addition, use of these contracts in most cases (not all, as explained in the information where applicable) allows for direct purchase of the goods or services without having to engage in a competitive process. Lastly, Procurement Services works diligently to ensure that Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB's) are given every opportunity to participate in our process. You will find many HUB's represented in the agreements below that have become valuable University partners.