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Texas public contracting law provides numerous options for owners to bid and procure work through traditional and non-traditional means. Selecting the appropriate procurement and project delivery method and promoting competition are critical to the success of any project. Regardless of project delivery method, preserving competition and fairness in the Texas marketplace is fundamental to a vibrant economy that promotes responsible stewardship of taxpayer dollars.

As Texas communities make necessary investments in our future with taxpayer and ratepayer dollars, the public’s trust and competition must be maintained. 

 

Making an informed decision in the procurement phase of projects is particularly important with the increasing use of alternative project delivery such as Construction Manager-at-Risk (CMAR), Competitive Sealed Proposals and Design-Build, which take qualifications and other factors into account during the selection process.

 

TxWIN  seeks to maximize value for public investment through the promotion of transparent and competitive procurements. TxWIN actively engages in outreach and education with public owners to assist them with outreach to enhance competition on projects and provide feedback on procurements.

 

If you are a public owner’s representative or engineer who would like to receive feedback from TxWIN on your procurement approach to maximize competition by qualified contractors we are here to assist you.

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