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Contract Reporting

Contract Reporting

Senate Bill 20 was established to modify purchasing and contracting for state agencies. One of the requirements of SB 20 is that agencies post contracts from vendors for purchases that exceed
$15,000.00 or greater. Contracts that fall under this category are listed below:

For more information on SB 20 visit:

Transparency Reporting

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LBB Reporting

The Legislative Budget Board (LBB) is a permanent joint committee of the Texas Legislature that develops budget and policy recommendations for legislative appropriations, completes fiscal analyses for proposed legislation, and conducts evaluations and reviews to improve the efficiency and performance of state and local operations.

The Contracts Database is the single point of data entry for all contract information or contract documents that state entities are required to report to the LBB either by statute or the General Appropriations Act (GAA).  Contract reporting requirements vary depending on contract type, contract amount and contracting entity.  A summary of LBB requirements for the Members of The Texas A&M University System as well as a link to the LBB Contracts Database can be found below.

Contract Reporting Requirements & Exemptions

LBB Contracts Database

Contract Management Handbook

The Texas A&M University System Office has created a Contract Management Handbook to establish consistent contracting policies and practice to be followed by all Members of the System. The purpose of the Contract Management Handbook (CMH) is to offer System Members’ contract managers recommendations on improving existing contract management processes and practices.

Contract Management Handbook

Contract Review Checklist

Purchasing Accountability and Risk Analysis Procedure