The 76th Legislation strengthened the HUB subcontracting requirements imposed upon state agencies, which flow down to our vendors. MD Anderson's purchasing professionals determine the probability for HUB subcontracting opportunities and identify their contracts that will include a HUB Subcontracting Plan for all orders deemed to be valued at approximately $100,000 or more.
Once a solicitation has been reviewed and determined to have subcontracting potential, vendors, both HUB and non-HUBs, must submit a valid HUB Plan with their bid, proposal, offer or an expression of interest to be considered responsive. If the HUB Subcontracting Plan is not completed, the bid is considered non-responsive. At that time, the process ends for that vendor.
Details regarding the submission are listed within the first few pages of the HUB Plan. After the award of the contract, MD Anderson's purchaser for the contract and the HUB Coordinator ensure compliance, Section 111.14 (j) and 111.16 (c, h, i) of the HUB Rules.
- HUB Subcontracting Plan Template (doc)
- Change Order Guidelines (pdf)
- Change Order Form (doc)
- Rider 104A
Major building project HUB Plan templates are available upon request. Send requests to Kandice Mott at email@example.com.
Resources for Vendors & Suppliers
- Supplier Registration
- Current Bids
- HUB & Federal Small Business Program
- Owner's Design Guidelines
- Vendors/suppliers who do business with MD Anderson should make themselves familiar with:
- MD Anderson's Standards of Conduct: Do the Right Thing booklet (pdf)
- Ethics Policy (UTMDACC Institutional Policy # ADM0337) (pdf)
- Conflict of Interest Policy (UTMDACC Institutional Policy # ADM0255) (pdf)
- Vendor Protest Policy (pdf)
- Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Policy (UTMDACC Institutional Policy # ADM0157) (pdf)
- Non-Retaliation Policy (UTMDACC Institutional Policy # ADM0254) (pdf)
- Hospital Compliance Plan (pdf)
For more information, contact Supply Chain Management at 713-745-8300.