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Handbook of Business Procedures

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November 20, 2012
November 20, 2012
HUB/SB

 

Part 24. HUB/SB Office—Small and Disadvantaged Business Organizations - Table of Contents


24.2.2. HUB PROGRAM MENTOR/PROTÉGÉ PROGRAM

A. Introduction

Under State of Texas HUB program regulations, each state agency with a biennial appropriation that exceeds $10 million shall implement a Mentor Protégé Program. State agencies may elect to implement a Mentor Protégé Program individually or cooperatively, and are encouraged to address the needs of protégé businesses in critical areas of state procurement.

The University of Texas at Austin meets these criteria and has implemented a cooperative HUB Mentor Protégé Program, which is designed to:

  • foster long-term relationships between prime contractors and HUBs
  • increase the ability of HUBs to contract with the state
  • increase the ability of HUBs to receive subcontracts under a state contract

Participation in the university’s mentor/protégé program:

  • is voluntary for both the mentor and the protégé
  • does not guarantee that the protégé is awarded a contract
  • requires a five-step process outlined in the figure below

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application process graphic

B. Resources

 

 

Part 24. HUB/SB Office—Small and Disadvantaged Business Organizations - Table of Contents