Supply Chain Management is responsible for the procurement of supplies, materials, equipment and services for University Health.
According to Procurement policy 6.01, which was approved by the Board of Managers, only Supply Chain are authorized to make commitments to purchase for the institution. Therefore, University Health assumes no liability for payment of obligations except those incurred by Supply Chain Management. In addition, University Health employees are prohibited from soliciting any gift or gratuity without prior written approval from the President/Chief Executive Officer.
University Health has partnered with Bonfire Interactive to create a new procurement portal that will allow you to register as a vendor to:
- Do business with University Health
- Receive notifications of business opportunities
- Submit bids and proposals digitally
As of January 1, 2023, this will be the only digital site used for vendor registrations, solicitations and receiving proposals.
The link below will direct you to the registration and login page. This is a new host, so you must register through this portal.
Registration is easy and free. Please be sure to select NAICS codes associated with your type of business or organization. Our solicitations will be set up using those codes and will be matched to vendors and contractors with the same codes.
University Health is excited about the changes we are making to streamline our electronic bid process and we look forward to continuing our good relationship with you and appreciate your interest.
Should you have any questions, please contact Procurement.Services@uhtx.com.
Once you register and have been approved, you will be invited to participate in any current bid opportunities that match your company’s commodities. You can also monitor the opportunities directly.
University Health Supplier Diversity Program encourages minority, women, and veteran owned businesses to participate in the competitive bid process.
Video: How to Register as a Vendor on Bonfire
Watch this vendor registration how-to video to learn how to create an account.
After Sept 1, 2023, Texas government entities can no longer require their employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. This limitation only applies to COVID-19 vaccines.
Starting Tuesday, Aug. 1, University Health will no longer require the COVID-19 vaccination for employees, volunteers, vendors, students, advanced practice providers, House Staff, attending physicians or others who work in our facilities.
While University Health will no longer require COVID-19 vaccination, we highly recommend you stay up to date with all vaccines, including COVID-19, as this is the best way to prevent the spread of illness.
Contract Compliance System
Prime contractors and subcontractors who are reporting their subcontractor utilization are required to use University Health’s Contract Compliance Management System (CCMS). This system captures the utilization of small, minority-owned, women-owned, and veteran- owned businesses on University Health’s awarded contracts. If you have any questions, please contact Supplier Diversity at Supplier.Diversity@uhtx.com.