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Texas Workforce Commission(TWC) seeks to buy goods and services from Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) whenever possible. TWC mostly obtains vendors from the State Comptroller's Statewide Purchasing Division (SPD). This division includes the Centralized Master Bidders List (CMBL) area.

Find information on the JET Advisory Board who meets every quarter to review received JET applications.

Learn about the laws, regulations and rules the Texas Workforce Commission complies with or enforces. TWC employees and contracted providers must follow state and federal rules and statutes when delivering services to eligible Texans.

Employment demand for people with Middle Skills remains high across Texas. Middle Skills jobs require some education or training beyond high school. They do not need a four-year degree.

Find resources on the Texas Workforce Commission's (TWC) Board Support’s New Board Member Orientation.

Find media resources and information about TWC's Communications Department and Press Office.

The public commissioner’s office serves as the representative for the public, promoting and supporting the growth of Texas’ world-class employers and talented workforce.

The Office of the Commissioner Representing Employers serves the Texas business community. The page contains a variety of services to employers including informational materials, upcoming events, and contact information.

The Labor Commissioner's office represents the interests of workers with respect to TWC services.

Find the primary Texas state laws that govern the programs administered by TWC. TWC provides searchable, accessible PDF versions of the most used sections of the Texas Labor Code. TWC updates these PDFs on September 1 every two years after the Texas legislative session ends.