Procurement Q&A - June 15th

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Procurement Q&A - June 15th

GLO-CDR Procurement Q&A - June 15th

By Texas General Land Office - Community Development & Revitalization

When and where

Date and time

Monday, June 15, 2020 · 11am - 12pm PDT



About this event

The Texas General Land Office Community Development and Revitalization division (GLO-CDR) will be conducting a series of Question and Answer Sessions focused on federal procurement requirements. The goal of these sessions is to provide practical knowledge on federal procurements associated with CDBG funds.

The Procurement Q&A session will begin on Monday, June 15, 2020, from 1:00 to 2:00 PM and continuing weekly through June 29, 2020. Each session will have different procurement themes. Participants will have an opportunity to submit questions before and during the Q&A session to

Questions specific to mitigation should be submitted to

Considering the limitations on time, questions that cannot be addressed during the session will be subsequently answered and may be posted to GLO-CDR’s recovery website.

We look forward to everyone's participation.

About the organizer

The Texas General Land Office (GLO), through its Community Development and Revitalization Program (GLO - CDR), works to rebuild Texas communities by putting Texans back in their homes, restoring critical infrastructure and mitigating future damage through resilient community planning.

Since 2011, the GLO has been the lead agency for administering over $9 billion in HUD Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds on behalf of the state of Texas. More than $9 billion have been allocated for recovery following Hurricanes Ike, Dolly, and Rita, the 2011 wildfires, the 2015 and 2016 floods, and Hurricane Harvey.Since 1980, according to NOAA, the United States has experienced 203 significant weather-related disasters where damages exceeded $1 billion.  Over forty percent of those disasters have occurred in Texas, and even though Texas has more disasters than any other state, Texans have only received about $9 billion of the $47.7 billion in CDBG-DR Funds. In 2015 and 2016 alone, Texas experienced six federal disaster declarations that spread across 160 of the state’s 254 counties. These disasters impacted more than 76 percent of the state’s population, or nearly 21 million people - a total population greater than that of 48 states.

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