Texas General Services Commission:
An Inventory of a Groundbreaking Ceremony Program at the Texas State Archives, 1997
In 1991 the Texas State Purchasing and General Services Commission was renamed the General Services Commission. The commission provides an integrated purchasing system for state agencies, provides maintenance and repair services to the Capitol complex, operates a central telephone system and a mailing system for state agencies, handles the leasing and rental of space required by state agencies, acquires real property in the Capitol complex, and constructs state office buildings. The commission establishes and maintains uniform standards and specifications for materials, supplies, and equipment it purchases. The Design, Construction, and Leasing Division administers a property acquisition program for the Capitol complex, administers the state building construction program, provides hazardous material management for state agencies, and leases space on behalf of other state agencies.
The record in this accession is a program for the Robert E. Johnson, Sr. Legislative Office Building groundbreaking ceremony held June 30, 1997.
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Groundbreaking ceremony program, Texas General Services Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession number: 1998/083
This record was transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas General Services Commission on February 17, 1998.
Lisa M. Hendricks, February 1998
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