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Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Administrative Services is to serve state government to benefit the people of Oregon. 

-          Service means implementing the decisions of the Governor and policy makers

-          Service means taking the lead on behalf of state government

-          Service means partnering with our customers to achieve desired outcomes

-          Services means delivering the best value for every dollar spent by state government

DAS Vision, Mission and Values 

In support of the DAS mission, the complementary mission of the Procurement offices are 

"To Demonstrate and Provide Leadership through Innovative, Responsive and Accountable Public Procurement Services".
Annual Performance Measures

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The Procurement Services and Procurement Policy Offices are proud to announce that we have earned the prestigious 2011 "Achievement of Excellence in Procurement " award from the National Purchasing Institute. 
This award is designed to recognize organizational excellence in state, local and non-profit public procurement.  Standardize criteria are used to measure the innovation, professionalism, productivity, e-procurement and leadership attributes of the procurement organization and these criteria are evaluated by an independent committee made up of procurement professionals from around the nation.  
Oregon now joins a small group of other states who have been acknowledged by this honor.   
Procurement Services accepted the award in September 2011 during the annual meeting of the National Association of State Procurement Officers.
The Procurement Services (PS) and Procurement Policy Office partner with state and local agencies to create a thriving marketplace that is fair, open and flexible.
With that in mind, each of the PS and Policy Programs are comprised of experienced staff that are dedicated to providing knowlegable and professional services that help guide Oregon's procurement methods and practices into the future.
Program                    Description                              
Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (ORCPP) The ORCPP program is a fee-for-service program that allows local government and other qualified organizations access to a wide variety of state contracts to purchase goods and services.
For information about the benefits of ORCPP membership, please click here.
Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN)  The ORPIN program is the primary online resource to help connect suppliers of goods and services with contracting opportunities posted by Oregon agencies and local governments.   To access information about using ORPIN, please click here.
For more information and resources about doing business with Oregon, please click here.
Qualified Rehabilitation Facility (QRF) The QRF program promotes employment opportunities through public contracts for people with disabilities.  State and local government agencies are required to purchase products and services from QRF's as identified on the procurement list. 
To access the QRF procurement list, please click here
Statutes, Rules and Policies Both Procurement Services (PS) and Policy interprets and applies Oregon Public Procurement Statutes, Rules and Policy for state agencies that are under the procurement authority of DAS. 
To view Oregon Statutes, please click here
 To view Oregon Administrative Rules, please click here.
Strategic Sourcing The Strategic Sourcing section of Procurement Services provides guidance to agencies and suppliers in procurement related questions, and is responsible for soliciting and negotiating statewide price agreements for use by Oregon state agencies and local governments.   
For more detailed information about Strategic Sourcing, please click here.
Agency Specific​

​The Agency Specific section of Procurement Services provides guidance to DAS, other agencies and suppliers in procurement related questions and is responsible for soliciting and negotiating one time procurements for use by DAS and other State agencies.

Training The PS Training program provides training and credentialing programs for state agency and local government personnel that improve state procurement practices. 
These training opportunities cover a wide variety of procurement topics.  For more about agency training opportunities and certifications, please click here.
Special Requests The Procurement Policy office approves Special Requests from agencies submitted through ORPIN regarding procurement processes and authorities.

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