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Mission Statement
We serve state government to benefit the people of Oregon.
 
Organization

​DAS Enterprise Goods and Services (EGS) is comprised of Publishing and Distribution, Risk Management, Procurement Services, Financial Business Systems, and Shared Financial Services.

Programs
The state's central provider for integrated document publishing and distribution solutions; offers copying, digital and traditional printing and related services at its central plant and three satellite centers; contracts out printing to pre-qualified private vendors using a low bid approach; offers a full suite of mail processing services and provides interagency and on-call delivery service.
 
Provides management of liability and property claims involving state insurance coverage; coordinates workers compensation coverage of state employees; partners with agencies to identify and assess risk, develop and implement processes to manage and monitor risk in support of agency operational mission.
 
Provides direction regarding state wide buying services and strategic procurement services; implements statutes governing state purchasing and contracting including local governments; administers purchasing and contracting rules; provides procurement training and administers statewide electronic procurement system (ORPIN).
 
Responsible for the maintenance, improvements, quality assurance, training and agency assistance for the statewide payroll system, the statewide financial system and the datamart. The datamart houses information for reporting purposes for the payroll and financial systems. In addition FBS provides shared payroll services for DAS as well as small agencies. The DAS PERS Services team is also part of FBS and is responsible for reconciling payroll data to the retirement system information.
 
 Shared Financial Services
Provides accounting support for DAS and accounting and budgeting support for approximately 30 clients state agencies. SFS areas of responsibility include Accounting/Budgeting, Accounts Payable, and Accounts Receivable. Manages central disposal of state and local government excess property; coordinates transfer of state and federal property for use by governments and non-profit organizations; establishes process for disposal of IT/Electronic equipment for agencies and local governments.