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  • Welcome to Oregon's Procurement Website

    images of the state of OregonOregon Department of Administrative Services (DAS) procurement is comprised of two offices: Procurement Services and Procurement Policy. We are the enterprise-wide purchasing authority for the state of Oregon and fulfill a variety of roles within state government:

    • Procurement of goods and services on behalf of state agencies, leveraging the purchasing power of local governments, state agencies and other states to ensure the cost-effective acquisition of goods and services.
    • Providing training and consultation to employees of state and local governments, and suppliers on the application of purchasing laws, rules, procedures and policies  and best practice as recognized by the Universal Public Purchasing Certification Council.
    • Maintenance of an enterprise-wide eProcurement System to support statewide procurement, purchasing and invoice settlement activities.
    • Development and implementation of procurement statutes, administrative rules and statewide policies.
    • Consultation and liaison with the Governor, Legislature and other stakeholders to build effective procurement policies and practices.
Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program
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Allows qualifying agencies and organizations to purchase goods and services from state contracts.  Find agreement, membership list and more.

Statewide Statutes, Rules and Policies
Rules, Policies and Statutes logo Public contracting laws and procurement policies that apply to agencies under DAS procurement authority and to the public. 
Qualified Rehabilitation Facilities Program
QRF This program facilitates employment for people with disabilities.  Search here for Procurement List, regulations, FAQs and other useful tools.
ORPIN logo Oregon's primary resource for connecting suppliers of goods and services with state contracting opportunities.
Procurement Transactions
Procurement Transactions logo State and local government procurement resources, including guidelines, templates and consulting services.
Training logo Classes provide quality instruction in statute, rule and best practice for government employees who purchase goods and services in Oregon.