A Community Rehabilitation Program that seeks to participate in the QRF Program must complete and submit this form.
All participating QRFs must utilize this form to submit information to DAS/SPO within 120 days of the end of their fiscal year.
Public Agencies not under DAS authority and QRFs entering into a contract must submit this form, completed with authorized signatures, the statement of work and costing workbooks to DAS for price determination.
QRFs must complete this form every two years for each employee with qualifying disabilities.
This Documentation of Disability form, signed by a medical professional, is an "Acceptable Disability Documentation Source."
QRF Suitability Determination Notices:
THESE ARE NOTICES OF SUITABILITY FOR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES PROVIDED BY NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS EMPLOYING INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES.
From ORS 279.850 (1) If any public agency intends to procure any product or service on the procurement list, that public agency shall, in accordance with rules of the Oregon Department of Administrative Services, procure such product or service, at the price established by the department, from a qualified nonprofit agency for individuals with disabilities, provided the product or service is of the appropriate specifications and is available within the period required by that public agency.
ORS 279.845 (2) requires the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) to establish and publish a Procurement List of products and services produced by qualified non-profit organizations. OAR 125-055-0020 describes the process used by DAS to determine suitability.
DePaul Industries Temporary Staffing Services for Umatilla and Morrow counties.
DePaul Industries has been found suitable for providing Temporary Staffing Services in Umatilla and Morrow counties. Previously DePaul was suitable for providing Temporary Staffing Services to Public Agencies in other counties, including:
Benton, Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Deschutes, Hood River, Lane, Linn, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook, Washington, and Yamhill counties.
Drug Testing Products and Laboratory Services
Catholic Community Services has been found suitable for providing Drug Testing Products and Laboratory Services to Public Agencies in the state of Oregon. Drug Testing Products and Laboratory Services is defined as distribution of the necessary equipment to establish the levels of customer-identified illicit or non-prescription substances in a subject's urine and/or saliva. Instant testing kits contain the necessary material to provide immediate test results. Laboratory services testing kits allow customer personnel to effectively collect a sample and send the sample to the laboratory.
Drug Testing Service.pdf