|Asset movement and storage, asset sales, disaster recovery and BCP, disposal, financial, information security, real estate and space rental or lease and travel arrangements.
Audits, consultation, contract printing, exam certification, facilitation, interpretation, translation, transcription, legal services, alternative dispute resolution, process improvement, IT project and quality management, marketing, temporary staffing, testing and training.
Building maintenance and repair, construction, electrical, facilities, fire and security, HVAC, janitorial services, landscaping, plumbing and signage.
Vehicles, auto-related equipment, fuel, lubricants, fleet rental and lease information, and restaurant equipment.
Dental, environmental, laboratory services and equipment, mailing equipment, medical services and supplies, pharmaceuticals, janitorial supplies, and body armor, ammunition, office supplies and services, task seating, wireless. Also includes food service products such as produce, dry goods, meat, seafood, dairy, bakery and food services.
Administration and management support for the procurement business centers.
Administrative and management support for Procurement Services.
System administration and help desk support for ORPIN, the state's eProcurement system. ORPIN is the primary resource connecting suppliers of goods and services with contracting opportunities posted by Oregon agencies and local government.
Approves agency special requests regarding procurement processes and authorities.
Project management of statewide procurement related initiatives like the Oregon Procurement Manual (OPM) and other Enterprise Leadership Team objectives. Manages the http://procurement.oregon.gov/ website.
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 suppliers as identified on the procurement list.
Research and analysis of government contracting and spending.
Interprets and applies Oregon Public Procurement statutes, rules and policy for state agencies under DAS procurement authority.
Supplier outreach and coordination of the ORCPP program. ORCPP 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.
Training manages certification courses and procurement-related continuing education programs for state agency and local government personnel.