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ORPIN - Contracts Report 

Department of Administrative Services Procurement Services (DASPS) is the central procurement authority for those state agencies that are subject to DAS authority. The office develops, establishes and administers statewide contracts for goods and services on behalf of state government and Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (ORCPP) members. The reports and descriptions listed below reflect the diversity of the environment in state government contracting and procurement.

State law gives many agencies authority to enter into contracts outside the State Procurement Office. Examples include the Oregon Lottery, Oregon Judicial Department, Oregon Department of Transportation, and the Oregon University System.

This report provides information on contracts and amendments to contracts issued from
July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015, for state agencies who are subject to DAS contracting authority. These agencies must report their contracting activity through the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN) system. The contract values reflected in this report are estimates.


ORPIN Contracts Report as of June 30, 2015

Click on the following link to view or download a .csv file of this dataset. 
2015 - ORPIN Contracts Report (.csv)
Note: CSV stands for comma-separated values and may also be referred to as character-separated values. The CSV format is beneficial as it can be read by any spreadsheet program. As it is a plain text file, it can also be read by word processors or simple notepad programs.

Resource: Data Dictionary for Contract Awards Issued


Note: The ORPIN report may not include contract information for the Oregon Judicial Department, Oregon State Lottery, Oregon University System, Oregon State Treasurer, or semi-independent state agencies, boards, and commissions. Some executive branch agencies have independent contracting authority for specific goods and services (e.g., Transportation, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Human Services, Fish and Wildlife, Parks and Recreation, Aviation, Economic and Community Development, Housing, Corrections, Veterans Affairs, Military, Education, and state agencies "specifically authorized" by any law outside the Code to "enter into a contract"). Thus, the ORPIN system may not capture contract information about those activities.

ORPIN - ODOT Contracts:

This ORPIN report provides information on some contracts and amendments issued for ODOT, and contract values reflected in the report are estimates only.

Due to ODOT's independent contracting authority, and associated independent systems for capturing contract information,ORPIN may not reflect data for some of the following types of contracting:

  • Purchases made by Purchase Order (under $75,000)
  • Work Order Contracts issued against price agreements not originally recorded in ORPIN
  • SB 338 Go Oregon! (less than $50,000)
  • Highway Construction Contracting 

Link to: Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN) and Database   There are two levels of access to ORPIN: "Anonymous Browser" and "Subscription". "Anonymous" provides access to summary information while "Subscription" provides the user the ability to view and download detailed contract information for current and expired contracts. (Note: In previous years, ORPIN had a fee for the "Subscription" access. There is no longer a fee for this.)

How to: Look-up contracts in ORPIN without a login
1.      Visit the ORPIN website at http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome.
2.      Click on “Browse” in the menu bar.
3.      Click on “Browse Contracts”.
4.      Enter either a contract number, keyword, or a supplier and hit the Search button.
5.      When the contract results appear, click on the contract number to view the Contract Summary.

For additional questions and information, email the ORPIN Help Desk.
Email Address - ORPIN Help Desk: info.orpin@oregon.gov

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ORPIN - Contracts Report (Data Viewer)

This will open up a new window and redirect you to the data.oregon.gov website, where you will be able to use a wide range of tools to visualize and download data, or create graphs and maps, or filter data, etc.  

 

 Contracts: ORPIN: As of June 30, 2015

 


Data Viewer - Additional Guidelines

For more views of the data, to download the file in various formats, or to print the data, click on MENU in the top right hand corner of the viewer. You may also select "Discuss this Dataset" via the MENU and leave comments about the data.

(Note: See the data.oregon.gov data moderation policy prior to leaving comments.)

         

The data stored on data.oregon.gov is powered by the Socrata platform. You can find additional resources on how to use the platform and tools to socialize data by visiting the Socrata Knowledge Base and Community Forums 

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ODOT - Highway Construction Contracts Report

ODOT - Highway Construction Contract Awards Report as of June 30, 2015

These reports provide information on Highway Construction contracts issued through ODOT-specific contracting authority, from July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015, for the Oregon Department of Transportation. The contract values in this report are amounts awarded to the contractor at the time of bid; they do not reflect final contract price or possible change orders issued after award.

Link to: Information about contracting with ODOT.

To view or download a .csv file of this data, click on the following link.

2015 - ODOT - Highway Construction Contract Awards Report (.csv)

Note: CSV stands for comma-separated values and may also be referred to as character-separated values. The CSV format is beneficial as it can be read by any spreadsheet program. As it is a plain text file, it can also be read by word processors or simple notepad programs.

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ODOT - Highway Construction Contract Awards Report (Data Viewer)For your convenience a Data Viewer has been embedded below. Click on the search icon in the upper left hand corner of the frame to search for specific information contained within the data file. To open the data viewer and access the full capabilities of the data, click on the    icon in the top right hand corner of the frame.

This will open up a new window and redirect you to the data.oregon.gov website, where you will be able to use a wide range of tools to visualize and download data, or create graphs and maps, or filter data, etc.  

 

 Construction: Contracts: ODOT: FY 2015

 


Data Viewer - Additional Guidelines

For more views of the data, to download the file in various formats, or to print the data, click on MENU in the top right hand corner of the viewer. You may also select "Discuss this Dataset" via the MENU and leave comments about the data.

(Note: See the data.oregon.gov data moderation policy prior to leaving comments.)

         

The data stored on data.oregon.gov is powered by the Socrata platform. You can find additional resources on how to use the platform and tools to socialize data by visiting the Socrata Knowledge Base and Community Forums 

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Lottery Commission - Contract Activity

This report contains a list of all contracts and contract amendments executed by Lottery during the period July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. The data was extracted from Lottery’s financial/procurement system, Microsoft Dynamics AX.

Lottery categorizes its procurements as either “Goods”, “Services”, or “Interagency/ Interstate/Intergovernmental”. The dollar values in this report represent the total not-to-exceed amount of the contract and not what was actually paid to the contractor.

Click on the following link to view or download a .csv file of the current dataset.

        2015 - Contracts: Oregon Lottery Commission: Fiscal Year 2015 (.csv) 


Note
: CSV stands for comma-separated values and may also be referred to as character-separated values. The CSV format is beneficial as it can be read by any spreadsheet program. As it is a plain text file, it can also be read by word processors or simple notepad prog
rams.

Data Viewer - Guidelines

Clicking on the link above will open up a new window and redirect you to the data.oregon.gov website. You will be able to use a wide range of tools to visualize and download data, or create graphs and maps, or filter data, etc.

The data stored on data.oregon.gov is powered by the Socrata platform. You can find additional resources on how to use the platform and tools to socialize data by visiting the Socrata Knowledge Base and Community Forums 
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Oregon Judicial Department - Contracts 


This report provides contracting information on contracts and amendments issued from July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015, for the Oregon Judicial Department. The contract values reflected in this report are estimates.  

Click on the following link to view or download a .csv file of the current dataset. 

2015 - Contracts: Oregon Judicial Dept. - Fiscal Year 2015 (.csv) 
Note: CSV stands for comma-separated values and may also be referred to as character-separated values. The CSV format is beneficial as it can be read by any spreadsheet program. As it is a plain text file, it can also be read by word processors or simple notepad programs.
 

Data Viewer - Guidelines

Clicking on the link above will open up a new window and redirect you to the data.oregon.gov website. You will be able to use a wide range of tools to visualize and download data, or create graphs and maps, or filter data, etc. 

The data stored on data.oregon.gov is powered by the Socrata platform. You can find additional resources on how to use the platform and tools to socialize data by visiting the Socrata Knowledge Base and Community Forums 
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Oregon Office of the State Treasurer - Contracts


Click on the following link to view or download a .csv file of the current dataset. 

2015 - Contracts: State Treasurer: Fiscal Year 2015 (.csv)
Note: CSV stands for comma-separated values and may also be referred to as character-separated values. The CSV format is beneficial as it can be read by any spreadsheet program. As it is a plain text file, it can also be read by word processors or simple notepad programs.


Data Viewer - Guidelines

Clicking on the link above will open up a new window and redirect you to the data.oregon.gov website. You will be able to use a wide range of tools to visualize and download data, or create graphs and maps, or filter data, etc. 

The data stored on data.oregon.gov is powered by the Socrata platform. You can find additional resources on how to use the platform and tools to socialize data by visiting the Socrata Knowledge Base and Community Forums 



Expired Contracts Report - ORPIN


The following data is provided as an extract from the Statewide Procurement System (Oregon Procurement Information Network - ORPIN). It is a complete list of contracts that expired on or before June 30, 2015 and represents the full extent of electronic records of expired contracts that are tracked within ORPIN. The contract values reflected in the report are estimates only.

It is a complete list of contracts that expired on or before June 30, 2015 and represents the full extent of electronic records of expired contracts that are tracked within ORPIN. The contract values reflected in the report are estimates only.


Note: A number of contracts may indicate an “Amendment Date” that may exceed the “Expiration Date”.  In these instances, the “Amendment Date” reflects an automated system time/date stamp that the system appended to the contract when the electronic version was accessed or modified, not necessarily when the legal instrument (the contract itself) was modified.

Note: This report may not include contract information for the Oregon Judicial Department, Oregon State Lottery, Oregon University System, Oregon State Treasurer, or semi-independent state agencies, boards, and commissions. Some executive branch agencies have independent contracting authority for specific goods and services (e.g., Transportation, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Human Services, Fish and Wildlife, Parks and Recreation, Aviation, Economic and Community Development, Housing, Corrections, Veterans Affairs, Military, Education, and state agencies "specifically authorized" by any law outside the Code to "enter into a contract"). Thus, the ORPIN system may not capture contract information about those activities.

Click on the following link to view or download a .csv file of this data. 

OPRIN Expired Contracts - Fiscal Year 2015 (.csv)
Note: CSV stands for comma-separated values and may also be referred to as character-separated values. The CSV format is beneficial as it can be read by any spreadsheet program. As it is a plain text file, it can also be read by word processors or simple notepad programs.

Resource: Data Dictionary for Expired Contracts Report

 

Data Viewer - Guidelines

Clicking on the link above will open up a new window and redirect you to the data.oregon.gov website. You will be able to use a wide range of tools to visualize and download data, or create graphs and maps, or filter data, etc. 

The data stored on data.oregon.gov is powered by the Socrata platform. You can find additional resources on how to use the platform and tools to socialize data by visiting the Socrata Knowledge Base and Community Forums  B

Historical Information: Contracts \ Oregon University System (OUS)

*Note: Changes within the Oregon University System (OUS)

In 2014 and 2015 there were many governance changes within higher education, including statutory amendments that no longer require public universities to report through the transparency website. Direct access to contract information from previous years can be found in the Historical Information section below.


Historical Information


The Oregon.gov/transparency site is updated annually. The hyperlinks below provide direct access to information from recent years. Link to: Website History.


Contract Information by Fiscal Year
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For general questions, suggestions, or comments about the Oregon Transparency Website, please e-mail oregon.transparency@oregon.gov, or use our online form.  Back to Top