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We're currently having conversations with the Buy Decision programs to see what we can do to facilitate the process in OregonBuys.
DOJ and OSCIO approvals are not currently in the project scope for OregonBuys. We'll continue to review this to see if it makes sense to include in the future.
The OregonBuys eProcurement solution offers a contract administration module with robust functionality, including digital signatures. However, the contract administration module isn't included in the current project scope. We will consider adding it as a possible future enhancement.
Reverse auction functionality isn't in the project scope. We'll consider adding it as a future enhancement.
Yes, OregonBuys has a column for referencing ORPIN documents numbers on Bid Solicitations and Master Blanket Purchase Order documents (price agreement/contract document).
SPOTS card purchases in Phase II are currently on hold. We'll post updated information here as soon as it is available.
Ask your agency Designated Procurement Officer (DPO) to send an email request to the DAS eProcurement Team. The email must include:
If you receive an error when trying to open the OregonBuys Marketplace, your agency's internet security may be blocking the URL. To resolve, please contact your agency IT department and ask them to whitelist the URL.
Use one of the following options to assist foreign vendors who need to register in OregonBuys:
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