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OregonBuys Newsletter - March 2024

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​Hello OrCPP Members!

In this edition of our newsletter, we wanted to spotlight the Cloud Solutions Portfolio and we have put together a handy list of Statewide Price Agreements available to help you access these quickly.

To directly take you to each Price agreement, please be sure to be logged in to OregonBuys prior to accessing these links:

Cloud Solutions

A&T Systems

Carahsoft

CDW-G

SHI

Smartronix

Strategic Communications

CenturyLink Public Communications, Inc.

 

Spring 2024 Statewide Price Agreement Promotions

The collection of portfolios below offers high quality products at affordable pricing for your spring time needs. Find items like like Parks, Recreation and Playground Equipment; Lawn and Garden; Walk-in Building Supplies and more in these vendor contracts found below.

 

 

Supplier Account Updates Needed!

The State of Oregon would like all OrCPP members to update the Terms and Categories section of your Supplier account. This is urgent! Employees who have been designated as Seller Admins on the Supplier side must log into the Supplier account and manage the Alerts section of the account.

How To Manage the Seller Admin Role:

  1. Once logged into your Supplier account use the person icon at the top right of the screen to change your role from Seller to Seller Admin. 
  2. Once the role is changed you will be taken to the Admin portal within the Supplier account and if there are alerts to be managed they will be listed in red and are clickable. 
  3. There are potentially four alerts that need to be managed. 
    • Required Category - ODOT Small Contracting Program selection required.
    • Required Category - ODOT or Aviation Vendors selection required.
    • NIGP Code is required, please select at least one.
    • Required Category - Terms of Use selection required.
  4. If these alerts are not managed it may prevent employees from being able to access documents such as IGAs and other important notices coming from the State of Oregon. 

Please contact Gracia Federici, Local Government Account Manager for any of the following support needs: 

  • If you are unsure whether or not your agency has a Supplier account 
  • If you are unsure who the Seller Admin is for your Supplier account
  • If you need assistance logging in to the Supplier account 
  • If you would like one-on-one training and assistance

 Other Helpful Links and Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

Need help?

Contact Gracia Federici

at gracia.federici@mdfcommerce.comfor training on how to use the OregonBuys eProcurement system.

 

For all other questions, email info.orcpp@oregon.gov.

The OregonBuys Team

oregonbuys.gov

 

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​Please be advised, NASPO has elected to NOT extend the current Master Agreements for the portfolio covering Snowplow Cutting Edges beyond March 31, 2024. Accordingly, due to the terms of the initial addenda signed in 2014, DAS – PS must follow suit.

 

However, NASPO has confirmed they completed a new solicitation for this portfolio and are currently in the negotiating stage of finalizing future Master Agreements. But do not anticipate completion date(s) before 4th Quarter of 2024.

 

Therefore, DAS – PS advises ALL parties who utilize these Participating Addenda to review any forecasted need and take advantage of the pricing for subject equipment before the end of March.

 

And for the Record, this NASPO update was provided today: March 18, 2024!

 

Supplier                            Current Participating Addendum No.

 

Winter Equipment          PO-10700-00010776

 

Kueper North America   6478

 

Valk Manufacturing        6476

 

Ironhawk Industrial        6474

 

For more information regarding this message, you are welcome to contact me.

 

John Starrs

State Procurement Analyst

971-349-2539

John.Starrs@Das.Oregon.Gov​

 


​Good Day

The Price Agreement with Gallup for 360-Performance Reviews and Employee Engagement has been amended to reflect the following changes:

 

  • The pricing for the Director 360-Performance Reviews, has been adjusted, and is now $3,000/director.
  • The PA now allows for 360-Performance Reviews to be performed for agency management as well.  Please see amendment #1 for the pricing information.

 

Please work with the Gallup Contract Administrator for pricing and services associated with management 360-Performance Reviews. 

 

The Buyer’s Guide for this Price Agreement has also been updated and is attached to this email.  OregonBuys has also been updated to include the new Buyer’s Guide and amendment #1.

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Jennifer Jolley, State Procurement Analyst, at 971-900-7695 or via email jennifer.jolley@das.oreogn.gov.

​New Participating Addendums (PA) have been put in place to replace the PA’s that are expiring. I have attached the new Buyer’s Guide for each one and OregonBuys is up to date as well. If your Agency has existing account numbers with Northern Safety, the new PA will automatically be applied.

 

New PA’s:

 

Hilti: PO-10700-00030352

 

Lawson Products: PO-10700-00029367

 

Northern Safety Company (NSI): PO-10700-00030457

 

**One more PA is being worked on with Snap on. When that one is signed I will send an updated communication .

 

Expiring PA’s:

 

9276 Sid Tools dba MSC- Expires June 30, 2024

 

8305 Northern Safety Company (NSI): Expires March 31, 2024

 

9278 O’Riley’s: June 30, 2024

 

8302 Snap On: June 30, 2024

  

For more information regarding this message, contact Kaliska King, CPPB, OPBC, Procurement Analyst, at 503-+798-1907 or via email Kaliska.king@das.oregon.gov

The State of Oregon currently administers a participating addendum/price agreement for office furniture with Haworth, Inc. (PO-10700-00013608).

 

Haworth is bringing an interactive trade show, where they’ve brought together industry leaders to discuss offering under Oregon’s participating addenda and an opportunity to earn accreditation for select CEU topics while you explore the event.

 

This is your opportunity to meet Haworth’s team of experts, network with fellow agencies and explore options for office furniture with a focus towards ergonomics and new ways of working.

 

Please see the attached flyer for additional information.  If you are interested in attending, please RSVP Taylor Patterson at peoplespace:  tpatterson@peoplespace.com.  We hope to see you there.

 

For questions regarding this message, please contact the undersigned.

​Keri A. Ashford

State Procurement Analyst, Commodities Business Center

Phone:  971 349-2399

Email:  Keri.a.ashford@das.oregon.gov

Data Classification Level 2 – Limited

Dear Procurementarians,

 

Surplus Property has had a unique set of challenges lately, one of which has been to get quality surplus property from the federal government. After a couple of rough starts while they implement new inventory programs, things are starting to loosen up as far as the availability of property. Remember that time when someone implemented a new computer program that you had to learn, and everything went great? Yeah, I don’t either. And they implemented TWO at the same time. But things are getting better all the time, so I thought I would write and fill you in on a couple of things going on at Surplus Property, and highlight a few things we’ve been getting in.

 

Storage Services

I’m not sure if you know this or not, but Surplus Property has storage services available. Because we live in a big warehouse. With lots and lots of square footage. Even vertical square footage. Your palletized items would live in a climate-controlled, well-lit and dry warehouse. If you find yourself in need of some extra storage space, let us be your solution. We currently provide storage services for several state agencies, so feel free to let us know if you’re interested.

Click here to see what the rates are for storage services.


 Screening Property

Simply put, screening property is looking for items to bring to the warehouse in Salem. There are many factors that determine this, and some of it is highly speculative. But what if you were able to shop for yourself? We do have several Donee agencies that do just that because they know best what they’re looking for. We give you the power to go into PPMS (Personal Property Management System) and look for items being made available from the federal government. We give you “look only” credentials, and if you see something you want, you let us know and we request it for you. Then you arrange the shipping or go pick it up in person (which in Surplusian is known as a “Direct”), and you save a lot of money for your agency/organization.

 

You must be an eligible Donee agency through the Surplus Property program to receive sign-on credentials for PPMS. If you’re interested, contact Mr. Don Tesdal in our office don.tesdal@das.oregon.gov, and he can get you set up. Legitimate online shopping while at work? Heck yeah!

   

Listserv’s

Let’s talk Listserv’s! When I send out messages over listserv’s, I have two that belong to Surplus, and through the kindness of fellow state agencies, they send my messages out on their listserv’s. One listserv in particular is called “Donee_Email_List”, and is one of Surplus’ lists. This list consists of all the Surplus Property Donee’s email addresses that are in our database “Reuse”. From time to time, I will go to that listserv, delete every email from the list, download all the emails in Reuse, and paste them into the listserv to get a fresh updated list of emails. I know, “why are you telling me this?” Well, if you have requested to be removed from this particular listserv in the past, I can certainly unsubscribe you, but you might start getting emails again. If you do, kindly request to be unsubscribed from the listserv. I say kindly because it’s nice to be important, but it’s important to be nice. That, and I have your email address.

   

Donee’s

So, you may have seen this word and asked yourself “What the heck is a Donee?” Well, if you are signed up with the Surplus Property program, you are a Donee. When we receive Federal Donation property and make it available, and you acquire said property, it still belongs to the federal government until the compliance period has lapsed. So, the federal government is the Donor, and you are the Donee. But if it’s donated, why does it cost? Because we have expenses like shipping, warehousing and administrative costs tied up in the property we transfer (notice I said “transfer”, and not “sell”. The same reason you pay a “Service Charge” for property, and not a “Price”). So, in Surplusian language the world over, you are officially referred to as “Donee’s” (and NOT donkey’s. Stupid Google).

  

Okay, now that we’re done with that, let’s take a look at some items that have washed up on the shores of Surplus lately. If you want more information on any of the items listed below, the photo of each item is a link to our database Reuse. There you can see photo’s, quantities, all that fun stuff.

  

Heat Guns
Right, these are not hair dryers. These are Master Appliance Corp. electric heat gun, model HG-201A. 120V, 600W, 5A, 60Hz, 200/300 deg. F, 23 CFM airflow, high speed motor, sturdy die cast housing, adjustable non-slip stand and 6' cord. Comes with instruction manual. These are unused in box and retail for $215.00 on Amazon. Oregon number 24-069-01, service charge $75.00 ea.

  

Extension Cords

We have two flavors of these: Fellowes 15' heavy duty extension cord, grounded, single outlet, -OR- Ativa 25' right angle extension cord, grounded, 3 prong (there are 18 of these in location BIN22C). These are all grey in color and are unused. Oregon number 22-257-01, service charge $5.00 ea.

 

Big Honkin’ Generator

Big honkin’ 175KW Kohler Generator with Detroit diesel engine, model 200R0ZD. This is 208V/3 phase, and the engine is rated at 330 HP @ 1800 RPM. Turn in agency was the FAA and they state runtime hours of 504 and is in usable condition. This unit comes with diesel tank, Avtron resistive load bank and exhaust stack. Please see pics for the numerous data plates on engine and generator for more information. Oregon number 24-008-01, service charge $10,000.00.

 

Little Honkin’ Generator

Generac Generator model GP17500E. This has 232.4 hours on the hour meter, is rated at 17,500 watts and 120/240V. No battery or fluids and one tire is flat. Turn in agency states to repair would be $2112.25. Unknown if this is accurate. But as always, you have 30 days to return for a full refund (minus parts and labor) if it doesn’t work out for you. Oregon number 24-072-01, and the service charge is $350.00.

  

Pressure Washer (?)

Goodway Big Shot Surface Condenser Tube Cleaning System. Huh. And here I thought it was just a pressure washer, but apparently it’s more than that. This is model BFP-3510-230-R1, and if you want to know more, here is a link to the product website https://www.goodway.com/products/tube-cleaning/surface-condenser-tube-cleaning-system. Oh! I watched the video online…..cool machine! It’s a machine for cleaning out condenser tubes. Duh! Just like the name says. Oregon number is 23-063-05, and the service charge is $350.00.

  

HAZMAT Suits

Kappler Hazmat Chemical Protective Suits model #Z3H426. Size small/medium, made of Zytron, CE Type 3. Oregon number 24-046-01 and 24-046-02 (they are all the same), and the service charge is $15.00 ea.

 

 Frigidaire Clothes Washing Machine

Frigidaire clothes washers, front load model WM3470HWA. These have bottom storage drawers and are used but in good condition. They power up and drums spin. Oregon number 24-083-01, service charge is $250.00 ea.

  

Powerex Air Compressor

Powerex Air Compressor model DW14. This is 60 gallon, 5 HP, 208-230 V, 1 PH, oilless scroll compressor. This unit appears to be in good condition with no noticeable missing parts and comes mounted to a platform with a roof (a ROOF! No extra charge!). Unable to test as it must be hardwired. Unknown working condition. Oregon number 24-057-01, service charge $2,500.00.

 

ANOTHER Kind Of Air Compressor

Gentilin Continuous Quiet Air Compressor, model CSK240. These have a 20-gallon tank, 110V, 60HZ, 22A, 1700 RPM. These compressors work when plugged in. Filled both tanks and can detect no leaks. Oregon number 24-027-01, and the service charge on these is $500.00 ea.

  

Portable Earth Augers

Ground Hog Portable Earth Auger, model C-71-5. These use a 206cc Briggs & Stratton engine, have 8.75 ft-lbs. gross torque, and comes with 3 augers: 6", 9", and 12". Also comes with box of spare cutting tips and operating manuals. These are unused in crates!

Also available are two smaller Earthquake 9800B augers with smaller 190cc Briggs & Stratton engines. This also come with 3 augers and manuals, but no spare tips. The Oregon number is 23-266-01, and the service charge is $500.00 ea.

 

Antifreeze Recyclers

KFM Coolant Purification System, model D-03. These antifreeze recyclers are 120V, 60Hz, 10A, and have a 1/3HP Dayton industrial motor. Comes with 2 Anion and 2 Cation cylinders. These are unused in box, and for more information, check out their website https://kfmllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/INTRODUCTION-TO-DEIONIZATION-603.pdf. The Oregon number on these is 24-025-01A through 01E, and the service charge is $4000.00 ea. 

  

Digital Infrared Thermometers

Body Digital Infrared Thermometers, model ZDR100. No contact, tri-color indicator light. Takes 2 AAA batteries-not included. Oregon number 23-322-05, and the service charge is $25.00. Oh, and they are unused/new in box.

 

 

That’s about all I have for now. If you have questions, check out the “Fine Print” below. If you still have questions, send me an email at darren.kennedy@das.oregon.gov and we’ll get you fixed up. OH! Speaking of questions, the one I always get is “Can I come and buy this for my own use?” The answer is no, it is only available to eligible Donee agency/organizations of the program. Don’t know if your eligibility has lapsed? Check out the Fine Print below. Have a question about an item? Fine Print…..

 

Thanks, and have a great day everybody!

 

The Fine Print

​The items contained in this message are available to current eligible Donee’s with the StateofOregonDepartmentofAdministrativeServicesEnterpriseAssetManagementStateandFederalSurplusPropertyProgram, and must be an authorized signer on your account to remove items from the warehouse (or have written permission from an authorized signer). To inquire about items advertised here (or any other items for that matter) contact our Agency Liaison Tim Dunayevich 971-301-0193, or tim.dunayevich@das.oregon.gov​, or the Federal Property Specialist Jennifer Beyer 503-378-6046 jennifer.beyer@das.oregon.gov. If you have questions regarding your eligibility, contact Carla Jeannette 503-378-2753 carla.jeannette@das.oregon.gov. All items mentioned in this advertisement are on a first come/first serve basis, with no “Holds” allowed. If you need to contact someone in particular at Surplus Property, or you have general questions regarding the program, please contact Darren Kennedy 503-378-6022 darren.kennedy@das.oregon.gov; please don’t try to reply to this listserv, as it doesn’t accept incoming messages.

 

Agencies shall pick up invoiced State Property within 14 days of date of invoicing. If not picked up within that timeframe the property and any monies paid will be forfeited.​

 

Agencies shall pick up invoiced Federal Property within 30 days of date of invoicing. If not picked up within that timeframe invoice will be reversed and property returned to stock and resold.

 

Property Return Policy: 0-30 days – Full refund,  30-60 days – 50% refund,   60+ days – No refunds

​The State of Oregon currently administers a participating addendum/price agreement for office furniture with Haworth, Inc. (PO-10700-00013608).

 

Haworth is bringing an interactive trade show, where they’ve brought together industry leaders to discuss offering under Oregon’s participating addenda and an opportunity to earn accreditation for select CEU topics while you explore the event.

 

This is your opportunity to meet Haworth’s team of experts, network with fellow agencies and explore options for office furniture with a focus towards ergonomics and new ways of working.

 

Please see the attached flyer for additional information.  If you are interested in attending, please RSVP Taylor Patterson at PeopleSpace: tpatterson@peoplespace.com.  We hope to see you there.

 

For questions regarding this message, please contact the undersigned.

  

       Keri A. Ashford

          State Procurement Analyst, Commodities Business Center

          Phone:  971 349-2399

          Email:  Keri.a.ashford@das.oregon.gov

          http://procurement.oregon.gov

          Data Classification Level 2 – Limited

​The State of Oregon currently administers a participating addendum/price agreement for office furniture with Haworth, Inc. (PO-10700-00013608).

 

Haworth is bringing an interactive trade show, where they’ve brought together industry leaders to discuss offering under Oregon’s participating addenda and an opportunity to earn accreditation for select CEU topics while you explore the event.

 

This is your opportunity to meet Haworth’s team of experts, network with fellow agencies and explore options for office furniture with a focus towards ergonomics and new ways of working.

 

Please see the attached flyer for additional information.  If you are interested in attending, please RSVP Taylor Patterson at peoplespace:  tpatterson@peoplespace.com.  We hope to see you there.

 

For questions regarding this message, please contact the undersigned.

 

Keri A. Ashford

State Procurement Analyst, Commodities Business Center

Phone:  971 349-2399

Email:  Keri.a.ashford@das.oregon.gov

​Did bad weather keep you at home and away from important historical documents at the office? If they had been digital, could you have kept your projects moving forward?

Discover how CCF's innovative scanning program is rewriting the narrative for women and correctional facilities, blending technology with new beginnings.

OCE Programs

Coffee Creek Correctional Facility

Office: 503.428.5500; 800-776-7712

www.oce.oregon.gov

​The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS ) and OF (Oregon Forward) Program is sending this notification as a courtesy to all Authorized Purchasers of Price Agreement 8350 IT Support Services.

 

Price Agreement 8350 has been amended to reflect changes to the Work Order Contract template(s) (Attachment D-1 – WOC State Agencies and Attachment D-2 – WOC Public Body)and update of Attachment F Contact Information for the Parties. The Work Order Contract templates take effect as of 1/23/2024.

 

All active Work Order Contracts (WOC’S) will need to be amended to reflect the new pricing.

 

This Price Agreement is now available on the OregonBuys for full details: https://oregonbuys.gov/bso/

 

In OregonBuys refer to “Attachments” tab for the current Attachments.

  

For more information regarding this message, contact Rena Montes, Oregon Forward Program Contract and Price Agreement Administrator , at (503) 507-1246 or via email rena.montes@das.oregon.gov or Darvin Pierce, (971) 718-6212 or via email darvin.pierce@das.oregon.gov

DAS-PS has executed Statewide Master Services Agreement PO-10700-00028660 for Hazardous Waste Management Services.

  

For more information regarding this message, contact Stephanie Austermann, State Procurement Analyst, at 971-375-5558 or via email stephanie.austermann@das.oregon.gov.


​Hello and Happy New Year!

 

DAS PS has executed new price agreements for facilitation services.  Specifically for the following:

 

Public Policy Facilitator/Mediator: Expert at helping governmental entities and diverse groups reach agreement on highly complex, controversial public policies or the implementation of public projects, often within a complex legal, political, or regulatory context.  These providers are experts at assessing, designing, convening and facilitating collaborative processes.

 

General Facilitator: Experienced at helping groups work effectively to achieve a desired objective.  These providers have broad experience and skills to design and facilitate group processes to achieve a variety of goals.

 

The following price agreements have been executed and are ready for use by state agencies as well as ORCPP members:

Contractor

Contract #

Public Policy Facilitator/Mediator

General Facilitator

Common Ground Mediation Services, LLC, dba ADR Group NW

PO-10700-00021564

 

X

Diana M. Bianco, dba Artemis Consulting

PO-10700-00021586

X

X

Donna Silverberg, dba DS Consulting

PO-10700-00021575

X

X

Jensen Strategies LLC

PO-10700-00021600

X

X

J-U-B Engineers, Inc.

PO-10700-00021589

X

X

Kearns & West

PO-10700-00021580

X

X

Willamette Partnership

PO-10700-00021605

X

X

 

Please see the attached buyer’s guide and Facilitator Selection form for the Best Value Analysis (“BVA”) process.  Contact information for each Price Agreement is listed in the Buyer’s Guide.

 

There are potentially additional contracts that may be executed. If additional contract are executed, the Buyer’s Guide will be updated and another Buyer Link will be sent out.  

  

For more information regarding this message, contact Jennifer Jolley, State Procurement Analyst, at 971.900.7695 or via email jennifer.jolley@das.oregon.gov.

OCE offers workforce and development training in a variety of programs that provide foundational knowledge in multiple industries with transferable skills. 

  

We need more partners to match with these highly-skilled individuals. Do you want to play an integral role in increasing the collective well-being of your communities and Oregon as a whole, while increasing public safety and decreasing recidivism rates? Hiring an individual transitioning out of incarceration, helps to transform not only their life, but also the lives of their families, while directly meeting the needs of your organization.

 

Additional benefits of hiring not only include bringing on well-trained staff who are highly motivated to work, but also Workforce Opportunity Tax Credits and Federal Bonding opportunities. For more information visit our Reentry page Reentry | Oregon Correction Enterprises.

 

 Make a difference today that will send waves across our communities. Register your company today and we’ll do the work to match you with trained workers. Visit our Reentry page to register, or contact our Reentry Manager for more information! reentry@oce.oregon.gov.

​Morgen Jaco

OCE Reentry Manager

503-871-1497

​Good morning,

 

Did you know the Commission for the Blind has a program designed to help Oregonians who are legally blind start food concession businesses? It’s called the Business Enterprise Program (BEP) and their mission is to provide food service and vending opportunities in government buildings across the State to Oregonians who are blind.

 

Have you or your coworkers been asking for vending machines, a coffee cart, or some other type of food concession in your workplace? If the answer is ‘yes’, please complete the 2023 survey (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3QHS5PY) and reach out to the BEP Business Development Specialist Teresa Field at teresa.field@ocb.oregon.gov to start the conversation.

 

WHY DO I NEED TO COMPLETE A SURVEY?

 

You’ll not only help us establish more business opportunities for Oregonians who are blind, but the survey provides you with an easy mechanism to fulfill legislatively required annual reporting:

ORS 346.530 now requires that agencies and political subdivisions “annually notify the Commission for the Blind in writing of any and all existing locations where vending facilities are in operation or where vending facilities might properly and satisfactorily be operated”. 

 

Thank you for helping create business opportunities for Oregonians who are blind. If you have any questions regarding the survey, please reach out to me.

 

Michael Wolff, Business Enterprise Program Interim Director

Oregon Commission for the Blind

Michael.Wolff@ocb.oregon.gov

971-673-1596

​The following price agreements for Carpet, Tile, & Roll Goods and Services are set to expire on December 31, 2023. These price agreements will be extended through June 30, 2024, to allow time to perform new solicitations that will include Statewide Sustainability efforts.

 

Price Agreement: PO- 10700-00002870 – Tarkett USA, Inc. (formerly Tandus Flooring, US, LLC #2582)

Price Agreement: PO- 10700-00002876 – Interface Americas, Inc. (formerly #2583)

Price Agreement: PO- 10700-00021003 – Shaw Industries, Inc. (formerly #2581)

 

DAS PS is in the process of drafting these amendments. A formal notice will post upon execution of the documents.

 

If you have any questions, or need further information, please reach out.

Have a wonderful Holiday,

Stacy Jo Lenroot

 

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Stacy Jo Lenroot, Procurement Analyst, at 971.283.5234 or via email Stacy.J.Lenroot@DAS.Oregon.gov

 

Stacy Jo Lenroot

State Procurement Analyst

Construction & Commodities

State of Oregon, DAS-Procurement Services

(P) (971) 283-5234

http://procurement.oregon.gov

Data Classification Level 2 – Limited

​The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS) is conducting a Statewide Price Agreement (PA) determination to evaluate the feasibility of developing a formal solicitation which will result in multiple PA’s for electrical services.

 

DAS PS is issuing this OrCPPLink in order to obtain spend information related to the services, and to seek sourcing team members to participate with the drafting of the solicitation and evaluation/negotiation process.

 

If your agency currently purchases, and/or is planning on future purchases of these services, please submit the following information to yulia.niece@das.oregon.gov

 

1. Agency name and your name;

2. Spend data (12/1/2022 – 12/1/2023);

3. Estimated future spend data (12/2023 - 12/2024);

4. Estimated future spend data (12/2024 – 12 – 2025);

5. What is the primary source of funds for the purchase of these services? Are any federal funds used, and if so, what percentage?

6. Would someone from your agency be available to participate in the sourcing and/or evaluation team? If so, please provide the contact information.

7. Are there any other services you think should be included in the resulting PA?

8. Is there any additional information you can provide to assist in this process?

 

Please respond to me by December 21, 2023. Greatly appreciate your time and participation.

 

For more information regarding this message, contact:

 

Yulia Niece, OPBC, CPPB, OPMA

State Procurement Analyst

Construction and Facilities Sourcing Team

(P) 971-719-3087, yulia.niece@das.oregon.gov

​Laser engraving available to you.

 

Most people know that Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) manufactures and sells furniture. Many people even know OCE builds and installs various types of transportation equipment. But did you know we also manufacture signage?

       

Our OCE Sign Shop manufactures road signs, indoor signs, accessibility signs, signs with braille, plaques, and even service awards! If you need something on a sign, we can likely make it for you.

 

One of our favorite types of signage to make involves laser engraving.

 

We can make intricate designs on many types of items from cups and coasters to wood, metal, and more.

 

We wanted to let you know and tell you currently at the Sign Shop we have available blue and black 32oz Insulated Hydro flask water bottles that can be laser engraved with any lettering or images you would like.

 

We also have 16 oz insulated mugs in black or white that can be laser engraved. What a great holiday gift for your staff!

To find out more about water bottles, or to inquire about any kind of signage,

please contact Joel Clucas, OCE Sign Shop today!

 

Joel Clucas

OCE Sign Shop

Office: 541.881.4556

jclucas@oce.oregon.gov

​DAS-PS has executed Master IGA PO-10700-00025740 for Professional Consulting and Research Services through Portland State University Center for Public Service.

 

See attached Buyers Guide for ordering contacts and instructions.

 

For more information regarding this message, contact

 

 

Stephanie Austermann, OPBC

State Procurement Analyst, Business Services

971-375-5558

Department of Administrative Services  

Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

Lincoln City School District Sale:


​Cat5e and Cat6e

Lincoln County School District has a surplus of Genesis 50781106 Cat5e wire and a couple of boxes of the Superior Cat6 wire.

Lincoln County School District's Tech Department does not want us to use this wire. They have a different Cat6 wire for us to use.

 

We are giving your school districts the first opportunity to purchase these boxes. $75.00 per box

36 boxes (1pallet) Genesis 50781106 Cat5e (36,000 ft)

2 boxes Superior Essex 77-240-2A (1700 ft)

 

Please see attached pictures

 

If interested, please email annette.brooks-Flatt@lincoln.k12.or.us

​It has come to my attention that SHI is adding additional terms to their quotes (see below).  These terms are not approved by DAS PS or DOJ.  DAS PS is currently having conversations with SHI about these added terms.  Until this issue is resolved, for Agencies under DAS authority, do not attach or reference the SHI quote to any document, including Purchase Orders, that contains this language.  All other entities can choose to agree to these terms at their own risk.

 

Language populated on quotes:

By accepting, using, or deploying the software, hardware or third party services resold under this ordering document (each, a “Product”), as well as any related maintenance or support services, Customer will be bound by any OEM terms and conditions applicable to such Product, including any current agreements between Customer and OEM, should they exist (the “OEM Terms”). If, in order to procure such Product for or resell such Product to Customer, SHI is required by the OEM to agree to or otherwise purports to accept any terms or conditions (the “Procured Terms”) and be bound thereby, SHI shall do so on behalf of Customer, Customer shall be bound by such Procured Terms, and Customer shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless SHI from and against any claims, actions, liabilities, losses and damages that SHI suffers under such Procured Terms that arise out of or in connection with Customer’s use or deployment of such Product, including any costs associated with periodic payments for, or the autorenewal of, a license to or subscription for such Product. For the avoidance of doubt, Customer is solely responsible for compliance with any autorenewal provisions contained in the OEM Terms or the Procured Terms, including providing timely notice to the OEM of Customer’s intent not to renew a license to or subscription for a Product.

 

Please share this message with anyone who issues POs and contracts.

 

If you have any questions, please reach out.  Thank you.

 

Sara K. Stone, CPPB, OPMA

SAIR-ruh STOAN, Pronouns: she/her/hers

IT Procurement Strategist, IT Procurement

Mobile: (971) 707-1658

http://procurement.oregon.gov

Data Classification Level 1 – Public

​Position

Purchasing and Contract Supervisor

 

Location

David Douglas School District Office

 

Date posted

November 16, 2023

 

Date closes

Internal Candidates: November 23, 2023

 - 4:00pm

External Candidates: Open until filled

 

Position start date

December 1, 2023

 

(Exempt / 12 months per year / About 260 days per year, Range E starting at $80,444 - includes TSA)

 

The David Douglas School District welcomes applications from candidates that expand the 

District's diversity.

 

Multi-Cultural preferred. Bi-Lingual candidate preferred.

 

David Douglas School District supports the Grow Your Own program, which allows classified employees to become licensed educators. Interested in becoming a part of our GYO program? Apply today.

 

The complete Job Description can be found and reviewed HERE.

 

Classified Instructions:

If you are a Classified employee you will click on the word “Internal”, which is located on the top right of the screen. You will be taken to a section where you will fill out minimal basic personal information. The minimal basic personal section is a one-time only registration. You will then be taken to the Classified Transfer Request Form. In the future, if your personal information (name, address, phone number, or location) changes, it is your responsibility to update those changes in the system.

Apply at: https://daviddouglas.tedk12.com//hire/index.aspx

External Applicant Instructions:

If you are an External Applicant applying for a position, you will complete the external TalentEd application.  Please see link above.

David Douglas School District Drug Testing and Criminal Background check

Per district policy all offers of employment shall be contingent upon the successful passing of a district required drug test and criminal background check. David Douglas School District’s Human Resources will designate where and when the testing will be conducted.  The offer of employment will be withdrawn from candidates who test positive for drugs.

 

Patt Komar

David Douglas School District

Director of Administrative Services

503-261-8211

​Hello OrCCP Members!

 

It's that time of year again where we need to ramp up on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Vaccines and Medical Services and we have put together a handy list of Statewide Price Agreements available to help you access these quickly.

 

The collection of portfolios below offers high quality products at affordable pricing. Find items like vaccines, medical services, face coverings, masks, shields and other related PPE products in these vendor contracts.

 

Please be sure to be logged in to OregonBuys prior to accessing these links:

 

PPE

US HEALTH EXPRESS CORP

Excel Supply Company

Readymax, Inc.

308 Systems Inc.

Medline Industries Inc.

 

Distribution of Vaccines including Influenza Vaccine:

FFF Enterprises

McKesson Medical Surgical Government Solutions, LLC.

 

Medical Staffing Services

Aya Healthcare Inc.

Shan Group

SLS HealthCare

Maxim Health care staffing

AMN Healthcare

 

Additionally, DAS Procurement Services has put together this list of Price Agreements that are specific to the fall time of year including Statewide Price Agreements for Education/Back to School, Flu and Cold Season, Winter Preparation and Police Departments. Click on the button below.

 

Please note that this is just a sampling, but if you do not see a category that you need, please Let us know! 

Good afternoon

Price Agreement #PO-10700-00018392 has been amended to update the contractor’s contact person and their contact information only.  No other changes were made to the price agreement.  Attached is the updated buyer’s guide with the new contact information.  The buyer’s guide and the amendment are both in OregonBuys. 

Thank you!

​For more information regarding this message, contact Jennifer Jolley, State Procurement Analyst, at 971-900-7695 or via email jennifer.jolley@das.oregon.gov.

DAS PS, as the result of a solicitation issued by the State of Utah, on behalf of NASPO ValuePoint and participating states, awarded 5 participating addenda (PO-10700-00013607 with Allsteel, LLC; PO-10700-00013608 with Haworth, Inc.; PO-10700-00013609 with MillerKnoll, Inc.; PO-10700-00013611 with Steelcase, Inc.,and PO-10700-00013612 with the HON Company).

Through a previous solicitation, DAS PS established price agreements for Office Seating only, which are still in effect.  (PA 8309 with Office Master, Inc.; PA 8311 with Global Industries, Inc.; PA 8312 with ergoCentric; and PA 8313 with RFM Preferred Seating).

Attached is information related to Steelcase Inc.’s participating addendum (PO-10700-00013611), including Steelecase’s local representative and its offerings under Oregon’s participating addendum.

For questions regarding this message, please contact the undersigned.

 Keri A. Ashford

State Procurement Analyst, Commodities Business Center

Phone:  971 349-2399

Email:  Keri.a.ashford@das.oregon.gov

http://procurement.oregon.gov

Data Classification Level 2 – Limited

Office Hours:  Monday thru Thursday, 7:00-4:30

​The following sessions from the 2023 OPPA Fall Conference & Vendor Tradeshow have been approved by DAS Procurement Services for contact hours good towards certification/re-certification:

 

  • NIGP Competency Module:  Internal Customers:  Advice and Expertise – 7 .5 Other contact hours
  • Contract Administration – 1 Other contact hour
  • Specification Development – 1 Other contact hour
  • Procurement Equity and the DAS Disparity Study – 1 Other contact hour
  • Oregon Buys Update – 1 Other contact hour
  • Construction Delivery Methods Introduction – 1.5 Other contact hours
  • Evaluating Contract Risk – 1 Other contact hour

 

If you have any questions, please contact the DAS Procurement Services Training Team at egsps.training@das.oregon.gov.

We have decommissioned a high school in our district and would like to offer the surplus furniture and various equipment to other districts.  The school has roughly 45 classrooms containing student/teacher desks and several auxiliary spaces that contain miscellaneous equipment.   Here is our timeline we would like to invite other school to come take a look and take what they want;

 

      Open house - 4J Charters and other public school districts

2 days

Tue 11/28/23

Wed 11/29/23

      Open house - Private Schools

2 days

Thu 11/30/23

Fri 12/1/23

      Open house - Non Profit Organizations

4 days

Mon 12/11/23

Thu 12/14/23

 ​

School Info;

North Eugene High School

200 Silver Lane

Eugene OR 9704

 

For questions, please contact:

 

Steve Roberts

roberts_st@4j.lane.edu

Warehouse Supervisor

Eugene School District 4J

200 North Monroe St

Eugene, OR  97402

541-790-7646

Cell 541-543-9878


Hello OrCPP Members,

 

Did you know the Commission for the Blind has a program designed to help Oregonians who are legally blind start food concession businesses? It’s called the Business Enterprise Program (BEP) and their mission is to provide food service and vending opportunities in government buildings across the State to Oregonians who are blind.

 

That's awesome! How can I help?

 

Have you or your coworkers been asking for vending machines, a coffee cart, or some other type of food concession in your workplace? If the answer is ‘yes’, please complete the survey below.

​ 

The 2023 survey link is:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3QHS5PY

​DAS PS / Oregon Forward Program is sending this notification as a courtesy to all Authorized Purchasers of Price Agreement 8349 Security Services.

 

Price Agreement 8349 has been amended to reflect changes to Attachments D-1 State Agencies WOC, D-2 Public Body WOC, and Attachment F Contacts for the Parties. These changes will take effect as of 11/1/2023.

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Rena Montes, Oregon Forward Price Agreement and Contract Administrator, at 503-507-1246 or via email rena.montes@das.oregon.gov. In addition, you may also contact, Darvin Pierce, Oregon Forward Program Coordinator, at 971-718-6212 or via email darvin.pierce@das.oregon.gov

​DAS-PS conducted solicitation RFP DAS-S-10700-00005076 for Removal and Disposition of Abandoned/Derelict Vessels and Structures that resulted in 5 new master services agreements as follows:

 

PO-10700-00026209 Ballard Marine Construction, LLC.

PO-10700-00025638 Diversified Marine Inc.

PO-10700-00026407 JT Marine Inc.

PO-10700-00025641 NRC Environmental Services  

PO-10700-00025880 Resolve Marine PNW, LLC.

 

See attached Buyers Guide for ordering contacts and instructions.

 

 For more information regarding this message, contact:

 

Stephanie Austermann, OPBC

State Procurement Analyst, Business Services

971-375-5558

Department of Administrative Services  

Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

​Dear Procurementarians,

 

Happy Autumn! We here at Surplus have survived another busy summer season, and now we’re settling into fall. This seemed like a good time to update folks on what’s been going on lately, as well as a couple housekeeping chores to keep everybody up to date. Well, and to advertise a few things too…..nobody gets off that easy!

  

Eligibility

 

It has recently come to my attention that a lot of otherwise qualified agencies and nonprofit organizations have let their eligibility status lapse. As you may or may not know, the eligibility status for qualified Donee’s is three years, at which time we send out reminders in advance to renew for another three-year stint. Now we know that folks that are the administrators on accounts retire, head for greener pastures, etc. Many times, these reminders are going to someone that is long gone, and in the meantime, the eligibility clock is ticking down and eventually expires without so much as a whimper. Then, someone comes in to shop all the amazing deals at Surplus, fills a shopping cart full of items, only to find out that they are no longer eligible because their account has expired. How embarrassing! But who knew? The keeper of that knowledge retired two years ago!

 

We know you have bigger fish to fry than to stay on top of your eligibility status through Surplus. While we try to head people off at the pass as they come in the front door, we can’t catch them all. What you may want to do is check with us before you come, to ensure your account is in good standing. Better yet, you can check with us now to see what your account status is, that way you can mark your calendars appropriately. Any one of us here at Surplus can check your current status for you, but a good place to start would be with our Eligibility Specialist Carla Jeannette at carla.jeannette@das.oregon.gov, or you can even check with me at darren.kennedy@das.oregon.gov (just don’t “Reply” to this message, I’ll never get it), and visit the Eligibility page of our website www.oregonsurplus.com for the application and required documentation. Or, if you’ve never signed up with us……why not??

 

I’d just hate to see you miss out on a golden opportunity to procure items for your agency, just because your eligibility has expired, or you’ve never been signed up with us. But it happens all the time, so don’t let it happen to you!

 

 Associate Membership

 

The State Surplus Property program (us) belong to a national association called NASASP, or National Association of State Agencies for Surplus Property. The association is funded through dues paid by participating states, as well as associate memberships which typically consists of Donee agencies (those that receive and benefit from the Federal Donation Program). The national association serves several different functions, one of which is to lobby the federal government to provide consistent quality surplus property globally. For an annual membership of just $39.00, your agency/organization can aid in those efforts, and will help to make quality affordable property available to aid in your mission. But don’t misunderstand, whether you choose to participate as an associate member or not,  This is strictly a voluntary membership that does not preclude you from being an eligible Donee in the program. However, if you do decide to become an associate member, there are certain “perks” that come with being a member. All of the information, including a link to make your membership payment, are located by clicking on the NASASP seal below, or if you have any questions, you can reach out to either NASASP via their website, or you can drop me a line at darren.kennedy@das.oregon.gov (don’t reply to this listserv, I’ll never get it), and I can help you out as well. Sorry, Surplus is fresh out of puppies at this time.

 

VOSB’s

Okay, so what is a VOSB? This stands for Veteran Owned Small Business. Recently, the federal GSA has made it so that VOSB’s can get federal property for their businesses. The qualifications are A) you’re a veteran, and B) you own a small business. Okay, there’s a little more to it than that, but in a nutshell, one would apply through the Small Business Administration (or SBA to you and me), and if they qualify, SBA would contact us and give the green light. Then they would complete the eligibility process just like any other agency. They would assign authorized signers to their account, and their eligibility would be good for three years, just like any other Donee.

If you know of any VOSB’s that might be interested in participating in the Surplus Property program, they can contact our Eligibility Specialist Carla Jeannette carla.jeannette@das.oregon.gov, and she can tell you where to go. I mean, she can put you in contact with SBA to get the ball rolling.

  

Food and Stuff

We have received an allocation of a variety of food items. Some of it is in mix form (like soups), some are drinkables (real word), some are seasonings. All in all though, it’s too numerous to list here, so what I will ask you to do is go to our database REUSE. Here you can perouse all the different things we have, their prices, quantities, photos, everything. Bon Appetit!

 

Stanley Vidmar cabinets

A Vidmar is a brand name for a large heavy-duty storage cabinet that is designed for storing things like parts, supplies, weapons, etc. We have a special allocation of new Vidmar Overhead Cabinets that measure 30" W x 27 3/4" D x 31" H. Click on the image below to see more in Reuse.

 

 

These are Model 227, and are used for high integrity, sanitary welds in the food, dairy and beverage industries. We have three of these available, so click on the image of the welder below to view them in Reuse.

 

Nitrile Cut Resistant Gloves

Manufactured by Kimberly-Clark, Dual grip, purple fingertips. Large and Extra-Large sizes available, 12 pair per box, unused. Okay, so I just copy/pasted that out of Reuse, but click on the gloves below to see more information in Reuse.

 

Food Transport Containers

These containers come all folded up and ready to use. All you do is open one up, put a plastic liner in, and start stuffing it full of chow. It is said that “Origami knowledge is a bonus” and come 20 containers to a box. There is no actual size stated (like how much they hold), but it is estimated to be 3-4 gallons. Click on the picture below to open to more information in Reuse.

 

Mini Conex Boxes

 

So, what the heck is a Conex box? I know you’ve seen them before, and when you see them, you’ll be like “Ah! I know what those are!” and you’ll be way smarter than you thought you were. So, imagine a ship being loaded or unloaded with big container boxes…..these are known as a Conex, or Connex (either way is acceptable). Originally, short for “Container, express” and later changed to “Container for export”……well, I’m going down a rabbit hole. But Surplus has been allocated 33 of these, but these are the little itty-bitty kind. So, if you need a little itty-bitty secure storage box, we’ve got you covered! These appear to NOT be the water-proof kind, so if you’re looking for that, we would suggest some Flex Seal or something (Flex Seal sold separately at Fred Meyer or Walmart). Like me, they look kind of rough on the outside, and….I forgot where I was going with this. But click on the image below to see these in Reuse for pricing, quantities, and everything you ever wanted to know about mini-Conex’s. Mini-Connex’s. Itty-bitty storage boxes.

 

Carpet Tiles

We’ve been allocated several boxes of new 24” x 24”carpet pieces, new in boxes, with patterns such as Graffiti, Glazed Green, Feather, Henna, Main Street and Rakata. I do not know what these colors mean, or how they ever came up with “Rakata” as a color, but you can see all of the different colors, current inventory quantities and everything you would ever want to know about these by clicking on the image below of a Rakata carpet tile.

 

                         

That’s about all I have. Hopefully you’re still awake….I know, it’s Monday and all, but Halloween is just a couple of days away, so if you’re into that, it’s something to look forward to I suppose! I myself will be bingeing on candy corn (don’t hate…..I can’t afford chocolate this year ). But if you have any questions, check out the “Fine Print” below, and as always, please feel free to contact me regarding….whatever!

 

Have a great day everybody!

 

PS- Don’t reply to this listserv, it won’t get back…..oh, you know.

 

 The Fine Print

 

The items contained in this message are available to current eligible Donee’s with the StateofOregonDepartmentofAdministrativeServicesEnterpriseAssetManagementStateandFederalSurplusPropertyProgram, and must be an authorized signer on your account to remove items from the warehouse (or have written permission from an authorized signer). To inquire about items advertised here (or any other items for that matter) contact our Agency Liaison Tim Dunayevich 971-301-0193, or tim.dunayevich@das.oregon.gov​, or the Federal Property Specialist Jennifer Beyer 503-378-6046 jennifer.beyer@das.oregon.gov. If you have questions regarding your eligibility, contact Carla Jeannette 503-378-2753 carla.jeannette@das.oregon.gov. All items mentioned in this advertisement are on a first come/first serve basis, with no “Holds” allowed. If you need to contact someone in particular at Surplus Property, or you have general questions regarding the program, please contact Darren Kennedy 503-378-6022 darren.kennedy@das.oregon.gov; please don’t try to reply to this listserv, as it doesn’t accept incoming messages.

 

  • Agencies shall pick up invoiced State Property within 14 days of date of invoicing. If not picked up within that timeframe the property and any monies paid will be forfeited.​

 

  • Agencies shall pick up invoiced Federal Property within 30 days of date of invoicing. If not picked up within that timeframe invoice will be reversed and property returned to stock and resold.

 

Property Return Policy: 0-30 days – Full refund,  30-60 days – 50% refund,   60+ days – No refunds