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Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

 

To:                         State Agencies and ORCPP Members

 

Subject:                 Contract changes for Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) Software

 

Agreement:           #5776           BOLDplanning Inc

​As the year ends, we want to bring to your attention to important information about contracts you may be participating in. The BOLDplanning COOP contract is reaching end of term.

 

The Department of Administrative Services is in final contract negotiations with a new vendor to provide Continuity of Operations Planning software.  Veoci, a cloud-based platform for emergency management, business continuity, continuity of operations planning, team collaboration, and daily operations is slated to be the new vendor.

 

The current contract with BOLD Planning is set to expire on December 31, 2022, and it is expected that the new contract will be in place prior to that time. Data that is currently stored with BOLD Planning is scheduled to be electronically transferred to the new platform. In an abundance of caution, it is recommended that each entity currently using the BOLD Planning system download a current version of its information.

 

All entities that currently have access to the BOLD Planning software through the state of Oregon will be able to access the new software. This includes tribes, counties, cities, and state agencies. Funding for the software will be paid by a combination of sources including grant funds contributed by OEM.

 

As soon as the final contract has been signed, additional information will be made available as to when the transfer of data will occur along with training opportunities.

 

Please reach out to Rachel.r.smith@das.oregon.gov  with any questions or requests for assistance. 

Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

EIS is excited to announce our next Cyber Security Webinar – Zero Trust.  This webinar will be held on December 7th at 1pm.  For more information, please see the attached flyer.  To register for the webinar please accept the iCal invite in this email.

​Adam Helvey OPMA, OPBC

Oregon Buys Agency Liaison

ORCPP and Sustainability

Program Manager

 (C) 971-349-2329

(F) 503-373-1626

The National Council for Mental Wellbeing, with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is excited to announce an upcoming grant funding opportunity to support pilot projects integrating harm reduction strategies and public safety initiatives.

 

Using a competitive Request for Funding Applications (RFA) process, the National Council will select up to eight sites to implement evidence-based and promising strategies and collaborative partnerships to reduce the risk of overdose and other drug-related harm for people who use drugs (PWUD) and people with substance use disorders (PWSUD) who are or may become justice-involved.

 

Awards will be made in amounts up to $81,250 for a yearlong project beginning January 2023. In addition to funding, selected implementation sites will receive and participate in training and technical assistance (TTA) opportunities.

 

Eligible applicants will be nonprofit organizations in the U.S. that a) provide harm reduction services, including syringe services, naloxone or fentanyl test strips, peer-based overdose prevention or response, medications for opioid use disorder and linkages to substance use treatment to people who are at risk of drug overdose and b) can demonstrate current or past collaborations with public safety agencies.

 

The RFA will launch on November 15, 2022.

 

To learn more about the funding opportunity and upcoming RFA launch, join the National Council for an informational office hour on Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 3 p.m. ET. 

Good Day


We are excited to bring you an “in person” training of an Overview of Public Contracting with an in depth demo of OregonBuys at the following venues before the end of the year:

November 16th - Grant Pass and surrounding areas.   PLEASE REGISTER BY, Wednesday November 9th

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/g2g-government-2-government-contracting-overview-with-oregonbuys-demo-tickets-450665240867


November 17th – Coos Bay and Surrounding areas.  PLEASE REGISTER BY, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9th

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/coos-bay-g2g-government2government-contracting-overview-w-oregonbuys-demo-tickets-450916291767


November 18th – Newport and Surrounding areas.  PLEASE REGISTER BY, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9th

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/newport-g2g-government2government-contracting-overview-w-oregonbuys-demo-tickets-450924085077

 

These in person sessions will cover:

  • Rules, Law, and the Public Contracting Code
  • What Options/Resources are available?
  • Procurement Methods
  • Using OregonBuys for sourcing products and services, and utilizing the system to post solicitation notices.

 

Who Should Attend:  Local government purchasing staff, administrative staff, project managers, facility and public works staff, local leaders, transit districts, non-profits, special districts, and tribal nations. 


NOTE:  Additional training events for Astoria, Tillamook, and the Lincoln City areas will be announced after the 1st of the year, as well as other locations across the State.

 

We look forward seeing everyone, and I guarantee this will be a very informative and FUN learning experience!

 

Thank you,

​Kelly Stevens-Malnar

Cooperative Program Manager

(P) 503-378-3976  (F) 503-373-1626

http://procurement.oregon.gov

Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

Please follow the below link to find information on the opportunity.  If you have questions, please contact Wendi, below.

https://ltdjobs.applicantpool.com/jobs/869461.html

​Wendi Frisbie

(She/Her)

Business Services Manager

p: 541.682.3234

m: 541.912.7918

​The attached image is from Medford School District.  They have 150 desks that someone can pick up for free, in Medford.  They need to go ASAP.  Let Jackie know if you are interested:

Jackie Flory/Purchasing Coordinator

900 Kenyon

Medford, OR 97501

(541) 842-3068

 (541) 842-1160 fax

jackie.flory@medford.k12.or.us

https://www.medford.k12.or.us/Domain/85

Emergency After Hours Numbers

Facilities – (541) 842-3900

NTS - (541) 842-3901 (Security Alarms, Fire Alarms, etc)


​Ten (10 each) 3 ft W x 5 ft H room divider panels, on wheels.  They mount together,  are in excellent – like new condition.   And yes, FREE to the taker!

(Hopefully a non-profit or educational organization).

 

Travel to our office and a vehicle to haul back to your office/facility is required.

 

Thank you,

 

Janice Calkins

Office & Facility Coordinator

Marion Soil and Water Conservation District

408 3rd Ave., Stayton, OR 97383

503.391.9927

Cell 971.600.6254

​The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS) wishes to inform agency Authorized Purchasers of the successful reinstatement and amendment of the statewide price agreement with uWork.com, dba Covendis, PA 9436.

As previously announced, the NASPO IT Vendor Managed Services agreements Lead State had chosen not to extend the NASPO Master Agreements past the then current term end date of August 31, 2022. DAS PS successfully utilized the Special Procurement contracting method to enter into a Direct Award with Covendis, Oregon’s current IT Managed Services Provider.

DAS PS also negotiated successfully to allow existing WOC survivability. Work Order Contracts (WOC) issued before the expiration of the NASPO Master Agreements and under Oregon’s Participating Addendum (PA) #9436, survived the expiration of the NASPO Master Agreement and remain active and intact.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Thank you.

Debbie

Debbie Davis, IT Procurement Strategist,

 debbie.m.davis@das.oregon.gov

​Thanks ORCPP members,

 

A new home was found for our 10 Wall dividers – by spreading the word–THANK YOU!

Seaside’s  Empire & Sunset  Park & Rec department will be the happy recipients!

 

Your assistance has been greatly appreciated!

Janice Calkins

Marion SWCD, Stayton, OR 97358

ORCPP Member

​Dear Procurementarians,

 

Long time no hear! I know it’s been a long time……we have had a busy Surplus season, trying to get caught up on things happening around here; things that are very “behind the scenes”. One of our biggest challenges has been to get property that wouldn’t break the bank in shipping costs. Even with shipping being hideously expensive and inflation going through the roof, we have still managed to bring in a large amount of property. By screening locations that are relatively close to us, we have still been able to locate some very desirable items.

 

Lately, we have been sourcing a HUGE amount of power tools and equipment, so take a look at all the items below, and let us know if you have any questions!

 

PS- Sorry this is so dang long….like I said, it’s been a while.

  

Power Tools

We have struck the mother lode of power tools lately. Below are the Oregon Number’s, a brief description of what they are, with additional notes in parenthesis if you’d like more information. Also, if you click on the Oregon Number, it will take you to Reuse where you can see photo’s of the item, and you can read the description again, but only if you’re okay with redundancy.

 

22-328-05  Porter Cable Palm Sander model 330. 1/4 sheet. 120V. 1.2 amp. Corded with instruction booklet. Appears unused in box. (Does anybody know how long it takes for a life line to grow back? Somebody was wanting to know).

 

22-328-19   DeWalt 14.4V cordless drill. Comes with carry case, 2 batteries and charger. (The thing that charges batteries, NOT the car. I have to be SO specific).

 

22-328-12   DeWalt 1/2" right angle drill model DW124. 120V. 11.5amp. Corded. Comes with carry case. Appears to be unused. (We seem to be all out of left angle drills).

 

 

22-328-06   DeWalt 1/4 sheet palm sander with dust collection bag model D26441K. 120V. 2.4A. Corded. Comes with carry case. Appears to be in unused condition. (I think I just found my life line).

 

22-328-15   Bosch jig saw model 1587AVS. 120V. 5A. Corded. Comes with carry case. Appears to be in unused condition. (This one puzzles me).

 

22-328-09   DeWalt jig saw model DW331. 120V. 6.5A. Corded. Comes with carry case. Appears to be in unused condition. (The same thing, only different).

 

22-328-13   DeWalt Reciprocating Saw model DW310. Corded. 120V. 12amp. Comes with carry case. Appears to be in unused condition. (My feelings go back and forth with this one)

 

22-328-16   DeWalt Reciprocating Saw model DW310. Corded. 120V. 12amp. Comes with carry case. Appears to be in unused condition. (My feelings go back and forth with this one again)

 

22-328-02   Skil 1/2" variable speed corded hand drill model 6330. 120V. 5amp. Appear to be unused. (Because we’re all out of foot drills).

 

22-328-10   DeWalt rotary hammer drill model D25404K. Corded. Comes with carry case, chuck and adapter. Appears to be in unused condition. (I don’t think Chuck will fit in the carry case though….).

 

22-328-22   Makita 9/16" corded hammer drill model HP1501. 115V. 5amp. Comes with carry case. Appears to be in unused condition. (I’m confused…... Is it a hammer, or a drill? Or a corded hammer? Better look at this one carefully….).

 

22-328-08  DeWalt 18V cordless drill model DC668. Comes with carry case, charger and 2 batteries. Used. Working condition unknown. (We don’t know if this works. Maybe Chuck can help you out?).

 

22-328-03   DeWalt 12V cordless drill model DC727. Comes with carry case, charger and 2 batteries. Appears to be unused. (IOW, it looks like it’s new).

 

22-328-24   Various sawzalls. 2 Milwaukees model 6536-21. 2 Porter Cables model 747. 1 Porter Cable model 738. These are all corded and come with carry case. These are all used. Applied working condition unknown. (They applied for the job, but they didn’t work out….so they ended up here).

 

22-328-07   DeWalt chipping hammer model DW551. 120V. 10.8/7.5A. Corded. Used. Works. Comes with carry case. Applied working condition unknown. (I feel the need…..the need for safety glasses).

 

22-328-04   Makita disk sander model GA7911. Takes 7" or 9" disk. 115V. 15A. Corded. Appears to be in unused condition. (Why would you want to sand disks? I don’t get it….)

 

22-328-18   DeWalt 36V cordless hammer drill model DC900KL. Comes with carry case, 2 batteries and charger. Applied working condition unknown. (Another confused power tool. It doesn’t come with a cord, so…..a drill that you hammer with. No, a hammer that you drill with. I’m done.).

 

21-307-03P   Ridgid Universal quick open Die Head, 2.5" - 4" for 1224, PN: 26152 (Is it me, or is “Ridgid Universal” kind of an oxymoron? Shouldn’t it be something like “Ridgid Inflexible”?)

 

21-307-03O   Ridgid Universal quick open Die Head, (811A)  PN: 97065, 1/8" - 2"/3-50mm (We are currently out of the “slow open’ model).

 

21-307-03M   Ridgid heavy duty pipe cutter, Mdl: 1-A, 32810, 1/8" - 1 1/4" / 3-32mm (Pipe not included).

 

21-307-03H   Mathey Dearman pipe clamp, alignment and reforming tube and pipe, 9" - 12" (I cannot tell you how little I know about this. I could probably Google it, but anything with the word “reforming” in the description puts me off a little).

 

22-263-01   Pulse Tech 490PT advanced battery conductance analyzer. Comes with case. Replaced 9v battery and tested on 12v battery. Appears to be in working condition. (An “advanced battery conductance analyzer”. Sounds smarter than me, but I’m better at kick boxing).

 

21-307-03N   Ridgid heavy duty pipe cutter, Mdl: 3-S, 32830, 1" - 3"  (You have no idea how hard it is to spell “Ridgid” and not “Rigid”)

 

21-056-02   Ridgid Tool Co., Ridgid Gear Threader, Mdl: 141/NPT - HS, 2 1/2" - 4"/62-100 MM, CAT # 36620, (Here we go with “Ridged” again, twice in one sentence!)

 

22-318-01   DeWalt reciprocating saw model DC385 18V XRP. Cordless. Comes with battery, charger and case. Unused. (Cord sold separately).

 

22-318-02   DeWalt reciprocating saw model DW 307M. Corded. Comes with case. Unused. (If you’re not careful, you’ll turn this into a cordless tool).

 

22-296-01   Milwaukee plumbers 7 piece self-feed bit set in plastic carry case with handle. These appear to be in new condition. (Self-feed, so this is kind of like giving a toddler some Cheerios? So give this to a plumber and…..?)

 

22-233-01   Gray Transmission Jack. Model MM-2000A. 2206 lbs. capacity. Appears new in box. (“Gray” is the manufacturer, not the color. Although they are gray…I mean grey….and doesn’t pick up anything that weighs 2207 pounds or more).

 

22-305-01   US Jack hydraulic bottle jack. 10,000 lbs. cap. Comes with jack handle and instructions. These appear to be unused in box. (So why would you want to jack up a hydraulic bottle? I mean we’re either talking a really big bottle or serious overkill on the capacity).

 

21-445-01   Portable Hydraulic Drill, Stanley Hydraulic Tools, Mdl: DL07550. Includes user's manual and chuck. Unused. (Cordless. Because it’s hydraulic. But it comes with Chuck again!)

 

22-151-01   McKissick- The Crosby Group Block & Tackle N-418 6 IN RB 5/8" & 3/4" Wire rope size, WLL: 8.0T @ 4:1 6.4T @ 5:1, 108154 Appear to be unused. (I know that somebody knows what all of this means, but sorry, I just don’t care).

 

22-314-01   OPW Automatic fuel dispensing nozzle. Model 1290. These appear to be unused in box. (Ridiculously priced fuel sold elsewhere).

 

21-399-01   Raycon Industries Nozzle Assembly, Closed Circuit Refueling. Appears to be unused. (Same as above, only different).

 

22-307-01   Levelok quick connect ladder leveler. Model LL-STB-2QC. These appear to be unused in box. (I didn’t know what these were, so I looked at the picture on the box. I still don’t know what they are, so I ordered 132 of them).

 

22-335-01   Gorilla Ladders model GLX-5B. Type 1A. 5'7" high. 300Lb capacity. Comes with removable project bucket. Appears to be in unused condition. (We took a bit of a gamble on these, because we honestly don’t know how many of you have gorilla’s).

 

21-529-01   Waterloo Tool Chest, 10 drawer, new in box (Oh that’s just great. Now I have an ABBA earworm stuck in my head…whoa whoa whoa whoa Waterloo stop please.)

 

  Truck Tires

 The next item are these unused Goodyear Marathon RSA tires, size 10R22.5, load range G. By my estimations, these tires are only a couple of years old, so there’s plenty of life left in them. We only have 64 of these in stock, so now is a great time to peel off those old bald tires and replace them with some new treads before the winter season sets in.

 

Installation not included….I’ve already paid my dues mounting/dismounting these. The Oregon Number is 22-220-05, and the Service Charge is just $100 apiece!

 

 B&S Generator

The next item we have is a Briggs & Stratton Elite Series portable generator, with electric start, 10,000 Watts. One tire is flat (probably because it hasn’t had the winter air put in it yet), and it appears to be new/unused. You don’t have to live like the Ingalls, just fire this bad boy up, get that hybrid car battery charged up and you’re off and running! This is Oregon Number 22-016-01, and the Service Charge is $800.00.

 

 

 

A Couple Of Big Plastic Water Tanks

Now we have a couple of big ‘ol water storage tanks. Oregon Number 22-232-01 is a Snyder Industries Inc. 525 gallon water storage tank, and the other Oregon Number is 22-232-02 Duracast Products 200 gallon water storage tank. The Service Charge on these is $350.00 and $250.00 respectively. I don’t know that anything (let alone water) has been stored in these, as they look new/unused. Now if you go putting water is these, and you grow a third eye or something without rinsing these out first, don’t say I didn’t warn you..

     

Jabsco Remote Controlled Searchlights

These remote controlled searchlights are new in box, the Oregon Number is 22-184-01, and the Service Charge is $75.00 apiece! They are 7” diameter spot and flood beam, and the original acquisition is a little over $900 for these……yikes! And you’re getting them for $75.00?! That’s just crazy.

  

Toro Snowblowers

 This is how we roll at Surplus Property……air conditioners in the middle of winter, snow blowers in summer (it is still technically summer). But don’t catch yourself off-guard for when we get that 6’ snow storm. These are Toro Power Clear, Model 38581, R*Tek 2 cycle 141 CC Engine, 21" width, and if you buy this today, I will throw in the key at no extra cost! We have two of these, the Oregon Number is 22-184-01 and -02, and the Service Charge is just $50.00 apiece!

  

These items are spill clean-up kits. These contain items such as absorbent, containment booms, tarps, etc. It appears these would have enough room inside to put things like gloves, HAZMAT suits, and things like that….personalize your HAZMAT spill kit! Make it your own! All of this comes in a big plastic barrel with a quick release band/top that will never come off as fast as the chemical spill inching closer to the bosses office, but it’s better than nothing. These would be extremely handy in most any situation where you store chemicals & other nasty substances. The Oregon Number on these is 21-314-01, and the Service Charge is just $50.00 apiece! Yes, including the barrel! I know, it’s crazy, but that’s just how we are.

 

Canteens

 Lastly (almost) we have these brand new Oasis 4 quart canteens, just in time for winter! They appear to be aluminum, and (believe it or not) these come with a screw-on lid on a chain! I’m feeling pretty generous today, so with every canteen sold I will throw in a carry strap at no additional charge! I know, it’s crazy, just don’t let my boss know. The Oregon Number on these is 22-362-01, and the Service Charge is just $5.00! We only have 1,280 of these in stock, so get ‘em while they’re…..get ‘em while they’re cold!

 

Meanwhile, on the state side of the warehouse……

 We have received several (if several means 5) personnel and equipment carriers from Forestry. These are International’s with big boxes on back that have seats like a school bus and equipment lockers to carry all of the gear in. One of these is a cab-and-chassis (no big box on the back), so you can customize it the way you’d like…..water truck, dump truck, the possibilities are endless!

 

If you are interested in one of these bad boys, give Tim Dunayevich a call (his contact information is down below) and he will give you all the details!

 

 

I would like to introduce you to the newest member of the Surplus family. This is Jenna, Jenna this is everybody. She is our new cashier, and so far she has done a fantastic job for us! I haven’t had much time to get to know her yet (I only work at the warehouse a couple days a week). I don’t even know her last name….wait a sec….Myers. Her last name is Myers. She drives a nice car. She likes Nike socks and shoes. She’s very nice. She has a very friendly smile (which was a prerequisite for the position), she doesn’t like to have her picture taken (although she is very photogenic….thanks for letting me take your picture Jenna….), and that’s about all I know.  Please be sure to welcome her and say “Hi Jenna” on your next visit to Surplus Property! 

 

Fun fact time…..

So far this year, Surplus Property has transferred (and agencies have acquired) over 2,558 cases of MRE’s. That translates to 30,696 individual meals, or enough individual pouches that would stretch down the street and back (it’s a pretty long street). We are going to try and have these in stock at any given time, but if you are wanting some for your agency, feel free to check our inventory through Reuse (just type “MRE” into the search field), or submit a “Want List” request for some. If we don’t have what you need, we can put you on a list for the next time we do get some.

From our work family to yours, we thank you for the support of the Surplus Property program. We appreciate your patronage!

 

Did you know……

Surplus Property can sell your higher-valued assets (vehicles, heavy equipment, or items with a value of $1,000 or more)! By using Surplus Property to sell your assets, you will get the exposure of two worldwide online auction providers, as well as the knowledge and expertise of a professional marketing staff dedicated to maximizing returns for your items.

To make this happen, all we need is an Intergovernmental Agreement between us. Your items can be sold at our Salem warehouse location, or they can even be sold at your location! If you would like more information, take a look at the Intergovernmental Agreement here, and if you have any questions, feel free to contact our office and we’ll fill you in on the details!

 

That’s about all I have for now. As usual, the items advertised here are available only to those qualified agencies with current eligibility in good standing with the StateofOregonDepartmentofAdministrativeServicesEnterpriseAssetManagementStateandFederalSurplusPropertyprogram (sorry, no private sales). We continue to be one of the largest inflation-proof resourses for quality federal property. If you need more information about the items mentioned here (or any items for that matter), contact our Agency Liaison Tim Dunayevich ​971-301-0193 tim.dunayevich@das.oregon.gov. If you are not certain that your three-year eligibility is current, or you need to change authorized signers, you can contact our Eligibility Specialist Carla Jeannette at 503-378-2753, carla.jeannette@das.oregon.gov. As always you can contact me at 503-378-6022, or darren.kennedy@das.oregon.gov, and I can tell you where to go. I mean, I can transfer you to the appropriate person if I don’t know the answer (please don’t reply to this email…nobody will ever receive it, and you’ll be like “That was rude. They didn’t even reply”).

Thanks everybody, and have a great week!

Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program Analyst  |  DAS Enterprise Asset Management  |  503-378-6022  |  www.oregonsurplus.com


EIS Cyber Security Webinar series continues with SASE presented by Gartner on September 14th at 1pm.  Please see the attached flyer for more information.  Also, an iCAL is attached for your convenience.

​Tara Maffeo

Enterprise Information Services

Strategy and Design

503-871-0366|

Tara.Maffeo@das.oregon.gov




The price agreement with Sunbelt Rentals, Inc. for Rental Equipment will expire Saturday, August 27, 2022.  I am working closely with the contractor to get the price agreement extended, but in the event it is not extended please be advised that after Saturday, August 27, 2022, Price Agreement #6462 with Sunbelt Rentals, Inc. will no longer be available for use by state agencies and ORCPP members. Please continue to monitor OregonBuys for any updates to this price agreement.

  

For more information regarding this message you can contact me.

 

Melissa Esser, OPBC

State Procurement Analyst

Commodities Team

1225 Ferry St. SE

Salem, OR 97301

971-283-4439

http://procurement.oregon.gov

Good Morning ORCPP Members,

 

  1. uWork.com – Covendis

Title:  IT Vendor Managed Services Provider

 

Category:  IT Hourly and Project/Deliverable Based Professional Services

 

Participating Addendum:  #9436

 

Vendor: uWork.com, dba Covendis

 

​The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS) wishes to inform agency Authorized Purchasers of recent developments with the NASPO IT Vendor Managed Services agreements. The Lead State has chosen not to extend the NASPO Master Agreements past the current term end date of August 31, 2022. DAS PS intends to utilize the Special Procurement contracting method to enter into a Direct Award with Covendis, Oregon’s current IT Managed Services Provider. DAS PS will also be negotiating to allow existing WOC survivability. It is DAS PS’s goal to move as quickly as possible to put a replacement agreement for these services in place for our agency customers.

 

Work Order Contracts (WOC) issued under Oregon’s Participating Addendum (PA) #9436 can survive the expiration of the Master Agreement and the PA with Covendis. Refer to Section 8.3 of the PA for detail. What that means is that any agency that has an existing WOC that they wish to amend for any reason, including extending the term of the WOC, can execute Amendments before the expiration of Oregon’s PA #9436 expires August 31, 2022. No new WOCs, or amendments to existing WOCs are allowed for any reason past the expiration date of the PA.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions. I plan to send out another Buyer’s Link message in a few weeks with an update. Thank you. Debbie

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Debbie Davis, IT Procurement Strategist, at debbie.m.davis@das.oregon.gov

​We are excited to announce that registration is now open for another FREE virtual instructor-led course, Better RFPs, Better Projects.

This course is in partnership with the Center for Procurement Excellence (CPE), and will help you and your staff create better RFPs, work with your agencies to develop effective Statements of Work, enhance your Proposer Submittal Protocols, and implement Evaluation Best Practices.

 

Available to the first 100 registrants, this four-week course will begin on October 3, 2022 and end on October 28, 2022, and offers 10 continuing education contact hours. There will be four instructor-led virtual workshops throughout where participants will receive concrete strategies, tools, and resources, in addition to online self-paced activities.

 

Please review the syllabus and schedule of live classes carefully to ensure you can complete the course requirements before signing up. Email procurementu@naspo.org with questions.

Register Here for this free course before it fills up!

​The current Oregon Price Agreement number 6490 will expire on July 31, 2022.

 

A new Price Agreement has been put in place and starts today. The new Price Agreement number is PO-10700-00009322. I have attached the Buyer Guide for your convenience as well.

 

If you have any questions please let me know.

 

Thank you!

Kaliska

 

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, through the Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services, participated in a NASPO ValuePoint interstate cooperative procurement conducted by the State of Oklahoma for Medium and Heavy Duty Construction Equipment.

 

DASPS awarded five (5) Participating Addenda for use by State of Oregon agencies and ORCPP members. Copies of the Participating Addenda and attachments can be found in OregonBuys under the Master Blanket Purchase Order referenced below.

 

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00008428 – CASE Equipment

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00008429 – Caterpillar, Inc.

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00008430 – Clark Company (BOBCAT)

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00008432 – Deere & Co. (Construction Division)

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00008433 – New Holland

  

Please contact me with any questions.

 

John Starrs

State Procurement Analyst

Commodities Team

971-349-2539

John.Starrs@Das.Oregon.Gov

http://procurement.oregon.gov

​ 

The State of Oregon, through the Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS), participated in a NASPO ValuePoint interstate cooperative procurement conducted by the State of Washington for Public Safety Communications Equipment, Services and Solutions.

 

DAS PS has awarded the following Participating Addenda for use by State of Oregon agencies and ORCPP members.  Copies of the Participating Addenda and attachments can be found in OregonBuys under the Master Blanket Purchase Order Numbers identified below.

 

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00004683 – ICOM America, Inc.

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00004730 – Zetron, Inc.

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00004731 – Daniels Electronica, dba Codan Communications

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00004733 – BK Technologies, Inc.

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00004734 – E.F. Johnson

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005055 – L3Harris Technologies, Inc.

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005451 – Tait North America

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005472 – Aviat U.S., Inc.

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005474 – Nokia of America

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005490 – American Power Systems, LLC

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005493 – Sabre Communications Corp.

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005495 – Valmont Structures

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005510 – Freedom Communication

OregonBuys Master Blanket Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005514 – Viavi Solutions, Inc.

 

Refer to the attached Buyers Guide for ordering contacts and instructions.

 

Please continue to monitor OregonBuys for updates to the Participating Addenda.

 

If you have any questions regarding this message please contact me. 

​ 

Melissa Esser, OPBC

State Procurement Analyst

Commodities Team

971-283-4439

http://procurement.oregon.gov

​Good Afternoon!

The State of Oregon now has a Price Agreement with United Parcel Service (UPS)

 

If your Entity already has a UPS account number, the new rates should be applied. If they are not or you want to be sure your account number is attached to the contract NASPO ValuePoint Oregon PA #PO-10700-00008018 Please email the representative in the Buyers Guide.

 

Oregon has 3 contracts to choose from for these services

  1. Fed Ex- PO-10700-00004355
  2. GLS- PO-10700-00004458
  3. UPS- PO-10700-00008018

All three Price Agreements are in Oregon Buys.

Thank you all for your patience in getting this in place. – Kaliska

 

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


​Dear Procurementarians,

 

I just wanted to get a quick word out regarding HMMWV (aka Humvee’s) being made available through the federal government. We are seeing a big push on these (there are 50 of them at Fort Lewis Washington alone), we have one currently in stock, and we’ll have three more coming to us in the next couple of weeks. What I wanted to get to is that in the very near future these won’t be available anymore, at least in the numbers and configurations we’re seeing now, as the military is fazing these out.

 

The ones that don’t get allocated to donee’s will eventually be auctioned off to the public. If there was ever a good time to acquire one for your agency, now is the time. We’ve been transferring these to police departments (many are gussied up as outreach rigs, parade queens, etc.), fire departments have been equipping and using them as emergency brush rigs, and some local highway departments reportedly use these as battering rams to clear up traffic jams…..just kidding, police departments don’t use these much. But they could!

 

If you’ve been thinking about adding one of these to your fleet, now is a good time. If you need any other information, contact our Agency Liaison Tim Dunayevich at 971-301-0193 or tim.dunayevich@das.oregon.gov, and he can get you fixed up.

 

Have a great weekend everybody!

Enterprise Information Services is excited to invite you to our next Cyber Security Webinar – Work From Anywhere.  We are partnering with our State of Oregon Cyber Security Vendors to present 10 topics specifically for business decision makers, cyber security, and IT personnel.


​Our next webinar, Work From Anywhere, is July 28th  from 10:30am-12:00pm.  Please see the attached flyer for more information.  Included in this email is an iCalendar invite that can put the event on your calendar. 

 

We will be offering a webinar every other month until the completion of the series.  Please visit out Cyber Security Webinar webpage to see upcoming topics and dates, recordings of past webinars and 1-pagers about our vendors at: https://www.oregon.gov/das/OSCIO/Pages/eis-security-webinars.aspx.

   

Tara Maffeo

Enterprise Information Services

Strategy and Design

503-871-0366|Tara.Maffeo@das.oregon.gov

Help Grow OregonBuys—And Someone’s Career!

 

Do you know a public procurement professional looking to take the next step in their career? And who would enjoy working on OregonBuys with members like you?

 

If so, our OregonBuys software partner is recruiting for a full-time account manager to work closely with ORCPP members and those of us here in the program office. It’s a great job for someone who has software savvy and local procurement experience. To see more about the job and its generous benefits visit this posting or forward your resume to me!

​ 

Best Regards,

 

Kevin Renner

General Manager, Oregon Buys Program

mdfcommerce.com/eprocurement

M 503.703.9662

​The State of Oregon, through the Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services, has awarded the following Master Blanket Purchase Orders, MBPO, (a.k.a. Price Agreement) for State Agencies, ORCPP members and MCUA members. All relevant documentation may be found within OregonBuys under the references below.

 

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00008435 – Ozark Materials, Inc.

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00008436 – Ennis-Flint, Inc.

 

For more information regarding this message, contact John Starrs, State Procurement Analyst, at 971-349-2539 or via Email: John.Starrs@Das.Oregon.Gov

​Garten Services is now approved as an Oregon Forward Contractor to provide Confidential Records Destruction in Washington County. Most will remember that Public Agencies are required to utilize Oregon Forward Contractors that can provide a product or service that meets the requirements of the Public Agency.

 

Price Agreement 8269 was established with Garten Services to provide a means by which State Agencies and Local Government Agencies, who are also ORCCP members, may purchase Confidential Records Destruction services. Besides Washington County, Garten was previously approved to provide this service through the Oregon Forward Program in Marion, Polk, Benton, Clackamas, Lane, Linn, and Yamhill counties.

 

PA 8269 can be accessed by utilizing OregonBuys, the State of Oregon’s eprocurement system to obtain the Work Order Contract document needed to purchase services through that Price Agreement.

 

Garten’s primary contact for ordering Confidential Record Destruction Services is Katelin Haller. Her email address is  khaller@garten.org, and her phone number is 503-581-4472 ext. 3400.

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Darvin Pierce Oregon Forward Program Coordinator, at 971-718-6212 or via email darvin.pierce@das.oregon.gov.

Darvin Pierce

Oregon Forward (QRF) Program Coordinator

971-718-6212

​As the 2021 year ended, we want to remind you and bring to your attention to important information about contracts you may be participating in. The Lumen and AT&T contracts have ended or are in a final transition period.  If you are utilizing these contracts your action is required immediately.

 

AT&T Contract

The AT&T contract with the State of Oregon has expired, there are some remaining services being provided by AT&T at the previously contracted rates, but those services must be immediately moved to a valid contract.

  • The enterprise AT&T contract and transition period ended August 31, 2021.
  • Federal Tariff rates apply after contract end (e.g. Long distance .05/min to $2.00/min).
  • AT&T provided Long Distance, Toll Free, and Conference services.
  • Remaining Services must be migrated to alternate enterprise contracts. There is a verbal agreement with AT&T to maintain the contracted rates temporarily.

 

Lumen Changes

The Legacy Lumen contract, also known as CSP #5223 (which included TCPERS) ended December 31, 2021. ORCPP Members utilizing TCPERS Lumen are in a transition period through December 31, 2022.

The legacy phone system support under CSP #5223 (which included MES)  Ended on December 31, 2021.  The Legacy Lumen systems will receive “best effort” support during 12-month transition period, ending  December 31, 2022.

 

The time to transition away from legacy contracts is now! It takes to convert and port numbers to new telephone systems.  DAS and EIS have provided a lot of information regarding telephony services and we are here to assist if you have questions about the changes that need to occur in a short time frame. Please reach out to Enterprise.TelecomMgmt@das.oregon.gov or  Rachel.r.smith@das.oregon.gov with any questions or requests for assistance.

​The State of Oregon, through the Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services, has awarded  (7) Statewide Master Blanket Purchase Orders, MBPO, (a.k.a. Price Agreement) for the Category above and available to State Agencies, ORCPP members and MCUA members.

All relevant documentation may be found within OregonBuys under the following Blanket #:

 

  1. 10700-00006822 – Baker Tilly
  2. 10700-00006825 – CBIZ
  3. 10700-00006837 – Kernutt Stokes
  4. 10700-00006834 – Merina & Co
  5. 10700-00006835 – Moss Adams*
  6. 10700-00006836 – Myers & Stauffer
  7. 10700-00006832 – Sjoberg Evashenk

 

Buyer’s Guide is coming soon and will be inputted in OregonBuys on each MBPO for assistance.

 

*Still working through negotiations.

 

Attached are the following documents:

Exhibit G – Matrix by each Contractor and which Audit categories they provide services.

Exhibit B – MS Word version of the Service Order Contract

Exhibit D – Opportunity Notice in MS Word

Exhibit C – Service Order Process

 

Thank you, please let me know if there are questions

 

Stefani Tew, CPPB

DAS/Procurement Services

Procurement & Contract Specialist

971.701.1860

​Action Required: None, unless this is an Agreement that is used by your entity – if so, please work through replacing those services with another provider until DAS PS determines best route moving forward.

 

The State of Oregon, through the Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services, was notified that CCM is closing its doors as of June 30, 2022 and will not provide services after that date.

 

Thank you, please let me know if there are questions

 

Stefani Tew, CPPB

DAS/Procurement Services

Procurement & Contract Specialist

971.701.1860


​Eugene School District 4J is hosting a surplus furniture giveaway on July 12-13, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm each day at Camas Ridge Community Elementary School. This is a two-day event that will be open to both the public and to other interested school districts, charter schools, and state, county, and city agencies.

 

There are desks, chairs, tables, shelving, book cases, preschool and kinder furniture, filing cabinets, and much more. Too many items to take pictures of everything – see some items pictured in the attached pdf “Camas Ridge Surplus”.

 

 

All items will be available on a first come, first serve basis. Eugene School District will have a limited staff on site so please come prepared to move and haul away any items you wish to claim.

 

Please contact Dustin at warehouse@4j.lane.edu if you have any questions. Thank you!

 

Dustin Hayden

Purchasing

Eugene School District 4J

hayden_d@4j.lane.edu | 541-790-7620

​THE DATES OF THE EVENT ARE TOMORROW!  June 28 and 29th.  Sorry for the confusion!

 

NOTE: The previously solicitated surplus event at Camas Ridge on July 12 and 13 has been cancelled.

 

Eugene School District 4J will be hosting a surplus event on June 28 and 29th, 2022, at the Willard School, located at 2855 Lincoln St, Eugene, OR 97405. The event will be open from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm both days.

 

NEW ITEMS have been added from the posting we made about a month ago -- more desks, tables, chairs, and other school fixtures that we were not in the original listing

 

This event will be open to the general public and we of course invite all school districts, charter/private schools, and government agencies to stop by to see if anything is of interest to your organization.

 

4J staff on site will be extremely limited, so please come prepared to carry out and haul away any items claimed.

 

DIRECTIONS: Located behind Market of Choice on Willamette Street, there are two school sites off 29th Ave -- one below, and one higher up on a hill. This surplus event will be taking place at Willard, which is the site higher up on the hill.

 

Please contact Dustin at warehouse@4j.lane.edu if you have any questions. Thank you!


​Beginning August 13, 2022 Price Agreement 8345Universal and Household Hazardous Waste will no longer be available for use.

 

As per Price Agreement Section 1.5.5 Purchase Order Contracts issued prior to this end date will survive the Price Agreement and will be honored accordingly.

Please be sure all Purchase Order Contracts are issued and fully executed in their entirety by end of business on August 13, 2022.

 

The State of Oregon intends to re-solicited for these services, but there is potential for gap in services between the end date of PA 8345 and the beginning of a new agreement.

Under  MCUA and Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (ORCPP) memberships, customers could potentially secure similar services through Washington Master Contract # 03614.

Additional options are to write a direct award, perform a three quote process or a mini solicitation in accordance with Oregon State Law.

 

If you have questions or concerns regarding this matter please reach out to Nancy Doll

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Nancy Doll, State Procurement Analyst, 971-349-2086 or via email at nancy.doll@das.oregon.gov.

"Eugene School District 4J is hosting a surplus furniture giveaway on July 12-13, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm each day at Camas Ridge Community Elementary School. This is a two-day event that will be open to both the public and to other interested school districts, charter schools, and state, county, and city agencies.

​There are desks, chairs, tables, shelving, book cases, preschool and kinder furniture, filing cabinets, and much more. Included in the attachment are some sample pictures, but there were far too many items to take pictures of everything.

All items will be available on a first come, first serve basis. Eugen School District will have a limited staff on site so please come prepared to move and haul away any items you wish to claim.

Please contact Dustin at warehouse@4j.lane.edu if you have any questions. Thank you!"

Dustin Hayden
Purchasing
Eugene School District 4J
hayden_d@4j.lane.edu | 541-790-7620

​The State of Oregon, through the Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services, participated in a NASPO ValuePoint interstate cooperative procurement conducted by the State of Mississippi for fire trucks and fire apparatus.

 

DASPS has awarded the following Participating Addenda for use by State of Oregon agencies and ORCPP members. Copies of the Participating Addenda and attachments can be found in OregonBuys under the Master Blanket Purchase Order numbers identified below.

 

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005817 – Rosenbauer South Dakota, LLC

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005584 - Pierce Manufacturing Inc.

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005871 - Skeeter Brush Trucks, LLC

OregonBuys Master Blanked Purchase Order # PO-10700-00005573 - HME, Ahrens-Fox Inc.

 

Refer to the attached Buyer Guide for ordering contacts and instructions.

 

Please continue to monitor OregonBuys for updates to the Participating Addenda.

  

Please contact me with any questions.

  

Brent Lutz OPBC

State Procurement Analyst

Commodities Team

(C) 971-719-3436

Brent.l.lutz@das.oregon.gov

http://procurement.oregon.gov

Good Day

For most of you this “ask” will take just a few seconds, and for those of you that do find your organization on the list below – the ORCPP Team needs your help with completing a task.

 

  1. Not on the list?  Then you are done and do not need to do anything further.
  2. If your organization is listed below, then we respectfully ask that you do the following as soon as possible as our window to complete IGA document transfers from the retired system ORPIN to OregonBuys closes May 31, 2022

 

Background:  The State of Oregon moved to a new e-procurement system -  OregonBuys (replaced ORPIN on July 1, 2021).

 

Purpose of this communication:  The State of Oregon and the Oregon Cooperative Purchasing Program are required enter the OrCPP IGA we have with your organization in the new system OregonBuys, and to do that, we need your organization to register as a “vendor” in system.

 

OregonBuys has TWO Sides:

 

Vendor or Supplier Side:  Where OrCPP members need to register so that DAS PS and your OrCPP IGA can be loaded by us, and your organization will/can use this side of the system to browse Grant and RFA opportunities posted by State Agencies.

 

Buyer Side:  This side is for shopping off of State contracts and using the system to post your organization’s bidding opportunities.  If you need access to search available contracts and post notices please send a request to be added on the buyer side to:  info.orcpp@das.oregon.gov  (DAS PS is the only entity that can grant access permissions to this side of system).

 

NOTE:  These two sides will have completely different logins.  You will want to keep them separate, depending on how and what you use the system for.

 

Here’s what to expect as you register on the vendor side of OregonBuys:

 

  1. Go to:  OregonBuys and click on the BLUE Register button in the top right corner

 

  1. You will need your organization’s EIN (as the system only allows one organizational registration)

 

  1. This should not take more than 5 minutes to complete the registration.  If you are having trouble registering your organization on the Vendor Side, please contact vendor/supplier support at:  support.oregonbuys@das.oregon.gov or by calling 855-800-5046

 

  1. Once your organization has completed the Vendor Registration in OregonBuys, please send a quick email to:  Anya.Corbitt@das.oregon.gov and let her know you have finished registering on the Vendor side of OregonBuys.

 

  1. Watch for announcements of upcoming webinars on “Getting the most out of OregonBuys and its functionality”.

​ 

Adrian School District

Alvord-Taylor Independent Living Services

Annex School District 29

Arlington School District 3

Ashwood School District

Astoria School District #1

Basin Transit Service Transportation District

Bend Parks and Recreation District

Blachly School District

Blodgett-Summit RFPD

Boardman Park and Recreation District

Bonanza-Langell Valley Vector Control District

Brookings-Harbor School District #17C

Camas Valley School Dist (Douglas Co Sch Dist 21)

Camp Morrow

Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District

Carlton Police Department

Cat Adoption Team

Central Curry School District

Central Point School District #6

Chehalem Park and Recreational District

Chemawa Indian School

Chilquin Vector Control District

City of Bandon

City of Bay City

City of Burns

City of Butte Falls

City of Cave Junction

City of Clatskanie

city of Corvallis

City of Cottage Grove

City of Creswell

City of Depoe Bay

City of Donald

City of Dundee

City of Eagle Point

City of Echo

city of Falls City

City of Garibaldi

City of Hood River

City of Hubbard

City of Keizer

City of La Grande Fire Department

City of Lakeside

city of Lowell

city of Lyons

City of Millersburg

City of Monroe

City of Mt. Vernon

city of Newberg

City of North Plains

City of Nyssa

city of Oakridge

City of Philomath

City of Riddle

city of Rogue River

City of Scotts Mills

City of Sheridan

City of Springfield

City of Stanfield

City of Waldport

city of Warrenton

City of Wheeler

City of Willamina

City of Winston

City of Woodburn

Clackamas 800 Radio Group

Clackamas Co Vector Control District

Clackamas County Children's Commission

Clackamas County Housing Authority

Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District

Clatsop Community College

Coburg Community Charter School

Coburg Rural Fire Protection District

Columbia River Public Utility District

Cooperative Procurement Program (City of Tillamook)

Cooperative Procurement Program (City of West Linn)

Cooperative Procurement Program (Grants Pass School Dist)

Coos Soil and Conservation District

Corbett Water District

Crisis Chaplaincy Services

Crook County Agricultural Extension Service District

Crook County School District

Crow Applegate Lorane School District

Curry Public Library District

Dallas Community School

Deschutes Public Library Dist

Dexter Rural Fire Protection District

Dufur School District

Eagle Charter School

Early Learning Hub, Inc.

East Improvement District

East Umatilla County Health District

Eastco Diversified Services, Inc.

Elkton Rural Fire Protection District

Emergency Communications of Southern Oregon

Explre Washington Park

Farmers Irrigation District

Fern Ridge School District 28J

First Baptist Church of Medford

Four Rivers Community School, Inc.

Goshen RFPD

Grant County Emergency Communications Agency

Grant County Transportation District

Grant School District #3

Green Sanitary District

Harrisburg School District

Helix Rural Fire Protection District

High Desert ESD

HOod River Parks and Recreation District

Howard Street Charter School

Jackson County Library District

Jackson County Vector Control

Jacksonville Fire Department

Jefferson County School District

Keizer Fire District

Kings Valley Charter School

Klamath Crisis Center

La Grande Parks % Recreation Department

Lake County Library District

Lake Grove Water District

Lane Education Service District

Langell Valley Irrigation District

League of Oregon Cities

Legislative Assembly

Lincoln County Library District

Lowell School District #71

Luckiamute Valley Charter Schools

Mapleton School District

Marcola School District

Marion County School District 45 (St. Paul School Dist)

Marion Soil and Water Conservation District

McKenzie School District #68

METCOM 911

Metro Area Communications Commission

Mid-Valley Behavioral Care Network

Milington Fire District

Montessori School of Beaverton

Mt. Angel School District

Myrtle Creek Fire Department

Neah-Kah-Nie School Distritct #56

Necanicum Watershed Council

Nehalem Bay Wastewater

NeighborWorks Umpqua

North Bay Fire District

North Bend School District

North Clackamas School District

North Douglas County Fire & EMS

North Fork John Day Watershed

North Gilliam County Health District

North Sherman County Rural Fire Protection District

Northwest Christian University

Oakridge School District

Ontario Recreation District

Opportunity Foundation of Central Oregon

Oregon Community College Association

Oregon Community Foundation

Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI)

Oregon School Activities Association

Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission

Perrydale School District

Phoenix Urban Renewal Agency

Pine Eagle School District

Port of Astoria

Port of Brookings-Harbor

Port of Newport

Port of Portland

Port of Siuslaw

Rainier School District #13

Redmond Area Park & Recreation District

Renaissance Public Academy

Ridgeline Montessori Public Charter School

River's Edge Academy Charter School

Rockwood Water PUD

Rogue River School District

Roseburg Public Schools

Roseburg Urban Sanitary Authority

Sandy Fire District

Santiam Canyon School District 129J

Scio School District #95c

Seaside School District #10

Senior Housing Initiative

Sheridan AllPrep Academy

Sherwood School District #88J

Siuslaw Public Library District

South Clackamas Transportation District

Southern Oregon Head Start

Southwestern Oregon Community College

Stayton Fire District

Suburban East Salem Water District

Sunset Empire Parks & Recreation District

Sunset Transportation District

Suntex School District

Talent Irrigation District

The Cottonwood School of Civics and Science

The Family Center

The Housing Authority of Yamhill County

The Lighthouse School

Three Rivers School District

Three Sisters Irrigation District

Tillamook Fire District

Town of Bonanza

Umatilla County SWCD

Union County School District 11

Vernonia School District #47J

Wallowa County Road Department

Wallowa Lake Irrigation District

Washington Consolidated Communications Agency

Western Mennonite School

Wheeler Soil & Water Conservation District

Wiard Memorial Park District

Wy'East Fire District

Yachats Rural Fire Protection District

Yamhill Carlton School Based Health Center

Yamhill-Carlton School District #1

 

 

As always, we are here to answer any questions and support you, and we thank you for your continued patience as the State of Oregon stands up the new system OregonBuys.

 

Sincerely Your OrCPP Team,

Info.ORCPP@das.oregon.gov

 

Kelly Stevens-Malnar

Adam Helvey

Anya Corbitt

Eugene School District Surplus Property Giveaway

Eugene School District 4J is having a surplus furniture giveaway (everything is free of charge!) and 4J wants to make sure school districts, charter schools, and state agencies have priority access. There are chairs, stools, tables, lockers, washer/dryers, filing cabinets, a piano, book cases, and even a trampoline looking for good homes; please take a look at the attached document (pictures available for most items) and e-mail warehouse@4j.lane.edu to put a claim in on an item. 

 

Our surplus site is located at Willard Elementary School, 2855 Lincoln Street, Eugene, OR 97405. After confirming a claim at warehouse@4j.lane.edu, we'll schedule a date/time to meet at Willard so you can haul away your new items.

 

Dustin Hayden

Purchasing

Eugene School District 4J

hayden_d@4j.lane.edu | 541-790-7620

DAS Procurement Services has executed 2 new Price Agreements for Emergency Response & Time Critical Removal Services of Oil & Hazardous Materials. These are convenience agreements. Please see OregonBuys for all documents associated with the Price Agreements.


​Price Agreement # PO-10700-00007539 – NRC Environmental Services Inc.

 

Price Agreement # PO-10700-00007513– NWFF Environmental

 

These 2 new Price Agreements replace the current Price Agreement (#5858) which expired May 13, 2022.

 

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

 

Jennifer Jolley, CPPB, OPBC

State Procurement Analyst, Business Services

(Cell) 971-900-7695

http://procurement.oregon.gov

Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

It's time once again to make you aware that we are going to be getting tons and tons of MRE's very soon. We have been allocated 180 pallets, which…is a lot. We don't really have room for 180 pallets here at Surplus Property, but 2 lots (72 pallets) have already been spoken for from our “Want List", and are being shipped direct to their respective donee agencies. This is really a great time to score some MRE's for your agency/organization, as we never know exactly when we will get more. Fortunately, these are located fairly close to us (Northern California), so despite the outrageous cost of fuel (and subsequent shipping costs), we are able to stick to our regular price of just $10 per case! How do we do it??? I don't know!!! We just do!!! You can purchase by the case, by the pallet (photo to the left is 2 pallets, 96 cases), by the truckload (1,728 cases)…..you have options! And let's just get this out of the way…..you cannot purchase for your doomsday prepper bunker. People always ask, and it's okay to ask, but these can only be sold to your agency/organization for their use. And no, you can't buy them from them either.

If you're interested in getting some of these for your agency, nonprofit organization or Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB), you must be eligible to purchase through the StateofOregonDepartmentofAdministrativeServicesEnterpriseAssetManagementStateandFederalSurplusPropertyProgram. If you're not sure, contact our eligibility specialist Carla Jeannette at 503-378-2753 carla.jeannette@das.oregon.gov. It's never good to miss out on an opportunity just because your eligibility has expired.

If you're interested in procuring some of these, contact our agency liaison Tim Dunayevich at 971-301-0193 or tim.dunayevich@das.oregon.gov, and he can get you fixed up! Pallets will begin to arrive early next week, so get your orders in early while supplies last!

 Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program Analyst  |  DAS Enterprise Asset Management  |  503-378-6022  | 

We have a couple of new things happening at state Surplus Property that I wanted to make you aware of. Some of it is new new, and some of it is kind of the same, but new-er. Anyway, please give this a read, and let me know if you have any questions!

  

Screening Federal Property

 

We are offering you, as an eligible agency, the chance to shop for federal Donation property for your agency/organization. Who if not you knows best about the kind of property you need to carry out your missions? Picture this: we give you login credentials to go into the federal government website (GSAXcess) where all the federal government property lives, and you look for property for your agency. If you are allocated property, you make your own shipping arrangements (or pick it up yourselves), pay a small Service Charge to us (because we still need to do administrative work), all for a discounted Service Charge.

 

How would it all work?

 

As an eligible agency in good standing, you would request login credentials (username and password) to gain access into GSAXcess, which is the federal government website that showcases all the property that is being made available. These credentials are view-only. Once you identify something you’re interested in, you would contact us to find out what the Service Charge would be. If you decide you would like us to request it for you, we will submit the request on your behalf. When the screening cycle ends (known as a “Surplus Release Date”, or SRD), GSA will allocate property to those that have requested it.

         

So, we’re not guaranteed the items we request?

 

There are factors that determine if your agency is allocated property. We are the “State Agency for Surplus Property”, or “SASP” for Oregon. For the most part, there is a SASP in each state (and some territories), so there are 50+ SASP’s around the world. Because of shipping costs, you’re probably not going to screen something located in Puerto Rico; likewise, donee’s in Puerto Rico are probably not going to screen items located at Fort Lewis WA. But, there is competition from other SASP’s, as well as the federal government, who can step in at any time and be allocated property. If you spot an item or items that you have an immediate need for, you can supply us with a letter on your agency’s letterhead that states you have an immediate need for the property. We will then forward that on to the person at GSA that allocates property, and if the other requesters don’t have an immediate need, this puts you to the head of the line. In some cases, you may be the only one requesting property, and you will be allocated the item(s) by default.


​So how do we get started?

 

First, you need to be an agency in good standing with Surplus Property (meaning your three-year eligibility is current). Then, you will need login credentials by contacting Mr. Don Tesdal in our office at 503-378-6051 or don.tesdal@das.oregon.gov, and he will get you signed up. Note: Mr. Tesdal will need a good email address, as GSAXcess uses “Multi-factor authentication” to log you in. Watch a brief presentation from GSA located here (less than 2 minutes),and read through a short tutorial on how to screen property located here (only 3 pages WITH PICTURES!)

 

This is a great opportunity to acquire items for your agency or organization, while saving money in the process. If you would like more information, or simply need clarification on anything covered here, please feel free to contact me and I will be glad to help you out.

  

The ”Want List”

 

Surplus Property has revamped the entire Want List process, from beginning to end. Long gone are the days of temperamental PDF’s and submission buttons that don’t work. Lately, we have evolved and taken the “Want List” submission form and made it an integral part of the web page, rather than relying on a separate form. As far as the master list is concerned, we’ve changed the way we track requests on the back end. Most of these changes are ones the typical user will never see, but it helps Surplus staff track requests and get you the items you request for your agency or organization. We’ve also included instructions and examples of the types of property that should be requested through the Want List.

To check out the new Want List submission instructions and form, click here and scroll to the bottom of the page.

Comings and Goings

Earlier in the year, Surplus Property lost our agency salesperson Joe Mannion, as he has accepted a position as Horticulture Director at Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens. Instead of hiring a replacement, our previous agency salesperson Tim Dunayevich is filling Joe’s vacancy, and becoming more of an agency liaison. Tim will not only handle agency sales, but he will be taking on the duties of state screener, and basically anything having to do with agencies, whether purchasing or turning in property.

Lastly, we have a new hire that will be performing a lot of the federal property receiving. His name is Joe Vaillancourt, and he comes to us from the Oregon Department of Revenue. Joe has many years of experience receiving and routing of property and supplies, and he will be busy learning both state and federal property receiving and marketing in the coming weeks.

Be sure to stop by and say “hi” to Joe on your next visit to Surplus Property!

Reminder: Surplus Property is open 8-5PM Monday-Friday for your shopping convenience. We don’t even make you wear masks anymore, so come pay us a visit!

Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program Analyst  |  DAS Enterprise Asset Management  |  503-378-6022  |  www.oregonsurplus.com       

darren.kennedy@das.oregon.gov

This is to alert you to be on the lookout for a potential phishing email.


Loomis Armored, which holds DAS PS Price Agreement 3396, recently notified DAS PS that one of its employees responded to a phishing scam email with some customer information. The scammer was impersonating the CFO of Loomis.

The email requested information for Loomis customers with outstanding balances. The response provided customer business names, phone numbers, account balances, the internal Loomis account number, and contact information for the individuals responsible for payment. We do not have a list of any specific customers for whom the information was provided. Since DAS PS received a notice, we assume that some of our customers’ information may have been shared, so we are alerting you out of an abundance of caution. DAS PS does not know if your information was shared with the scammer, or if any purchasers have received emails from the scammer.

While we have shared the notice with DAS Cyber Security Services, DAS PS has not notified any other security team.

If you receive a request to change Loomis’s payment information, or you believe you recently directed a payment to a “new” Loomis account:

  1. Follow your agency’s instructions for reporting phishing emails to the appropriate personnel.

 

  1. Loomis asks that you contact them at invoicequestion@us.loomis.com or by phone at (844) 578-5728.

Importantly, Loomis stated that it did not send customer banking, credit card or other sensitive information to the scammer. Loomis clarified it does not request this form of information through email, and that it would never request a change in where or how to make your payment without reaching out to you with a formal letter via US mail, or a telephone call.

DAS PS is encouraging Authorized Purchasers to review information on how to spot and avoid phishing attempts.

DAS Cyber Security Services shared the following examples of how to spot emails that are phishing attempts:

  • The email address is different than the official one.
  • The domain is misspelled, mismatched, or unusual.
  • The email contains grammar or spelling mistakes.
  • The email includes infected attachments or suspicious links.
  • The message has an unexpected sense of urgency, or tries to get you to panic.
  • The message requests credentials, payment information or other personal information.
  • The message has an unfamiliar or unusual greeting or salutation.
  • The message states the sender has noticed some suspicious activity or log-in attempts.
  • The message claims there's a problem with your account or your payment information.
  • The email requires you to confirm some personal information.
  • The sender wants you to click on a link to make a payment.
  • The message says you’re eligible to register for a government refund.
  • The email says your account is on hold because of a billing problem.
  • The email invites you to click on a link to update your payment details.
  • The email includes unsolicited or unexpected attachments.

 

Here are additional resources on how to spot and avoid phishing scams:

 

 

 Dion Kerlee

State Procurement Analyst,

DAS PS Business Services

Phone: 971-349-0518

For All State agencies and ORCPP members.

Please provide the following information if you have solid plans to utilize this contract in the next 6-9 months. Information requested is:

            Agency/Entity Name: ________________________

            Event Name/Date(s): ________________________

            Location(s):_________________________________

Repeat information for multiple events please.


It is very important I have this information as soon as possible, please respond no later than Friday 5/13/2022 at 5pm.

 

Reply directly to nancy.doll@das.oregon.gov           

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Nancy Doll, State Procurement Analyst at 971-349-2086 or via email nancy.doll@das.oregon.gov

  

Nancy A Doll, CPPB, OPBC

State Procurement Analyst

Commodities Team

(P)971-349-2086

http://procurement.oregon.gov

Enterprise Information Services is excited to invite you to our second Cyber Security Webinar – Discovery of Gaps.  We are partnering with our State of Oregon Cyber Security Vendors to present 10 topics specifically for business decision makers, cyber security, and IT personnel.

Our second webinar, Discovery of Gaps, is May 12th from 1-2:30pm.  Please see the attached flyer for more information.  Included in this email is an iCalendar invite that can put the event on your calendar. 

We will be offering a webinar every other month until the completion of the series.  Please visit out Cyber Security Webinar webpage to see upcoming topics and dates, recordings of past webinars and 1-pagers about our vendors at: https://www.oregon.gov/das/OSCIO/Pages/eis-security-​webinars.aspx.

Tara Maffeo

Enterprise Information Services

Strategy and Design

503-871-0366|Tara.Maffeo@das.oregon.gov

 

It is with some reluctance that Franz Bakery has announced the need to increase pricing. A 15% increase across all products will go into effect May 16, 2022. This pricing will be loaded to OregonBuys so agencies can plan accordingly. These prices are effective in all regions.

 

Feel free to reach out with questions or concerns.

 

 

 

 

Nancy A Doll, CPPB, OPBC

State Procurement Analyst

Commodities Team

(P)971-349-2086

http://procurement.oregon.gov

 

 


DAS PS issued a Notice of Intent to Award for OregonBuys Open Market Bid S-10700-00000860 September 8, 2021.

The Intent to Award  Notice (ITA) named 15 suppliers as Apparent Successful Proposers. The ITA is attached for your convenience. No Award Protests were received.

DAS PS recently uploaded the remaining 6 of the 15 Price Agreements into OregonBuys. If you are unable to access the Price Agreement documents for any of the suppliers listed in the Buyer's Guide please contact the DAS PS Contract Administrator listed below.

The process of Price Agreement execution has been completed and all 15 Price Agreements have been fully executed and are available for use. Look for another Buyer Link notification when the remaining 6 Price Agreements are fully executed, uploaded into OregonBuys and available for use.

Authorized Purchasers are advised to read the Buyer's Guide and Service Order Process. Authorized Purchasers are reminded that this series of Price Agreements is for Interpreting Services only and does not make available American Sign Language Interpreting (ASL), Video Remote Interpreting (VRI), Telephonic Interpreting or any other form of Language Services.

Authorized Purchaser shall order services according to Price Agreement Exhibit 2 - Service Order Process.

See Price Agreement Section 5 - Ordering Methods; Vendor Collected Administrative Fees and Price Agreement Exhibit 2 - Service Order Process for complete ordering instructions.

If after reviewing the Buyer's Guide and Price Agreement documents you have questions please contact the DAS PS Contract Administrator below.

​Dion Kerlee

State Procurement Analyst,

DAS PS Business Services

Phone: 971-349-0518

The DAS Procurement Services Training Team recently offered a course on our certification program, and you may now view the recording!  You will view a recording of the Oregon Public Procurement Certification Program Overview live webinar, presented in March 2022.  The webinar details the requirements for achieving a Oregon Public Procurement Certification.

Topics include:

  • Description of the 3 certification requirements
  • A listing of resources detailing the certification process
  • Contact information for post-webinar questions

​If you would like to view this webinar, you may use this link to go directly to the course in Workday Learning:  DAS - PS - Oregon Public Procurement Certification Program Overview 2022 (Recorded).  You will be asked to log into Workday to access this course.  

​Good afternoon ORCPP members,

Category: Commodities / New MBPO # PO-10700-00006980

 

To All State Agencies and current members of ORCPP:

 

Please be advised the above referenced Master Blanket Purchase Order Price Agreement, (a.k.a. Price Agreement), signed with Commercial Tire is now available for viewing and use within OregonBuys.

 

This agreement is the first of two to be issued by DAS.

 

For more information regarding this message, please contact:

 

John Starrs

State Procurement Analyst

DAS – Procurement Services

John.Starrs@Das.Oregon.Gov

971-349-2539

Hello Fellow Procurementarians!

 

CareOregon has been named Best Workplace and Best Nonprofit 4 years in row!  Check out their two positions available – Apply today!

 

Procurement and Contract Analyst I – Flex Schedule – Remote in OR or SW WA

CareOregon is seeking a Procurement and Contract Analyst I to join the finance team (M-TH 10 hour shifts or M-F 8 hour shifts - remote). This position involves conducting effective cost analyses, conducting the procurement process, developing and negotiating contracts, performing contract administration duties, ensuring quality control and compliance, and participating in company initiatives. Two years procurement experience required. CareOregon is among the top-rated nonprofits in Oregon, noted especially for our work/life flexibility. We offer competitive salaries and generous benefits. To apply visit www.careoregon.org/careers and search for requisition 20426. If you have any difficulty submitting your resume through the online process, please let us know by emailing recruitment@careoregon.org

Procurement and Contract Analyst II – Flex Schedule – Remote in OR or SW WA (2 opens)

CareOregon is seeking two Procurement and Contract Analyst II’s to join the finance team (M-TH 10 hour shifts or M-F 8 hour shifts - remote). This position involves conducting effective cost analyses, conducting the procurement process, developing and negotiating contracts, performing contract administration duties, ensuring quality control and compliance, and participating in company initiatives. Three years procurement experience required. CareOregon is among the top-rated nonprofits in Oregon, noted especially for our work/life flexibility. We offer competitive salaries and generous benefits. To apply visit www.careoregon.org/careers and search for requisition 20425. If you have any difficulty submitting your resume through the online process, please let us know by emailing recruitment@careoregon.org

​ 

Cat Sauter | Pronouns: She/Her

Recruiting Assistant

Work | 503-416-5766 | Fax | 503-416-1462

careoregon.org

​Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

 

One of our members is looking to provide a free resource to anyone who wants them.  There are 5 round tables and 32 oval.  If anyone is interested, they just have to be willing to pick them up.  If you do have interest, please contact Jackie below.  Thanks.

 

Jackie Flory/Purchasing Coordinator

815 South Oakdale Avenue

Medford, OR 97501

(541) 842-3068

 (541) 842-1160 fax

jackie.flory@medford.k12.or.us

https://www.medford.k12.or.us/Domain/85

Hello,

As a Cooperative Purchasing Program Member, we want to ensure you’re fully aware of program updates and new system features and functionality available to you.


Please join us for a webinar on March 30, 2022, at 10:00am for answers to common questions about OregonBuys, as well as recent updates and improvements to the program.

This webinar will cover the following topics:

 

  • Improved searching capabilities in OregonBuys
  • ORCPP Program Updates
  • Statewide Price Agreement Updates
  • Registering as a User “Basic Purchaser” and a Supplier “Seller” in OregonBuys – What’s the difference and Why your organization may need both!

Please join Kelly Stevens-Malnar, Department of Administrative Services/Procurement Services Cooperative Program Manager and Tim Hay, OregonBuys Government Account Manager for this special event.


​​**Register today for the webinar at the following link: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cWgzb5_VTuKMopNmzVjHfg

**Upon registration you will receive a Registration Confirmation email with the direct link to access the webinar on March 30th.

 

We look forward to seeing you next Wednesday.  This will be recorded and available to view post-webinar within a day or two, but we encourage you to join us for the live webinar and ask questions!

 

Sincerely,

 

Kelly Stevens-Malnar

Adam Helvey

Cooperative Program Managers

Info.orcpp@das.oregon.gov 

Dear Procurementarians,

 

As we start to wind down from the COVID-19 pandemic, you might be thinking of what to do with all the hand sanitizer that’s left over.One thing I have found that I had never given any thought to was that because of the alcohol/flammability properties of hand sanitizer, it is actually considered hazardous waste. Take this federal government language for instance:

 

“Federal disposal guidelines require all alcohol-based hand sanitizers be treated as hazardous waste due to the ignitability characteristic (40 CFR § 261.21). Proper disposal can only be achieved through a waste hauler qualified to manage hazardous waste”.

https://www.dm.usda.gov/procurement/docs/Final_USDA_Handsanitizer_Guidance.pdf

Given this, we here at Surplus Property ask that agencies NOT send their hand sanitizer to us. We don’t have the facilities or the means to handle mass quantities of this type of product, and nobody needs hand sanitizer anymore. What we have found is that most all counties in Oregon do have the means to dispose of hand sanitizer. I would suggest Googling your county’s solid waste disposal program and following their suggestions. Perhaps, as a coordinated effort, your facilities could do a “milk run” of the various locations, and gather hand sanitizer to take to your local counties drop-off site(I’m not volunteering anybody, it’s just a suggestion, and even then, only if they’re qualified to do so). The bottom line is that there are options available for disposal, but the options that are NOT available are:

 

  • Dropping off at Surplus Property
  • Dumping down the sink
  • Setting it outside and waiting for it to evaporate
  • Throwing it in the trash

 

As I mentioned, I had never given any thought to it, but hopefully now you can too. I’m sure there are others that can speak to this as well (I’m thinking sustainability people), but I just wanted to bring it to your attention, so you’re not stuck with mass quantities of potential hazardous waste.

 

Thanks everyone, and have a great rest of the week!

 

Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program Analyst  |  DAS Enterprise Asset Management  |  503-378-6022  |  www.oregonsurplus.com

Many Public Agencies have received a notice from Relay Resources notifying of their intent to stop providing Document destruction service by March 31, 2022. (See Attached)Unfortunately, there is no Oregon Forward Contractor that can provide that service in the Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington County areas. Further, there is no statewide or regional Price Agreement for these services at this time. Relay has indicated some flexibility and may be able to assist in an agencies transition by making an additional pickup a short time after March 31st, but the public agency should contact them at shredding@relayresources.orgto negotiate that possibility.

 

Public Agencies that have utilized Relay for this service might establish a purchase order for this service with one of the numerous document destruction companies in the Portland Metropolitan area if there is an immediate need for that service after March 31st. Procurement Services is studying the possibility of a statewide Price Agreement, but that process will take several months at least. Conversely, some agencies may wish to solicit for this service by conducting an RFP.

 

I am sorry for the obvious inconvenience of this announcement.

 

Contact either myself or Rena Sawyer at rena.sawyer@das.oregon.gov with questions.

 

Thank you,

​​Darvin Pierce

Oregon Forward (QRF) Program Coordinator

971-718-6212

​Dear Procurementarians,

 

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT to you and me) has a donation they would like to…..donate. They have many 1 gallon jugs of VitalOxide Residential, Commercial & Hospital Disinfectant they would like to find a good home for. This kills harmful bacteria on hard and soft surfaces, and inhibits & keeps mold and mildew from growing for up to 4 weeks. Yes, I just totally plagiarized the label on the outside of the jug in the photo, but it sounded so good, I just couldn’t resist. Also, it is getting close to the expiration date, so plan on using it soon.

 

If you are interested in some, and can get over to ODOT to pick it up, I’m sure they would be happy to help you out. Rumor has it that these are one gallon jugs, and there are approximately 90 jugs available. The contact person over at ODOT is Jim McIntyre, 503 986-2740. Please, please please, contact Mr. McIntyre if you are interested……if you reply to me saying you’ll take some, there’s not a thing I can do for you. I am just the messenger.

 

Now, go forth and…disinfect!

​Dear Procurementarians, eligible donee's, local governments, nonprofit organizations et al;

I gotta tell ya, lately we have been getting creamed….CREAMED I tell you….with office furniture. You've all seen it. You know what it is. Desks, chairs, file cabinets, book cases, you name it. This prison closes, that office is COVID downsizing, and the results are SEMI-LOADS of office furniture. It's like the Cascade subduction zone and subsequent tsunami of office stuff. So, drastic times call for drastic measures.

If you know me, I don't like to use the “F" word, but here goes…..we are letting items go for fr…..go for fru…..free. There, I said it. Yes, that's right. We are to the point where we will be giving items away for fri….no cost. What's the catch you say? Nothing really that we don't ask of you anyway. Nothing to Draconian, just stipulations. Ready?

  • You MUST be a donee in good standing with StateofOregonDepartmentofAdministrativeServicesEnterpriseAssetManagementStateandFederalSurplusPropertyProgram (AKA Surplus). This means you need to be an authorized signer on your account (or get a permission slip from one), OR be a SPOTS card holder, and your three year eligibility has not expired. Now is not a good time to find out your eligibility has expired.
  • You will have to be able to haul your spoils off that very instant. I suggest a pickup or like vehicle. No Prius' (Priusi?) unless you find a box of paperclips in a desk drawer that you MUST have.
  • No “Holds". What does this mean? No “I'll just put this hold slip on it and I'll come back tomorrow with my husband's/wife's pickup" No. Holds. Allowed.
  • Fair and equitable distribution. This means you can't take ¾ of the leaning tower of furniture. We need to spread the love and let everybody have a crack at getting no cost stuff.
  • You will be getting items for your agency/program. If they want to get something and have you take it home because you work from home, my name is Paul and that's between y'all. We are not the WFH police. All accountability is on you and your program. If you want to buy something for your home office, you can shop the General Store where stuff ought to be fre…no cost, because it's so dang cheap! Items in the General Store are 50% off through March 4, so give our cashier a call at 503-378-6037 to make an appointment to shop the General Store.
  • Speaking of calling…..did you ever offer something for no cost on Craigslist, and somebody calls and starts asking a bunch of questions about it? Like c'mon, it's fffffff……it costs nothing! Ugh, we hate it when people do that to us too! Under normal circumstances we'd be happy to, but these are not normal circumstances, so please, I'm begging you, don't.
  • Masks and social distancing is still a thing here at Surplus. Yes I know, but please just play along. It's almost over.

Okay, it's not THAT bad. It's stuff we have you do all the time anyway. I can't tell you what all we have, but I can tell you that the reason we're getting so much lately is because of a consolidation and closing of Correctional facilities, so a lot of it is Oregon Corrections Enterprise items….that's the good stuff.

We are open 8:00-5:00 Monday-Friday, and the early bird gets the worm. If you have any questions, just let me know (my contact info is below). If you're not certain of your eligibility status, contact Carla Jeannette at 503-378-2753  carla.jeannette@das.oregon.gov and she can let you know what's up.

That about covers it….oh! This starts at 8:00 AM Wednesday February 16, so come one come all and get stuff for your cubies! Short notice I know. It was for us too.

Thanks everybody, have a great day!

The State of Oregon, through the Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS), participated in a NASPO ValuePoint interstate cooperative procurement conducted by the State of Idaho for laboratory equipment and supplies.

The State of Idaho, as the lead state, awarded Master Agreements.  

DAS PS awarded Participating Addenda for use by Authorized Purchasers (State of Oregon agencies and OrCPP members) to:

VWR International, LLC – PA 6455

Fisher Scientific Company, LLC – PA 6456

The State of Idaho extended the term of the Master Agreements with VWR International, LLC and Fisher Scientific Company, LLC to March 31, 2023.  The terms of Oregon's Participating Addenda with these suppliers are coterminous with the Master Agreements, therefore their terms are also extended to March 31, 2023.

Oregon's Participating Addenda are available in OregonBuys.

For further information, please contact the undersigned.

Keri Ashford, CPPB, OPBC
State Procurement Analyst
State of Oregon | Department of Administrative Services | Enterprise Goods & Services | Procurement Services |
keri.a.ashford@das.oregon.gov | 971.349.2399 | 1225 Ferry St SE | Salem, OR 97301

Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

I have recently been assigned and am now the DAS PS Contract Administrator for the Statewide Accounts Receivable Management/Debt Collection Price Agreements. These Price Agreements were previously Administered by Tim Jenks, who retired a few months ago.

In my ability to get up to speed, I am performing a periodic review (survey) of these Price Agreements. If your entity uses any of the following agreements, please take this short survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3J3K6R5 to assist me with my Contract Administration efforts. This survey should take approximately 3 minutes, or less, to complete and the survey period will close at 5pm on March 7th. Amendments to extend these Price Agreement will be complete and posted in OregonBuys in mid-March. 

PA# DASPS-3356-20_Account Control Technology

PA# DASPS-3357-20_Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP
PA# DASPS-3358-20_Integral Recoveries Inc.
PA# DASPS-3359-20_Coast Professional Inc.
PA# DASPS-3360-20_Professional Credit Services

Important Note:

Price Agreement #DASPS-3355-20 held by Premier Credit of North America has been terminated effectively immediately.  If your entity has any ordering instruments issued with this provider please cancel your order and follow the Buyers Guide to issue a new PO to do the work with one of the other Contractors under one of the other PA's.

Please feel free to contact me directly if you have questions.

Thank you, 

Kim

Kim R. O'Neill, OPBC, CPPB,

Contract Specialist, Business Services

Office hours 6:30am – 3pm M-F

Cell # 971-349-0114

Kim.R.ONeill@DAS.Oregon.gov

​Dear Procurementarians et al,

 

Our friends at Portland Public Schools (or just PPS) have a few items that they would like to see go to a deserving home. Attached is a PDF of those items, so take a look and if you think you can provide a safe and nurturing environment for these inanimate items, please feel free to contact the individuals listed below, and they can work it out with you!

 

Cafeteria tables, folding 12' 

6 with round chairs

20 dark wood

 Student Double desks  L and T bar legs 

 Student 6 place tables 36x72, and random 30x60  T- legs and some 4 post legs (removed for storage)

 Adult wood chairs

 Pre K- Kinder sized Wood chairs _most are in better shape than this one,

 Rolling side chair adult/ middle school

   

Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program Analyst  |  DAS Enterprise Asset Management  |  503-378-6022  |  www.oregonsurplus.com

To improve our service, we commit to you a “Service Pledge” to be KNOWLEDGEABLE, RESPECTFUL and RESPONSIVE in our business and interactions. Please contact Sven Anderson at sven.anderson@das.oregon.gov to provide feedback on my service.

Join Basecamp's IT Research and Advisory Services Renewal Webinar!

The Basecamp Program is pleased to invite you to hear about recent updates to our IT Research and Advisory Services (ITRAS) portfolio. The ITRAS portfolio features Statewide IT Master Price and Services Agreements (MPSA's) with Gartner(#8346) and Info-Tech (#8347) for subscription-based IT Research and Advisory Services and related specialized services. 

Join us for an informational webinar on Tuesday, February 22, 2022, at 10am, to hear presentations by each vendor highlighting new service menu offerings and pricing updates included in recent MPSA renewals. The Department of Administrative Services (DAS) Procurement Services will also share the portfolio's new Buyer's Guide and Work Order Template. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions, so come prepared to participate!

What: Basecamp ITRAS Portfolio Renewal Webinar 

When: Tuesday, February 22, 2022, 10-11 a.m.

Where: Microsoft Teams

Click here to join the meeting

If you can't join the webinar, feel free to call in:

Dial: 503-446-4951

Conference ID: 336 357 372#

Please forward this announcement to anyone you think may be interested. The event will be recorded and linked to Basecamp's IT Catalog. If you have any questions, email us at Basecamp@das.oregon.gov

See you at the summit!

The Basecamp Team & DAS Procurement Services

 


Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

​New Price Agreement Series – Interpreting Services

DAS PS issued a Notice of Intent to Award for OregonBuys Open Market Bid S-10700-00000860 September 8, 2021.

The Intent to Award  Notice (ITA) named 15 suppliers as Apparent Successful Proposers. The ITA is attached for your convenience. No Award Protests were received.

DAS PS recently uploaded 9 of the 15 Price Agreements into OregonBuys.

The process of Price Agreement execution has been completed and 9 Price Agreements have been fully executed and are available for use. Look for another Buyer Link notification when the remaining 6 Price Agreements are fully executed, uploaded into OregonBuys and available for use.

Authorized Purchasers are advised to read the Buyer’s Guide and Service Order Process. Authorized Purchasers are reminded that this series of Price Agreements is for Interpreting Services only and does not make available American Sign Language Interpreting (ASL), Video Remote Interpreting (VRI), Telephonic Interpreting or any other form of Language Services.

Authorized Purchaser shall order services according to Price Agreement Exhibit 2 - Service Order Process.

See Price Agreement Section 5 - Ordering Methods; Vendor Collected Administrative Fees and Price Agreement Exhibit 2 - Service Order Process for complete ordering instructions.

If after reviewing the Buyer’s Guide and Price Agreement documents you have questions please contact the DAS PS Contract Administrator below.

 

Dion Kerleé, CPPB, OPBC OCAC

State Procurement Analyst, Business Services

Oregon Department of Administrative Services

Procurement Services Office

Phone: 971-349-0518

http://procurement.oregon.gov

Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

Here is a message from Darren Kennedy at DAS Surplus:


Dear Procurementarians, Donee’s and distinguished Surplus customers,


​It’s that time of year when I introduce your agency/organization/business to the opportunity of becoming a NASASP Associate Member. What is this you ask? Read on!

 

We (the State of Oregon State and Federal Surplus Property program) are what is known as a “SASP”, or State Agency for Surplus Property. There is one of us, in one form or another, in each state. We belong to a national organization called “NASASP”, or “National Association…”, well, you get the idea. The NASASP serves many functions, but the most direct impact it has on Donee’s is lobbying the federal government to supply quality federal surplus items to agencies such as yours. NASASP is funded through dues paid by the states, as well as dues from associate memberships and corporate sponsors. This is where you come in.

 

To become an Associate Member involves a $39.00 a year commitment to the NASASP. Instead of me explaining it all, I will instead send you directly to their webpage that explains the reasons and benefits of becoming an Associate Member. You can access this page by clicking here. Participation is a year-by-year commitment, so you’re not locked in to participating every single year afterward; although that would be nice, it is not required. By becoming an annual Associate Member, you help determine the quantity and quality of items that can come to the Oregon SASP.

 

Now, if you are current eligible Donee with Oregon Surplus property, you may be wondering if your becoming an Associate Member affects your eligibility in any way, and the answer is no, it does not. If you decide to not become an Associate Member with NASASP, it will not affect your eligibility. If you do decide to become a member, it does not automatically make you eligible to be a Donee with Oregon Surplus property. The two things are mutually exclusive, and one doesn’t have anything to do with the other.

 

So please consider becoming an Associate Member in NASASP, and help determine outcomes that ultimately benefit your community through improved access to quality surplus equipment. If you would like to know more, I have attached a flier to this email, or visit the NASASP website at WWW.NASASP.org.

 

Thank you all for your time and attention, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.                                                                                                

 

Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program Analyst  |  DAS Enterprise Asset Management  |  503-378-6022  |  www.oregonsurplus.com

To improve our service, we commit to you a “Service Pledge” to be KNOWLEDGEABLE, RESPECTFUL and RESPONSIVE in our business and interactions. Please contact Sven Anderson at sven.anderson@oregon.gov to provide feedback on my service.

Good Morning OrCPP Members, 
 
The State of Virginia awarded several Master Agreements from an RFP on behalf of NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Program and other Purchasing Entities. Oregon as a Participating State awarded Oregon Participating Addendums to 3 of the awardees for our Region 10. I have done Amendments to two awardees to extend term and price increase. One awardee has decided to terminate the agreement and DAS PS has agreed for convenance. Therefore there are now two awardees which are listed below.
 
List of awarded Suppliers are below:
 
1. Elevate UAS, LLC – PO-10700-00003403
2. Tetra Tech, Inc.– PO-10700-00003432
 
The referenced Price Agreements, Amendments, updated Pricing Schedule, type of services provided, and Buyers Guide are located on the OregonBuys system and the updated Buyers Guide is attached for your convenience. Please download documents that contain full details from this website:   
 
As Contract Administrator for these Agreements please contact me if you have any questions or require any assistance. 
 
For more information regarding this message, contact Shirley A. Smith, State Procurement Analyst by phone or email below.
 
Shirley A. Smith
State Procurement Analyst
(P) 971-718-7428  (F) 503-373-1626

Daily Buyers-Link with any current available Masks which are Infection Prevention Mask products that vendors provided to me by this morning. This is being done in hopes to assist Authorized Purchasers acquire the products more quickly if needed. Vendors are to only provide product quantities that can be sent out to any purchaser within 24 hours of an order.

 

List of current available products are attached. These lists may change daily and I hope this helps!

 

As Contract Administrator for these Agreements please contact me if you have any questions or require any assistance.

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Shirley A. Smith, State Procurement Analyst by phone or email below.

 

Shirley A. Smith

State Procurement Analyst

(P) 971-718-7428  (F) 503-373-1626

Shirley.smith@das.oregon.gov

​On May 28, 2020, the State of Oregon established an Oregon Statewide Price Agreement for Medical Staffing Services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Price Agreement is for the benefit of Oregon State agencies and members of the Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (ORCPP ), (Collectively “Authorized Purchasers”). Authorized Purchasers may award one or more Work Order Contracts (WOC) pursuant to the provisions of this Price Agreement. 

 

PA#DASPS-3399-20 has been amended to extend term, add additional staff type, adjust rates, and updated the Buyers Guide as well.

 

The Statewide Agreement with sample WOC and all amendments are posted on the OregonBuys system and can be downloaded from there. I have attached the updated Buyers Guide for convenance.

 

If you have any questions or comments please call or email the Contract Administrator for this Price Agreement, Shirley A. Smith at contact information below.

   

Shirley A. Smith

State Procurement Analyst

Email shirley.smith@das.oregon.gov

(P) 971-718-7428  (F) 503-373-1626

​Happy New Year, Procumentarians!  Do you need contact hours to obtain or renew a certification?  Do you need a refresher on Oregon procurement?  Are you new to procurement and need to understand the process?  DAS Procurement Services offers a variety of courses to help you perform at your very best!

 

DAS Procurement Services is exploring a new course schedule!  All courses will be offered within two-month terms, and there will be three terms in 2022.  Courses will be offered in January/February and will repeat in May/June and September/October.  All 2022 course dates are available for registration in Workday Learning now!  Click on the blue links below to go directly to the course in Workday Learning (you’ll be asked to log in first).  Dates are listed below for the January/February term courses, but registration for classes offered in later terms is also open in Workday Learning.

 

All DAS Procurement Services courses will be taught online as a live webinar. 

 

DAS – PS – Small Procurements Tuesday, January 11, 2022; 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

This course explores the method and procedure for conducting a Small Procurement (up to $10,000) in accordance with Oregon Revised Statute and Oregon Administrative Rules. Topics covered include procurement authority, sourcing methods, and procurement thresholds.

 

DAS - PS – Using Statewide Price AgreementsThursday, January 13, 2022; 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

This class will help procurement professionals learn how to use statewide price agreements. Attendees will gain practical tips for effective use of the wide variety of price agreements available for use. This hands-on-experience will solve many of the “price agreement mysteries.”

 

DAS – PS – Fundamentals of Procurement – January 18, 20, 25 & 27, 2022; 8:30 am – 12:00 pm each day

This interactive class will focus on procuring goods and services between $10,000 and $150,000 with emphasis on statutory requirements and best practices. Topics related to purchasing practices such as ethics, procurement authority, and negotiations will also be discussed.

 

DAS PS – Principles of Public Procurement WEBINARFebruary 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22 & 24, 2022; 8:30 am – 12:30 pm each day

This class addresses the basics of Oregon public procurement for any State of Oregon employee who conducts procurements that are between $10,000 - $150,000 and greater, provides all public entity employees (state and local) instruction in conducting procurements that are between $10,000 - $150,000 and greater and provides a foundational overview for anyone who is new to Oregon public procurement.

 

DAS – PS – Market Research in Public ProcurementFebruary 2 & 9, 2022; 8:30 am – 12:00 pm each day

This course is focused upon using what students have learned in other classes about basic Market Research and moving beyond that to Market Analysis and Market Intelligence levels.   Students will learn about available resources and tools to ultimately arrive at “best value” in public contracting.  An introductory exposure to market research is assumed but a brief overview will be provided.

 

DAS – PS – Writing a Statement of Work Wednesday, February 16, 2022; 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

This class will use a statement of work writing guide to create a statement of work. The class will help you determine likely weak points, questions to ask, and how to improve your statement of work. This class will also provide valuable writing tips, pointers on the use of terms such as, shall-must-may-will, and steps in writing a statement of work.

 

DAS PS – Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement February 28 & March 2, 2022; 8:30 am – 12:00 pm each day

This class will focus on procuring goods and services in a sustainable and green manner in accordance with the Oregon Sustainability Act of 2001. Topics related to sustainable procurement will be discussed, such as what is sustainable procurement and what does this mean to state agencies? 

 

The Oregon Procurement Basic Exam (OPBC), the Oregon Procurement Intermediate Exam (OPIC) and the Oregon Procurement Advanced Exam (OPAC) will be offered on March 9, 2022 from 8:30 am11:30 am for those trying to earn an certification. 

 

Please contact the DAS Procurement Services Training Team if you have any questions about our courses.

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Program Assistant at 971-349-2428 or via email at anya.corbitt@das.oregon.gov.

 

 DAS Procurement Services Training Team

Egsps.training@oregon.gov

http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx


​The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (“DAS PS”) on behalf of itself, other state agencies, and members of the Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (“ORCPP”) solicited an ITB for Face Covering, Masks, Shields, Related Products and other Personal Protective Equipment (“PPE”). DAS PS had awarded 17 Statewide Price Agreement(s).

 

The updated Buyers Guide is posted on the “OregonBuys” system under each individual award. Some changes were to suppliers contact name, phone, and added Oregon specific websites that direct you to that suppliers awarded products. I have attached the Updated Buyers Guide for convenience.

 

Awarded Agreements:

 

  1. PA#1704 US Health Express
  2. PA#1706 Excel Gloves & Safety Supplies dba Excel Supply
  3. PA#1707 Gurbaksh Chahal dba ProcureNet America
  4. PA#1708 HKA Trading
  5. PA#1709 ReadyMax
  6. PA#1710 Zoom Eyeworks dba ICU Eyewear
  7. PA#1725 308 Systems dba Standard Mask Company
  8. PA#1727 Medica PPE
  9. PA#1730 Conscendo Aviation Investments dba Conscendo Medical Products
  10. PA#1731 Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions
  11. PA#1732 Focus Industries
  12. PA#1733 DW Fritz Automation
  13. PA#1735 Core X System
  14. PA#1736 Protex Labs
  15. PA#1737 B2B Global Hub
  16. PA#1738 Tricol Biomedical
  17. PA#1739 Mini Wing USA

 

If you have any questions please call or email the Contract Administrator for these Price Agreement(s), Shirley A. Smith at contact information below.

  

Shirley A. Smith

State Procurement Analyst

Email shirley.smith@das.oregon.gov

(P) 971-718-7428  (F) 503-373-1626

Good Day 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 (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MYBMTRB) 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.

​Eric A. Morris, Business Enterprise Program Director

Oregon Commission for the Blind

Eric.Morris@ocb.oregon.gov

971-673-1588

Dear Procurementarians,

We’ve been receiving some HUGE shipments of items lately, so much so that we’re starting to run out of room. That’s not necessarily a bad problem to have, unless you’re Jennifer the Property Specialist over Federal Donation Property…….if Jennifer has a problem, EVERYBODY has a problem, hence the email.

So, sit back relax and enjoy all of these offerings from your State and Federal Surplus Property program!

 Emergency Food
We have received 940 cases of dehydrated (freeze dried) emergency food. These come 6 cans to a case, and there is a huge variety of different foods. I’ve been reading up on these, and the reviews are actually pretty good as far as taste & whatnot is concerned. The nice thing about these is that they are easily stored, and the expiration date….well, there might as well NOT even be one, it’s so far out (June/December 2028). If you click on the image below, it’ll take you to the full description and menu items available. These are specifically made for institutional long term storage (Hospitals, nursing homes, the coat closet in your agency, etc.) In case you’re interested, this is a link to the manufactures website. I would try this myself (because I will usually try anything) and report back, but that’s against the rules.

The Oregon Number on these is 22-049-01, and the Service Charge is $30.00 per case. To see more information on these, as well as contents/menu’s, click on the image below.
 
“Bugblatter: A rather large creature that likes to eat things. The
Ravenous Bugblatter Beast is so mind-bogglingly stupid that
it thinks that if you can't see it, it can't see you. Therefore, the
  best defense against a Bugblatter Beast is to wrap a towel
            around your head”. Huh! Good to know.

Cotton-ish Towels

Ah yes, this is another big room taker-upper. So we currently have about 143 bundles of cotton-ish towels in stock, and the storage spaces in the warehouse look like we’re storing giant marshmallows. These towels are 20 X 40, they are 86% cotton (which is where the “ish” comes from), 14% polyester, they’re made in Pakistan……not sure what else to say about these. They’re white-ish. OH, there are 25 dozen to a bundle (that’s 300 towels to you and me). These aren’t the fancy-pants towels you’d find in your linen closet at home, but if you have a prison….or a school….a group home….a place where the people aren’t too picky, these come in super handy. I already gave you seven uses above, so you can cross “getting eaten by a Bugblatter” off your list. 

The Oregon Number on these…well, there are several, so if you’re interested just say “Towels” and we’ll know what you’re talking about….they’re not real hard to miss. The Service Charge on one bundle/25 dozen/300 each is $50.00 per bundle…..that’s like 16.5 cents per towel!

Ice Caddies

In true Surplus Property fashion, I bring you ice chests in the middle of winter! I am not above plagiarizing somebody else’s work, so here is the complete description on these, as supplied by the incomparable Jennifer Beyer: “Cambro SlidingLid Ice Caddies, Mdl: ICS200TB110, OD Green, 200# ice capacity, front sliding lid for easy access, double-wall construction made of high density polyethylene for chip and dent resistance, quarter turn faucet on the lower front for water drainage, 34" D x 23" W x 39.5" H. Unused in box - NO casters included.” So, lot’s of uses for these; they would hold a lot of potato salad at your next company picnic, they could hold a lot of body parts for transplant patients, or they could just hold ice….200# according to Jennifer, and they would come in handy for when the sun makes a return, like I’m pretty sure it will, eventually.

The Oregon Number on these is 21-524-01, and the Service Charge on these is $150.00 each. Get ‘em while they’re cold!     

Portable Relief Field Station

So much potty humor, so little time……. Okay. So, I am going to once again call upon the writing stylings of one miss Jennifer to inform us as to the nature of this item. “Western Shelter Systems Portable Relief Field Station, WS-BRRF, Freestanding aluminum frame with vinyl cover set, one piece collapsible floor and toilet cabinet, collection poly-box and containment bags, field caddy dispenser system, relief station maintenance kits all contained in an 86" x 30" x 15" storage case. 235# UNUSED.” So, they are portable bathroom facilities. Instead of dragging around the little porta-potty on the little trailer, you can just open one of these suitcases and voila! you’re good to “go”. I thought it was strange that there wasn’t any TP included with these…..it must be what they mean when they say they’re “going paperless”, but I’ll leave that up to you to figure out. This kit comes with everything you need to set up a Portable Relief Field Station, including reading materials (a user manual….you know, for the field station).

The Oregon Number on these is 22-008-01, and the Service Charge is $350.00 each, and we only have 53 of these left!
 
These items and much more are available through the StateofOregonDepartmentofAdministrativeServicesEnterpriseAssetManagementStateandFederalSurplusPropertyProgram. All Federal Donation property is available to eligible government agencies, nonprofit organizations and Veteran Owned Small Businesses (VOSB’s) through the federal Small Business Administration (SBA). If you have questions regarding the three-year eligibility status of your respective program, contact our eligibility specialist Carla Jeannette carla.jeannette@das.oregon.gov, or 503-378-2753. If you have any questions regarding these or any items at Surplus, please contact our agency salesperson Joe Mannion joe.mannion@das.oregon.gov, or 971-301-0193. If you have any general questions, or just feel the need to get something off your chest, please feel free to contact me darren.kennedy@das.oregon.gov or 503-378-6022; if you want to be taken off or added to this listserv, or you just want to know how all of this surplus stuff works, etc., just let me know!

Okay, okay, one potty joke, direct from my 11 y.o. grandson; Did you hear about the new film 'Constipated'? It hasn’t come out yet…….sorry. He thought it was funny. I don’t think he knows what it means, but he thought it was funny.
Have a great week everybody!
Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program Analyst  |  DAS Enterprise Asset Management  |  503-378-6022  |  www.oregonsurplus.com
To improve our service, we commit to you a “Service Pledge” to be KNOWLEDGEABLE, RESPECTFUL and RESPONSIVE in our business and interactions. Please contact Sven Anderson at sven.anderson@oregon.gov to provide feedback on my service.
Data Classification Level 1 – Published             

Please note: My email has changed to darren.kennedy@das.oregon.gov

Good morning,

We've been getting a lot of questions from agencies and OrCPP members about the status of the UPS price agreement, so I wanted to make sure you all had this information on your radar.  In addition, please share this information with the appropriate staff in your agencies.

The NASPO ValuePoint Price Agreement with UPS was set to expire on November 27, 2021.  No new agreement has been reached, and UPS has declined to extend its current master agreement.  As a result, Oregon's agreement (DASPS-2692-16), is expired.  Agencies should immediately stop using UPS accounts derived from DASPS-2692-16 and transition to using our new agreements with GLS and /or Fed Ex for continued services.  The Buyers Guide for these agreements is attached.

The State of Utah and NASPO ValuePoint are in continued discussions with UPS and are uncertain when a resolution will be reached. If agreement is reached on a Master Agreement, Oregon still has to negotiate the Oregon specific terms and conditions.   We will update you if, and when, a new UPS price agreement is available.

Please connect with Kaliska King if you have specific questions:  Kaliska.king@das.oregon.gov

Thank You.

Kelly Mix

State Chief Procurement Officer

State of Oregon - DAS

971-719-1680

Kelly.Mix@das.oregon.gov

Buyer Link
A message from DAS Procurement Services

Title: Small Package Delivery Contracts, expire of contracts, New Fed Ex and GLS and Update on UPS

Date: November 22, 2021

Category: PA's expiring and 2 new ones in place

11/22/2021 update: UPS is used by all Agencies, I wanted to send a second notice of it expiring. The State of Utah confirmed today, the current Agreements WILL EXPIRE 11/27/2021.

The current small package delivery contracts will expire on November 27, 2021, for UPS, Fed Ex and Global Logistical Solutions (GLS). The contract numbers are:

Fed Ex: DASPS-2691-16, UPS DASPS-2692-16 and 8315 for GLS

New Contracts with Fed Ex and GLS have been put in place and are in Oregon Buys. The contract numbers are:

Fed Ex: PO-10700-00004355

GLS: PO 10700-00004458

If you have a current account with them you don't need to do anything, your account will automatically reflect the new contract.

UPS EXPIRING:

The State of Oregon does a Participating Addendum (PA) off of the State of Oregon's NASPO agreement for these services. As of today, the state of Utah is still in negotiations for the Master Agreement for these services. Once this is completed, I will do a PA for Oregon to use the contract. Please be aware, this contract will likely expire on November 27, 2021 and the rates you have now will no longer be in effect.

Recommendation: If your agency doesn't have a Fed Ex or GLS account, I recommend you open an account. I have attached the Buyers Guide that gives you instructions on how to contact our representatives to set up an account.

I will give you more information on UPS as its available. If you have any questions please let me know.

For more information regarding this message, contact Kaliska King, OPBC, CPPB,  Procurement Analyst, at 503.798.1907 or via email Kaliska.king@das.oregon.gov

​Kaliska King, CPPB, OPBC

Procurement Analyst

Cell: 503.798.1907

**Please note new email address***

Kaliska.king@das.oregon.gov

Good Morning 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 (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MYBMTRB) 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.

Eric A. Morris, Business Enterprise Program Director
Oregon Commission for the Blind
971-673-1588
Good morning OrCPP members, 

You talked, we listened.
Over the past months, we have spoken to hundreds of ORCPP members about the Statewide Price Agreements available thru OregonBuys.    What became clear is that there’s an opportunity for us to share more about the types of commodities and services available on our price agreements.  Our goal over the next month is to explain the depth and breadth of our price agreement offerings.

OregonBuys features 400+ Statewide Price Agreements featuring a wide range of commodity and services contracts, including:

Information Technology and Communications
Vehicles and Fleet-related Products
Public Safety and Corrections
Office, Education and Business Supplies
Health and Human Services
Facilities MRO and Ground Maintenance
and many more…
Every contract has been strategically sourced for best value and legally vetted to ensure compliance with the State of Oregon public procurement regulations.

Get started today.
Login to OREGONBUYS.GOV to Start Shopping
Not Yet Set Up?  Contact the ORCPP Program at info.orcpp@oregon.gov​

DAS PS is sending this notification to inform Authorized Purchasers of an 30% rate increase for services provided under Price Agreement 3396 Armored Vehicle Services. The term of the Price Agreement also being extended and will now expire May 25, 2023. Please see the advice below regarding State Contractor Vaccination Requirements.

Loomis Armored US, LLC submitted a request for a rate increase based on changes they have made to processes for recruiting, hiring and retaining employees in order to maintain sufficient staffing levels to provide the services.

Attached to this correspondence for your contract file is Amendment 10 to Price Agreement 3396 and the document “Pricing PA 3396 Nov_21" which is attached to the Price Agreement by the Amendment 10.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PRICING DOCUMENT IS NOT INTENDED TO BE ALL INCLUSIVE AND INTENDED AS A BASELINE FOR REFERENCE BY AUTHORIZED PURCHASERS WHEN NEGOTIATING RATES WITH THE CONTRACTOR.

If you have any questions about the rate adjustment please contact the Contract Administrator listed below.

Executive Order 21-29 Vaccination Requirements for State Contractors

Authorized Purchasers are advised to assess the applicability of EO 21-29 when engaging Loomis Armored US, LLC for their services.

Information regarding Vaccination Requirements for State Contractors, including EO 21-29 and a Contractor FAQ can be obtained at the following website.

https://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/contractorvaccinations.aspx

As a reminder, in the event of inclement weather or during emergency situations affecting Loomis routes, please refer to their emergency alert map, which highlights regions impacted by delays or interruptions in service.

https://www.loomis.us/about-us/bcp-plan

Dion Kerleé, CPPB, OPBC OCAC

State Procurement Analyst, Business Services

Oregon Department of Administrative Services

Procurement Services Office

Phone: 971-349-0518

http://procurement.oregon.gov

Data Classification Level 2 - Limited​

Dear Procurementarians,

It’s that time once again, where I get to show you some items that have washed up on the shores of Surplus lately. These items are Federal Donation Property, and are only available to Donee’s that are currently eligible to purchase with our program. If you’re not sure if you are still eligible, or if you even qualify, just let us know and we can get you pointed in the right direction.

Speaking of eligibility, I wanted to make you all aware of an eligibility change that has recently occurred. So, it used to be that in order to become eligible to participate in our program, you had to be a government agency or qualified nonprofit organization; that actually hasn’t changed. What has changed is that now we can qualify Veteran Owned Small Businesses (or “VOSB’s”) to participate in the program. What a VOSB would need to do is to get set up through the federal Small Business Administration (SBA). Once they do this, SBA would let us know, and then they would have to complete our eligibility process. If they survive all this red tape and jumping through hoops, they can be made eligible to purchase through the Surplus Property program (honestly, it’s not that bad. It’s actually pretty easy). So if you know of somebody that might be interested, have them contact our eligibility expert Carla Jeannette at carla.jeannette@das.oregon.gov, or 503-378-2753, and she can tell them where to go. I mean, she can tell them what they need to do. Remember, this is for any qualified Veteran Owned Small Business located within Oregon!

While I have you, there’s another thing I would like to make you aware of. This comes up every so often, so it’s something I’d like to remind everybody about. Every now and then, we have an donee customer show up, and the exchange is something like this:

Agency: Hi! We’ve been shopping, see our gigantic shopping cart full of stuff?
Surplus: Impressive! I didn’t know you could get that much stuff in one cart.
Agency: It’s a survival skill. So I’m ready to check out now.
Surplus: Perfect. What agency are you with?
Agency: We’re with the Department of X.
Surplus: *clickclickclick* Hmmm, I’m sorry. I don’t see the Department of X in our system.
Agency: That’s weird, we signed up like 3 weeks ago.
Surplus: Could it be under a different name? Perhaps the Department of Y?
Agency: Nope. Definitely Department of X. We paid our dues and everything.
Surplus: Dues….what dues?
Agency: You know, we pay dues, and then we’re able to purchase off of state price agreements.
Surplus: Oh. Yeah……..

That’s right. The agency has signed up for the ORCPP (ORegon Cooperative Procurement Program). It happens all of the time. We are like twins; we look a lot alike, and we even have the same mother (state of Oregon), but we are two distinct and separate programs. We love them (and I think they love us – YES Darren DAS ORCPP loves DAS Surplus!) but we are our own individual entities. That said, we have a lot of donee’s coming in, thinking that participation in one program gains entry into the other, and this unfortunately isn’t the case. We both like our autonomy, and cherish our sense of individualism, and while we brag about the virtues of belonging to one or the other (or both), we are like twins, just not Siamese twins. Got it? Awesome! Let me know if you have any questions!

Thank you Darren (brother) for explaining that each of our programs (OrCPP and Surplus Property) are independent of one another, but as close as peas & carrots!

And now, let’s get down to business…..

Whisk Brooms

I always wondered about that….baby witches! Who knew? That’s probably why we ordered a cojillion of these. They are brand new/unused, they’re made of straw with metal reinforcement, ergonomically and ambidextrously designed, and that’s about it. They’re whisk brooms, not rockets, so they’re pretty plain. I mean WE love them, but we’ve lived with them for some time now. The Oregon Number on these is 21-507-01, we have 1,831 in stock (Okay, so not a cojillion, but a lot), and the Service Charge is just $2.00 apiece.

Balaclava’s

Here we have some XGO Tactical baclava barracuda balaclava’s. These are flame retardant (that’s good. I personally hate when my head catches on fire), Phase 1, acclimate, lightweight, high performance base layer, protected by Ag47 Silver Microbial Protection, coyote brown, and made in the USA. I understand about 10% of what I just typed, but I know what they are, so hopefully you do too. The Oregon Number is 19-554-05, we have 33 in stock, and the Service Charge is just $10 apiece.  

Map Cabinet

The next item is a three drawer map cabinet. These always seem to be a popular item, even as demand for regular file cabinets seems to be waning. The Oregon Number is 21-464-01, has three drawers, is grey, is metal, is sitting on a wood pallet, in a pallet rack….sorry, just not much to say about this. We have just the one left, and the Service Charge is $100.00. Cat not included.

Waterloo Tool Chests

We have a few Waterloo tool chests in stock. This brand isn’t Snap-On, but it isn’t Harbor Freight either…..I’d say they are quite a ways north of average…..very good quality, and definitely a well-known brand of tool chest. These are brand new in the box, 10-drawer with open lid top storage. A quality item at a great price! The Oregon Number is 21-529-01, the Service Charge is $150.00, and we have 38 left in stock. 

So how could I ever refuse? I feel like I win when I lose………
                                                                               
Anti-Fatigue Mats

Next we have these anti-fatigue mats (they are not now, nor will they ever be door mats!). Nobody has ever taken advantage of their generosity, their money or their affections. They are happy in the knowledge that they will provide relief from standing on hard surfaces all day. Do you work at a sit/stand desk? Do you find yourself standing in one place on a concrete floor? They are always there for you, to provide relief to those aching bones. And what do they ask in return? I’m sure a simple “thank you” would suffice. These are brand new in the box, 3/8" thick, 24” wide x 36” long. The Oregon Number is 21-503-01, we currently have 48 in stock, and the Service Charge is $15.00 apiece. We also have “Switchboard Mats” which are 36” wide x 75’ long (Oregon Number 21-503-02), and we have 3 of those in stock. The Service Charge on those is $250 each. Why do they call them “Switchboard Mats”? Because back in the day, switchboard operators had to be on their feet all day, so they rolled these out on the floor (switchboards were really long back then). I just totally pulled that out of my hat. I don’t really know why they call them that.

PS- The one I pulled out of the box has those triangular holes cut into them. Maybe they’re to be used in one direction only? I don’t really know.

Deluxe Drain Pans

We have these lovely drain pans, new in box, and you can have them in any color you like, as long as it’s black. These have handles on opposite sides at no extra charge, and if you buy today, I’ll even throw in the cardboard box! The Oregon Number on these is 21-428-01, and we only have 248 of them in stock, with a Service Charge of just $5.00 each!

Floor Lamps

The next item is these beautiful floor lamps. The technical nomenclature is “Medical/Surgical Light”. I think they can get more $$ if they call it that and chrome plate everything. But hey, they are nice, and brand new in the box, and you KNOW you’re not going to pay inflated prices at Surplus Property! The Oregon Number is 21-352-01, we only have 81 of these in stock, and the Service Charge………just $15.00 apiece! WHAT?!?????!!! You read that right, just $15.00! At that price you can get a bunch of these!

Replacement Vehicle Seats

The next item are these vehicular seats. Yes, I know these are not bucket seats in the truest sense, but they are really nice. They’re covered in a durable cloth material, have 5 point safety harnesses, and I think they were a direct replacement for specialized military vehicles. Anyway, the color (Tan) isn’t ugly, and I’m sure they’d work great to replace the milk crates they put in some equipment. They are manufactured by Amsafe Inc, and are brand new in the box. The Oregon Number is 21-412-01, the Service Charge is $250.00, and we have just 10 of these in stock.

Various Light Towers

This next item is not a lighthouse (although that would be AWESOME), but this is the next best thing to it. These light towers illuminate large areas with 10 billion lumens of light, so think construction sites, accident scenes, or if you want to attract tons of moths……this is for you! We have a couple different flavors of these, and the configuration is basically the same; a little trailer that has a generator inside, and a boom on top with BIG lights mounted to it. The Oregon Number(s) on these are 21-204-03A, 03B, and 03D, or 21-265-01, and the Service Charge on these range from $750.00 to $1500.00 each! Please Note: not for use on the coast. Godzilla seems to be a little touchy about them.
 
John Deere Road Grader

Here we have a piece of road construction equipment in the form of a John Deere road grader. Instead of me typing all the information out, I will copy/paste from the notes in Reuse:

“Road grader, Mdl: 130G, Ser: 74V01084, RAT-02. All fluids appear full, batteries may be drained or completely dead, and 3 out of 6 tires low and/or flat/off the rim or bead broke. 
  Key is missing for battery switch, you'll have to get your own but we have one that works that can be used. Started with a jump, hydraulics appear to be functional”.

Whew, that was tough. Couldn’t have said it better myself. So all in all, this starts and appears to function fine, it just has a lot of broken-bead tires. So, if you purchase it, you can re-seat the tire beads in our lot, or we can load onto your conveyance the way that it is. Either way, this appears to be a good machine, it’s just been sitting in the desert of Northern California for some time. The Oregon Number on this is 21-438-02, and the Service Charge is just $7,000.00. We don’t get them in very often, so now’s the time to move on it!
     
All these items and more are currently available at the StateofOregonDepartmentofAdministrativeServicesEnterpriseAssetManagementStateandFederalSurplusPropertyProgram. We are open to donee’s 8:00-5:00 Monday-Friday for your shopping convenience. These items (and all Federal Donation Property items) are available to qualified and currently eligible donee’s. If you need any additional information on these or any Surplus Property items, please contact out agency salesperson Joe Mannion joe.mannion@das.oregon.gov or 971-301-0193. If you’re wondering what the status of your eligibility is, or if you qualify to receive Donation Property, please contact our eligibility genius Carla Jeannette carla.jeannette@das.oregon.gov, or 503-378-2753 and she can get you fixed up.

As always, if you need any information, moral support, positive affirmations or reality checks, you are always free to contact me at darren.kennedy@das.oregon.gov or 503-378-6022, and I’ll do what I can. I’ll be out of the office from 10/27-11/4, so if you’re not able to reach me, just repeat this mantra by Stuart Smalley: “I'm Good Enough, I'm Smart Enough, and Doggone It, People Like Me!”. That ought to hold you over until I get back.

Thanks everybody, and have a great week!
Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program Analyst  |  DAS Enterprise Asset Management  |  503-378-6022  |  www.oregonsurplus.com​


Dear Procurementarians,

A while back I sent out an email regarding bridge beams that ODOT has in Eugene. They have had several interested parties, but since then they have found other (good) information regarding a timeframe for removal, availability, etc. That, and they are saying it’ll take more than a pick-up to haul these away…..

Attached are a ton of pictures, as well as the specifications and locations of the beams. The drop dead date for removal is now January. If you have any interest in these FREE beams, please contact Mr. Eck (contact info below) and he get you fixed up!

88 beams left and they are Free!
We have listened and are allowing more time to arrange for the transportation of the beams
New photo inventory
Send all inquiries to Steve Eck and specify which lots you are interested in and approximate date of pick up (a range of time is fine) – I         will reserve those specific lots
Please remove by January 31, 2022
After January 31st, 2022, a nationwide auction for any remaining beams will take place
________________________________________
Original Message

Our cousins over at Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT to you and me) have an amazing opportunity for you to take advantage of, should you choose to accept. Way back when, you probably remember new bridges were built across the Willamette river in Eugene (maybe you don’t….take my word for it). Anyhow, remnants in the form of bridge beams have been stacked up on ODOT property, and now they need to go away. ODOT asked if we could send a message out to agencies….I said I might know some people. So, check out all the information below, as well as the VERY informative PDF (attached). Mr. Eck was good enough to send links to show where they’re located, detailed spec sheets, etc. Best of all, these are FREE. I mean, you have to arrange the big crane(s) to pick these up and load on a flatbed trailer, but they would like to see them gone just as soon as possible.

If you think your State/City/County/Special Road District could use these, please give Mr. Eck a call or email (contact information below) and I’m sure he’d be glad to help you out. I’m thinking these would go a long way to supporting your infrastructure/bridge replacement/bridge building plans. Think of the hundreds of thousands of dollars you could save (insert your agency name here)! It’s a great opportunity, I’m just sayin.

Have a great day, and contact Mr. Eck asap if interested!

Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program Analyst  |  DAS Enterprise Asset Management  |  503-378-6022  |  www.oregonsurplus.com
To improve our service, we commit to you a “Service Pledge” to be KNOWLEDGEABLE, RESPECTFUL and RESPONSIVE in our business and interactions. Please contact Sven Anderson at sven.anderson@oregon.gov to provide feedback on my service.
Data Classification Level 1 - Published

Specifics on the beams:  

92 total bridge beams which were used as a temporary bridge for the Willamette bridge project in Eugene
Beams are being offered to qualifying governmental entities prior to scheduled auction
Made of Concrete and steel stressed cable
Approximate weight per lineal foot: 1,071 lbs
Length ranges from 77 feet to 115 feet
Location: West Eugene, in between S.  Bertelsen Road and Beltline
Google Map Link:
Google Map Street View:
Cost to purchase: the beams can be transferred to qualifying governmental entities at no charge if accepted and moved prior to auction
Receiving entities are responsible for all associated costs including but not limited to loading, permitting, transporting, etc
A ‘Release of Liability’ form will be required prior to inspection and transport
Interested entities are requested to make notification as soon as possible, and remove desired beams no later than October 29th, 2021


​Good Morning ORCPP Members,

As you may know, the State of Oregon will be implementing vaccine mandates for State Agency contractors effective October 18th. Like all employers, Oregon Forward Contractors (OFCs) are being impacted by vaccine choices. OFCs are working hard to provide contracted services despite vaccine-related staffing shortages.

Occasionally, despite everyone's best efforts, staffing issues may impact contracted services with Local Government Agencies. OFCs will attempt to minimize the impact to all public agency customers. If contract performance may be impacted, they will inform their customers of any changes that might have an effect on the quality of the service provided.

Should you receive reports of service quality deficits or notice contract performance issues, please reach out to your OFC contact to discuss the situation. You can expect a cooperative, timely response. The OFC will attempt to remedy the problems experienced and will always endeavor to meet the requirements of the contract. They may need flexibility from your agency but should provide solutions to bring their performance into compliance with the contract.

Thank you! Local Government Agencies have been great partners with Oregon Forward Contractors. Literally thousands of individuals with disabilities have benefitted from the good paying jobs created by Oregon Forward contracts developed by Local Government agencies. Your efforts to support the success of OFCs and their employees are greatly appreciated.

Please let me know of any concerns or questions.

Thank you!

​Darvin Pierce

Oregon Forward (QRF) Program Coordinator

971-718-6212

Procurementarians!

This is a wonderful opportunity to work at NCSD, to apply please click the link:

Purchasing Specialist Lead

For questions, please contact:
-- 
Kerensa J. Mauck, J.D.
Director of Business Operations
North Clackamas School District
TEL: (503) 353-6031
FAX: (503) 353-1937

Dear Procurementarians,


Our cousins over at Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT to you and me) have an amazing opportunity for you to take advantage of, should you choose to accept. Way back when, you probably remember new bridges were built across the Willamette river in Eugene (maybe you don’t….take my word for it). Anyhow, remnants in the form of bridge beams have been stacked up on ODOT property, and now they need to go away. ODOT asked if we could send a message out to agencies….I said I might know some people. So, check out all the information below, as well as the VERY informative PDF (attached). Mr. Eck was good enough to send links to show where they’re located, detailed spec sheets, etc. Best of all, these are FREE. I mean, you have to arrange the big crane(s) to pick these up and load on a flatbed trailer, but they would like to see them gone just as soon as possible.

 

If you think your State/City/County/Special Road District could use these, please give Mr. Eck a call or email (contact information below) and I’m sure he’d be glad to help you out. I’m thinking these would go a long way to supporting your infrastructure/bridge replacement/bridge building plans. Think of the hundreds of thousands of dollars you could save (insert your agency name here)! It’s a great opportunity, I’m just saying.

 

Have a great day, and contact Mr. Eck asap if interested!

 

Darren Kennedy, OPBC, Senior Program Analyst  |  DAS Enterprise Asset Management  |  503-378-6022  |  www.oregonsurplus.com

 

Specifics on the beams: 

  • 92 total bridge beams which were used as a temporary bridge for the Willamette bridge project in Eugene
  • Beams are being offered to qualifying governmental entities prior to scheduled auction
  • Made of Concrete and steel stressed cable
  • Approximate weight per lineal foot: 1,071 lbs
  • Length ranges from 77 feet to 115 feet
  • Location: West Eugene, in between S.  Bertelsen Road and Beltline
  • Google Map Link:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/N+Bertelsen+Rd,+Eugene,+OR+97402/@44.0558348,-123.1658833,676m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x54c11c484600f50b:0x8d32ef9cf5c7707b!8m2!3d44.0656759!4d-123.1630682

  • Google Map Street View:

https://www.google.com/maps/@44.0561564,-123.1630703,3a,60y,257.68h,93.93t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1ssmvQUcAbtAco2_9F33hNtA!2e0!7i16384!8i8192

  • Cost to purchase: the beams can be transferred to qualifying governmental entities at no charge if accepted and moved prior to auction
  • Receiving entities are responsible for all associated costs including but not limited to loading, permitting, transporting, etc.
  • A ‘Release of Liability’ form will be required prior to inspection and transport
  • Interested entities are requested to make notification as soon as possible, and remove desired beams no later than October 29th, 2021

Send all inquiries to:

​Steve Eck |ODOT Senior Property Agent, Right of Way Section

4040 Fairview Ind. Drive SE MS #2 | Salem, OR 97302-1142

(503) 986-3638 Direct

(503) 983-4432 Cell

(503) 986-3625 Fax

steven.f.eck@odot.state.or.us

https://odotproperty.oregon.gov/

​To avoid potential problems with orders and deliveries of Food Service Products from US Foods – Type 2 Broadline delivery, PA 0537.  Please see the attached US Foods communication to our valued customers!

 

For questions regarding this message, please contact the undersigned.

 

Lori Doke, CPPB, OPBC, CTAC

State Procurement Analyst

(C) – (971) 719-1627


We recently invited you to participate in our Biannual Statewide IT Price Agreements survey. If you haven't already completed our short, 5-minute survey, would you please take a moment to share your experience using Statewide IT Price Agreements? Your participation is critical in helping the Basecamp Program improve how you procure IT products and services. Please click here to provide your feedback (alternatively, you can copy and paste the following link into your browser: https://oregondas.allegiancetech.com/surveys/XVPC69/)

If you have already submitted your feedback, thank you!

If you're no longer in a position to provide feedback about IT procurements but know someone who can, please forward this communication on.

Thank you for helping us improve Statewide IT Price Agreements to serve you better!

Sincerely,

The Basecamp Program

Sincerely,

​The Basecamp Program 

DAS Procurement Services is offering our Small Procurements course on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.  The course costs $125.00 and students will earn 7 Oregon Public Procurement Training contact hours good towards certification/recertification.  The course will be taught as a live webinar.

​This course explores the method and procedure for conducting a Small Procurement (up to $10,000) in accordance with Oregon Revised Statute and Oregon Administrative Rules. Topics covered include procurement authority, sourcing methods, and procurement thresholds.

 

If you wish to register for this course, you may do so here (you’ll be asked to log into Workday Learning first).  Please make sure you are able to attend before registering.  You will need to pay for the course at the time of registration. 

 

Workday Learning is the State of Oregon’s new learning management system (replacing iLearnOregon)!  If you do not have a Workday Learning account, please visit the Workday Learning Support Page to find instructions on how to create an account.

​ 

For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Program Assistant at 971-349-2428 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov.

Please post the job opening at City of Beaverton – Purchasing Manager.  Attached the job posting information

www.BeavertonOregon.gov/jobs

    ​System release

    OregonBuys will experience a system release this weekend. This work is part of the system’s ongoing quarterly release cycle.

     

    Details

    • Current OregonBuys users are affected.
    • Users may experience system downtime between the evening hours of September 17, 2021 through September 19, 2021
    • Please see the attached for new functionality and bug fixes.

     

    Action

    We will send a follow-up email when the work is complete.

     

Email questions to: epro-support@periscopeholdings.com


​​The State of Oregon and the State of Washington have an interstate compact in place that permits each State’s local governments the opportunity to leverage the other State’s contracts?  NOTE:  These do not include NASPO ValuePoint Master contracts of the other State’s portfolio.   https://apps.des.wa.gov/DESContracts/

 

Background:  Many years ago the State of Oregon and the State of Washington got together to share portfolios of contracts to promote efficiencies for each of our State’s local government entities and our respective procurement shops.  This Interstate Compact makes available some contracts (not all), those with “cooperative use” language for ORCPP members (Oregon local governments) on Washington contracts, and vice versa for MCUA (Washington local governments) on Oregon contracts.

 

So what's this all about?

 

I have been introduced to an Oregon WBE/DBE COBID certified business, Mel Tar Supply that holds a cooperative use contract awarded by the State of Washington with ORCPP named as an authorized purchaser under the contract.  I have personally visited Mel Tar Supply and want to share their Meet & Greet event coming up on September 30th that will feature their product of the versatile Fiber-reinforced Polymer Pre-Fabricated Bridges and Modular Bridges.

 

Are you expanding or upgrading access areas with safe and easy accessibility for all?  Are you using Federal Funds?  If you are, then you may have “terms & conditions” attached to those funds that may require you to seek a woman, veteran, or disadvantaged business owned firm.

 

If you are interested but unable to attend, please reach out to Mel Tar Supply.  I’ll be there too!

There is still space available in our DAS – PS - Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement course!  The course is a live webinar that will be held on Tuesday, September 21 & Thursday, September 23, 2021 from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm each day and costs $125.00.  Students will earn 7 Oregon Public Procurement Training contact hours good towards certification/recertification.

This class will focus on procuring goods and services in a sustainable manner in accordance with the Oregon Sustainability Act of 2001. Topics related to sustainable procurement will be discussed, such as what is sustainable procurement and what does this mean to state agencies?  This class is for anyone who wishes to learn how to conduct procurements using sustainable concepts and processes & in accordance with state directives.  It is highly recommended that students complete DAS PS Principles of Public Procurement OR Fundamentals of Procurement OR Small Procurements before attending this learning event.

If you would like to register for this course, you may do so here (you'll be asked to log into Workday Learning first).  Please make sure you are able to attend before registering.  You will need to pay for the course at the time of registration. 

Workday Learning is the State of Oregon's new learning management system (replacing iLearnOregon)!  If you do not have a Workday Learning account, please visit the Workday Learning Support Page to find instructions on how to create an account.

​For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Program Assistant, at 971-349-2428 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov.

​Every two years, the Basecamp Program solicits customer feedback about Statewide IT Price Agreements. Your input is instrumental in ensuring that these agreements continue to meet your needs and Basecamp is committed to making your feedback actionable.

In our 2019 survey, respondents identified several opportunities for improvement. In response, Basecamp implemented or is actively pursuing these initiatives:

  • In 2020, we conducted our first Annual Vendor Performance reviews
  • We've bolstered our Vendor Management activities to streamline customer issue tracking
  • We're expanding vendor pools to accommodate wider scopes of needs and budget sizes
  • We're augmenting Basecamp portfolios to align with enterprise-wide strategies and modernization initiatives

Today, we'd like to ask you tell us about your experience using Statewide IT Price Agreements since our last survey. Would you please take 5 minutes to share your thoughts?

Please click here to provide your feedback (alternatively, you can copy and paste the following link into your browser: https://oregondas.allegiancetech.com/surveys/XVPC69/)

If you are no longer in a role to provide input, please forward this email someone who can. Feel free to reach out to us at Basecamp@oregon.gov if you have questions.

Thank you in advance for helping us continue to improve Statewide IT Price Agreements to serve you better!

Sincerely,

​The Basecamp Program

To keep your organization open and operating safely for you, staff, customers, students, and the community at large, you need every tool available. That’s why the State of Oregon’s OregonBuys Marketplace helps you easily access statewide contracts for air purifiers, adult & pediatric face masks, temporary non-medical staffing, HVAC Hepa filters, outdoor canopies, cleaning supplies, and more. 


​Click the link below to learn more:

OregonBuys

 

For OregonBuys technical support contact:  epro-support@periscopeholdings.com

- Logon questions/issues

- Assistance with posting solicitation

- Need a login?

 

For questions regarding ORCPP, or to get your organization set up in OregonBuys contact:  info.orcpp@oregon.gov

 

Fact:

Did you know that the United Nations has recognized the 7th of September as the ‘International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies’ to emphasize the importance of clean air for the health and day-to-day lives of people, as air pollution is the single greatest environmental risk to human health. The 2021 theme is “Healthy Air, Healthy Planet” which emphasizes the health aspects of air pollution, especially considering the COVID-19 pandemic. During the early days of the pandemic, we caught a glimpse of what the world would be like with less cars and buses on the road – and we saw the positive impact that change had on air quality. 


The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (“DAS PS") on behalf of itself, other state agencies, and members of the Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (“ORCPP") has updated the Buyers Guide for Face Covering, Masks, Shields, Related Products and other Personal Protective Equipment (“PPE"). PA#1730 Conscendo Medical Products, LLC had a change to their Primary Contract Administrator.

The updated Buyers Guide is posted on the State of Oregon's eProcurement system “OregonBuys" to download under each individual award. I have attached the updated Buyers Guide for convenience.

If you have any questions please call or email the Contract Administrator for these Price Agreement(s), Shirley A. Smith at contact information below.

Shirley A. Smith

State Procurement Analyst

Emailshirley.smith@oregon.gov​

(P) 971-718-7428  (F) 503-373-1626

​Dear Procurementarians,

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (hey, some might. I don’t judge) Surplus Property has been having a HUGE sale on select property in stock. Government agencies, nonprofit organizations and Veteran Owned Small Business’s have all been taking HUGE discounts on items throughout the warehouse.

It has been so successful that we have decided to extend this sale for another two weeks! Why, you ask? Well, this is where you all come in. You see, we’ve had some people come in and shop, and when they get ready to check out, they’re like “Oh, you’re having a sale?”. I feel that little vein in my temple throbbing. I don’t blame you, I blame myself.

I’m sort of counting on you all to spread the word. I’m sending messages to you because you are the masters of your domain, so don’t be afraid to forward these messages along to those that might benefit from it. I know some of you do, and…..well, I’m not going to rant. I’m just going to say don’t be afraid to hit that “Forward” button!

So to reiterate, this sale is on Federal Donation Property with an Oregon number starting with anything except 21-. So, if you go to our database Reuse and type in 17-, 18-, 19- or 20- you can see all of the items that are on sale; you can see images of the items, quantities, service charges, and know that you can take 50% off those prices! You are certainly welcome to look at the 21- items (In fact, I encourage you to!), but just know that the 21- items are not included in the sale. Got it? Good!

  You’ll see all the property that begins with 17-. You’ll see the entire Oregon number, the quantity, an icon to click for images of that item, and of course the Service Charge of which you can cut in half!

Click on any line item to open that page to all the details of that item

Piece of cake! Again, you might not have any use for an ^^^inverter, but maybe the shop crew does. Maybe they’re getting ready to spend $50 apiece for them, and here they are just $10 each!

If you don’t see what you’re looking for, let us know! Sometimes the federal government has “unique” definitions for items. We speak federalese, so we can translate!

This extended sale will last until COB (1700 hours) on Wednesday 15 September 2021*. Feel free to shop Reuse, or come on down to the warehouse 8:00-5:00 Monday-Friday (yes, masks and social distancing are appreciated<<<me being nice because they’re required), and as always feel free to contact our agency salesperson Joe Mannion at 971-301-0193 or email  joe.mannion@oregon.gov, and he will get you taken care of. Sale is for stock on hand, no “holds” allowed on sale items, no bribing staff with booze or sugary substances (they know you don’t have a lost puppy), etc.

​*Federalese translation: The sale lasts until 5:00 PM on Wednesday September 15th.

​Thanks all, have a great rest of the week!

The State of Virginia awarded several Master Agreements from an RFP on behalf of NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Program and other Purchasing Entities. Oregon as a Participating State is awarding Oregon Participating Addendums to 3 of the 4 potential awardees for our Region 10.

  

List of awarded Suppliers are below:

 

1. Elevate UAS, LLC – PO-10700-00003403

2. Drone-Up, LLC – PO-10700-00003405

3. Tetra Tech, Inc.– PO-10700-00003432

 

The referenced Price Agreements, Pricing sheet, and type of services provided are located on the State of Oregon eProcurement System “OregonBuys” and the Buyers Guide is attached for your convenience. Please download documents that contain full details from this website:   https://oregonbuys.gov/bso/

 

As Contract Administrator for these Agreements please contact me if you have any questions or require any assistance.

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Shirley A. Smith, State Procurement Analyst by phone or email below.

​ 

Shirley A. Smith

State Procurement Analyst

(P) 971-718-7428  (F) 503-373-1626

Shirley.smith@oregon.gov 

Dear Procurementarians,

 

Today is the 17th. Do you know what that means? It means we’re almost exactly ½ of the way through our 50% off sale on Federal Donation Property! I don’t want to make a nuisance of myself, but I will (I just don’t want to). In case you don’t remember or have forgotten, all Federal Donation property with an Oregon Number that begins with anything other than 21- is slashed in half during the month of August. Folks have been hauling out huge savings so far, and the month is only ½ over!

 

Way down below is the original email I sent out that has all the details of how to search for property, how to take advantage of the savings, etc. Feel free to visit the Surplus warehouse from 8:00-5:00 Monday-Friday, or shop on our website www.oregonsurplus.com/Reuse. If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call at 503-378-6020 and we will get you fixed up!

   

Dear Procurementarians,

 

We’ve recently come to the realization that we are seriously running out of space in our warehouse. That’s a BIG problem for us, so we have devised a BIG solution: have a BIG sale. This sale is going to be Oregon Number specific. What the Sam Hill am I talking about? Well, read on.

 

Oregon Numbers are what we use as inventory numbers, like part numbers. Most importantly, they tell us when items arrived at our facility. The first two numbers denote the fiscal year that items were allocated to us. SO, with that, during the month of August, Oregon Numbers that start with anything other than 21- are 50% off! Why not the 21’s? Because we’re all about the FIFO (First In, First Out). The 21’s haven’t been here very long. Because it’s like, 2021.

 

         Here’s an FAQ that explains this in detail.

 

So, property beginning with a 17- is going to be 50% off?          

Yes!

 

So, property beginning with a 18- is going to be 50% off?

Yes!

 

So, property beginning with a 19- is going to be 50% off?

Yes!

 

So, property beginning with a 20- is going to be 50% off?

Yes!

 

So, property beginning with a 21- is going to be 50% off?

No!

 

It’s easy to search for items!

 

There are a few different methods for searching items in stock. One method is to go to our database “Reuse” (click here to go to Reuse now). In the search field, type 17- to see all items with Oregon Numbers starting in 17, 18- for all items with an Oregon Number of 18, etc. If something catches your eye, simply click on the line item to open in another screen that will have additional information (Images, specific information etc.), and, oh yeah, take 50% off the price! That’s like ½ off! Of course, you’re welcome to shop the warehouse as well. The doors are open to Donee’s Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 PM for your shopping convenience (Please note: while the warehouse is not air conditioned, it is equipped with Big A…..with BIG…..with big fans, so be forewarned, they might mess up your hair. If you’re hair-challenged like me, please disregard).

 

Now for the fine print:

 

These and all items are currently available to eligible Donee’s in good standing with StateofOregonDepartmentofAdministrativeSevicesEnterpriseAssetManagementStateandFederalSurplusPropertyProgram. This sale is set to begin on Monday, August 2nd (today), and runs until COB on Tuesday, August 31st. This sale applies to all Federal Donation property in stock (excluding those items with an Oregon Number beginning with “21-“. For more information, please see FAQ above). No “Holds” will be honored during this sale, limited to stock on hand, and all items are sold on a first come-first served basis. This sale does not apply to Federal Vehicle sales, except those that are Federal Donation Property…..we don’t have any of those in stock right now, so don’t worry about it. No pushing, gouging, spitting, hitting below the belt or otherwise exhibiting any rude/crude behaviors while in the warehouse. I know y’all will behave yourselves, I just have to say. Do please observe any social distancing/mask wearing requirements currently in effect, which can be found at the top of our website www.oregonsurplus.com. Thank you.

 

 

And now for something completely different……….. 

 

  

Around the beginning of July, I sent out an email that referenced plate steel that would soon begin to arrive. Well, it’s beginning to arrive! Many pieces of heavy metal plate steel is coming in, and it’s looking for a good home. Whether that good home is temporarily covering big holes in the road or for the laser or water cutter at the local community college, these sheets are going to be less expensive than anything you’ll be able to find locally. And, we will happily load it on to your conveyance for you!

 

How are you to know the sizes and prices? Once again, Reuse! Simply go to Reuse here, and type “21-364” into the search field (21-364 is the Oregon Number, and the rest of the number is the line item number). Note: this will yield 2 pages of results. To get to the next page, click the 2 next to “Property List” towards the top of the page. You will see that there are many different sizes and thicknesses. Just click on a line item to open that items description page and a HUGE amount of information including how much it weighs, if that’s important to you.

                      

 

If you have any questions at all regarding the 50% off sale, purchasing steel or basically anything having to do with anything*, please contact our agency salesperson Joe Mannion at 971-301-0193 or joe.mannion@oregon.gov, or our Federal Supply Specialist Jennifer Beyer at 503-378-6046 or jennifer.beyer@oregon.gov. If you have questions regarding your agency’s current state of eligibilityness, please contact our Eligibility Specialist Carla Jeannette 503-378-2753, or carla.jeannette@oregon.gov. They wouldn’t give me their home numbers. I tried, but I failed. As always, agencies and organizations need to be current and eligible to be able to take advantage of these savings. If you’re not, we may be able to fix it. We have a person, and she’s really good with this stuff.

 

*Please, don’t bring up the subject of why they lowered the compression ratio’s on 1970 and later American made muscle cars. It seems to be a sore subject, and it’s really been talked out already.

 

As always, if you know of someone that might benefit from these notifications (currently eligible government agency or nonprofit employees are my favorite), feel free to send them on to me at darren.kennedy@oregon.gov​, and we’ll be sure to get them added. Likewise, if you want to be unsubscribed from this list, just click the “Unsubscribe” button at the bottom of this page.

 

Have a great week everybody!

REMINDER:  Don't miss this Free OregonBuys webinar specifically tailored for OrCPP members!  No pre-registration required!  This event will be recorded and made available for easy future reference.  Zoom link below.

The webinar is divided into TWO Topic Areas.   Feel free to join us for both, or just your area interest.

OregonBuys Part ONE:  Searching Marketplace & User Setup

TIME:  9:00am – 9:50am

- Introductions:   (Kelly Stevens-Malnar) DAS PS/Periscope Holdings Inc.

- OregonBuys basic navigation, updating your profile (Kevin Renner, GM Periscope Holdings Inc.)

- Most common setup errors, and how to avoid them (Tim Hay, Government Accounts Mgr – Periscope Holdings Inc.)

- Searching Marketplace

- How does my entity add additional users?

- Questions & Answers

Break:  9:50am – 10:00am

​OregonBuys Part TWO:  Creating a Bid Solicitation - Notice of Intent to Award

TIME:  10:00am – 11:00am

- Creating a bid solicitation, Adding suppliers / Choosing NIGP codes

- Amending a bid solicitation

- Viewing interested suppliers

- Post solicitation document noticing; NOITA, Bidders Tab Sheet

- Question & Answers

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There is space available in our DAS Procurement Services course, Market Research in Public Procurement.  The course costs $150.00 and students will earn 10 Oregon Public Procurement Training contact hours good towards certification/recertification.

 

This course is focused upon using what students have learned in other classes about basic Market Research and moving beyond that to the basics of Market Analysis and to Market Intelligence levels.   Students will learn about available resources and tools to ultimately arrive at “best value” in public contracting.    

 

This learning event is designed to:

  • Help students define and write an overall market research purpose;
  • Aid students in determining a market research approach that aligns with their purpose and that will address any question(s) about the good or service;
  • Introduce students to some tools and considerations in Market Research and Analysis;
  • Have students utilize these tools and resources to collect relevant data and information and pull it into a concise market research report that will include making informed recommendations regarding factors such as: sourcing method, terms and conditions, evaluation criteria, pricing factors, risk considerations, specifications, etc.

An introductory exposure to market research is assumed but a brief overview will be provided.  This learning event requires students to participate during online presentations and in online interactions.  There is a mandatory follow-up assignment that must be completed and submitted within one week of the conclusion of class for contact hours to be awarded. 

 

If you would like to register for this course, you may do so here (you’ll be asked to log into Workday Learning first).  Please make sure you are able to attend before registering.  You will be asked to pay for the course at the time of registration.

 

For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Administrative Assistant, at 971-349-2428 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov​

We still have seats available for our Demystifying Terms and Conditions class on Tuesday, August 17.  The course costs $75.00 and students will earn 3.5 Oregon Public Procurement Training contact hours good towards certification/recertification.

 

Students will learn about standard terms and conditions typically used in contracts. This class is taught by a DOJ attorney - it provides an excellent opportunity to ask those questions you always wanted answered about both standard and special terms and conditions!

 

Topics include:

  • Contract Environment
  • Structure of the Contract
  • Drafting Principles
  • Uniform Commercial Code
  • Terms and Conditions
  • Legal Sufficiency

The course is recommended for all employees with responsibilities for administering a contract, project and program managers, support staff, fiscal, billing & payment staff and others. 

If you wish to register for this course, you may do so here (you’ll be asked to log into Workday Learning first).  Please make sure you are able to attend before registering.


For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Administrative Assistant, at 971-349-2428 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov​

OregonBuys Users and soon to be users:

How can you, as an ORCPP member, get up to speed quickly on the new OregonBuys e-procurement system that's just replaced ORPIN?

Join us Tuesday, Aug. 17, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. for a live, online session the ORCPP program is hosting in collaboration with Periscope Holdings, the software company that powers OregonBuys.

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In this webinar we'll cover what you should—and shouldn't—do to get on the fastest path to success with OregonBuys. Included will be:

  • Registration—what to do and what not to do
  • Getting to know the dashboard as your springboard into the system
  • How to create and post solicitations
  • How to post amendments
  • How to view interested bidders
  • How to search the Marketplace for items and Statewide Agreements

OregonBuys is your onramp to:

  • Saving money through the power of buying together with hundreds of other ORCPP members and state agencies.
  • Saving time and procurement risk by gaining easy access to statewide price agreements.
  • Getting more strategic sourcing intelligence from your data.

​Don't miss this one-time event exclusively for ORCPP members!

The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS) on behalf of itself, other state agencies, and members of the Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (“ORCPP”) solicited an ITB for Face Covering, Masks, Shields, Related Products and other Personal Protective Equipment (“PPE”). DAS PS had awarded 6 Statewide Price Agreement(s) in first round of awards and has awarded 11 more price agreement(s) in second round of awards.

 

First round 6 awarded Agreements:

 

  1. PA#1704 US Health Express
  2. PA#1706 Excel Gloves & Safety Supplies dba Excel Supply
  3. PA#1707 Gurbaksh Chahal dba ProcureNet America
  4. PA#1708 HKA Trading
  5. PA#1709 ReadyMax
  6. PA#1710 Zoom Eyeworks dba ICU Eyewear

 

Second round 11 awarded Agreements:

 

  1. PA#1725 308 Systems dba Standard Mask Company
  2. PA#1727 Medical PPE
  3. PA#1730 Conscendo Aviation Investments dba Conscendo Medical Products
  4. PA#1731 Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions
  5. PA#1732 Focus Industries
  6. PA#1733 DW Fritz Automation
  7. PA#1735 Core X System
  8. PA#1736 Protex Labs
  9. PA#1737 B2B Global Hub
  10. PA#1738 Tricol Biomedical
  11. PA#1739 Mini Wing USA

 

All price agreement, pricing, and Buyers Guide are posted on the State of Oregon’s eProcurement system “OregonBuys” to download under each individual award. I have attached the Buyers Guide for convenience.

 

If you have any questions please call or email the Contract Administrator for these Price Agreement(s), Shirley A. Smith at contact information below.

 

Shirley A. Smith

State Procurement Analyst

Email shirley.smith@oregon.gov​

(P) 971-718-7428  (F) 503-373-1626

Dear Procurementarians,

 

We’ve recently come to the realization that we are seriously running out of space in our warehouse. That’s a BIG problem for us, so we have devised a BIG solution: have a BIG sale. This sale is going to be Oregon Number specific. What the Sam Hill am I talking about? Well, read on.

 

Oregon Numbers are what we use as inventory numbers, like part numbers. Most importantly, they tell us when items arrived at our facility. The first two numbers denote the fiscal year that items were allocated to us. SO, with that, during the month of August, Oregon Numbers that start with anything other than 21- are 50% off! Why not the 21’s? Because we’re all about the FIFO (First In, First Out). The 21’s haven’t been here very long. Because it’s like, 2021.

 

         Here’s an FAQ that explains this in detail.

 

So, property beginning with a 17- is going to be 50% off?          

Yes!

 

So, property beginning with a 18- is going to be 50% off?

Yes!

 

So, property beginning with a 19- is going to be 50% off?

Yes!

 

So, property beginning with a 20- is going to be 50% off?

Yes!

 

So, property beginning with a 21- is going to be 50% off?

No!

 

 It’s easy to search for items!

 

There are a few different methods for searching items in stock. One method is to go to our database “Reuse” (click here to go to Reuse now). In the search field, type 17- to see all items with Oregon Numbers starting in 17, 18- for all items with an Oregon Number of 18, etc. If something catches your eye, simply click on the line item to open in another screen that will have additional information (Images, specific information etc.), and, oh yeah, take 50% off the price! That’s like ½ off! Of course, you’re welcome to shop the warehouse as well. The doors are open to Donee’s Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 PM for your shopping convenience (Please note: while the warehouse is not air conditioned, it is equipped with Big A…..with BIG…..with big fans, so be forewarned, they might mess up your hair. If you’re hair-challenged like me, please disregard).

 

Now for the fine print:

 

These and all items are currently available to eligible Donee’s in good standing with StateofOregonDepartmentofAdministrativeSevicesEnterpriseAssetManagementStateandFederalSurplusPropertyProgram. This sale is set to begin on Monday, August 2nd (today), and runs until COB on Tuesday, August 31st. This sale applies to all Federal Donation property in stock (excluding those items with an Oregon Number beginning with “21-“. For more information, please see FAQ above). No “Holds” will be honored during this sale, limited to stock on hand, and all items are sold on a first come-first served basis. This sale does not apply to Federal Vehicle sales, except those that are Federal Donation Property…..we don’t have any of those in stock right now, so don’t worry about it. No pushing, gouging, spitting, hitting below the belt or otherwise exhibiting any rude/crude behaviors while in the warehouse. I know y’all will behave yourselves, I just have to say. Do please observe any social distancing/mask wearing requirements currently in effect, which can be found at the top of our website www.oregonsurplus.com. Thank you.

 

 

And now for something completely different………..

 

Around the beginning of July, I sent out an email that referenced plate steel that would soon begin to arrive. Well, it’s beginning to arrive! Many pieces of heavy metal plate steel is coming in, and it’s looking for a good home. Whether that good home is temporarily covering big holes in the road or for the laser or water cutter at the local community college, these sheets are going to be less expensive than anything you’ll be able to find locally. And, we will happily load it on to your conveyance for you!

 

How are you to know the sizes and prices? Once again, Reuse! Simply go to Reuse here, and type “21-364” into the search field (21-364 is the Oregon Number, and the rest of the number is the line item number). Note: this will yield 2 pages of results. To get to the next page, click the 2 next to “Property List” towards the top of the page. You will see that there are many different sizes and thicknesses. Just click on a line item to open that items description page and a HUGE amount of information including how much it weighs, if that’s important to you.                      

 

If you have any questions at all regarding the 50% off sale, purchasing steel or basically anything having to do with anything*, please contact our agency salesperson Joe Mannion at 971-301-0193 or joe.mannion@oregon.gov​or our Federal Supply Specialist Jennifer Beyer at 503-378-6046 or jennifer.beyer@oregon.gov. If you have questions regarding your agency’s current state of eligibilityness, please contact our Eligibility Specialist Carla Jeannette 503-378-2753, or carla.jeannette@oregon.govThey wouldn’t give me their home numbers. I tried, but I failed. As always, agencies and organizations need to be current and eligible to be able to take advantage of these savings. If you’re not, we may be able to fix it. We have a person, and she’s really good with this stuff.

 

*Please, don’t bring up the subject of why they lowered the compression ratio’s on 1970 and later American made muscle cars. It seems to be a sore subject, and it’s really been talked out already.

 

As always, if you know of someone that might benefit from these notifications (currently eligible government agency or nonprofit employees are my favorite), feel free to send them on to me at darren.kennedy@oregon.gov​ and we’ll be sure to get them added. Likewise, if you want to be unsubscribed from this list, just click the “Unsubscribe” button at the bottom of this page.

 

Have a great week everybody!


Purpose

DAS PS is gathering information regarding agency marketing, advertising and public awareness campaigns. Also of interest is agency polling and survey activities.

DAS PS will use the information gathered to determine whether a formal RFP process should be conducted with the goal of establishing a pool of qualified suppliers for use by authorized purchasers for the listed services. 

Action item

DAS PS is requesting that buyers identify the appropriate personnel within their agency and provide them with the attached survey form.

The form does not require narrative responses and consists of yes/no responses and some drop-down responses. Completing the form should only take a few minutes.

Those participating may send their completed forms to the email address dion.kerlee@oregon.gov​ with the subject line “Marketing and Advertising Survey”.

DAS PS is asking that participants complete and return their survey form by Friday July 23rd, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

Please submit any questions to the same email address. 

Moving services –

All of the new moving and storage price agreements are executed and are available for use by authorized purchasers (state agencies and entities (mandatory use), ORCPP participants, and Washington MCUA members (convenience use)) at this time. The buyers guide is attached for your convenience.  

 

Authorized Purchasers will need to use the OregonBuys system to view and use these Agreements. The Price Agreements, Ordering Instrument (MSRO), Buyers Guide, and Best Value Analysis Documents are uploaded under each Agreement in the OregonBuys system.

 

https://oregonbuys.gov

 

All Agreements are available for use and uploaded to the OregonBuys system.

 

Price Agreements (in no particular order):

  • PO-10700-00002846 – Redefyne Moving
  • PO-10700-00002847 – Willamette Express
  • PO-10700-00002845 – Chipman Relocation & Logistics
  • PO-10700-00002843 – Lile International   
  • PO-10700-00002844 – Suddath Relocation Systems of Oregon
  • PO-10700-00002848 – PDX Movers

 

**All authorized purchasers are advised to use the best value analysis justification. Also, state agencies must submit MSRO’s  $150K or over to DOJ for legal sufficiency review and approval.  

 

For questions regarding this message, please contact the number below.

 

 

Thank You,

Joshua Rogers CPPB & OPAC

Oregon, State Procurement Analyst

Cell Phone (971) 209-5703

 


OrCPP members,

 

Thank you for being a part of replacing the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN) with OregonBuys!

 

Now that we’ve completed Phase 1 of the project and OregonBuys is live we’d love to get your feedback on how things went. Your input will help shape how we interact together in the next project phase.

 

Questions about your organization and set up in OregonBuys?  Please send inquiries to:  info.orcpp@oregon.gov

 

We invite you to click the button below and take a 5-minute survey to share your feedback with us. The survey closes at the end of the day on July 30:


TAKE THE SURVEY

Thank you for your time,

 

​The OregonBuys Project Team

​Please make note that on Monday 7/19/3021 there is a new contact for referenced food service agreement change has been made in  OregonBuys on the general tab, contact instructions.

 

For questions regarding this message, please contact me at the phone number or email below.

 

Lori Doke, CPPB, OPBC, CTAC

State Procurement Analyst

(C) – (971) 719-1627

PURPOSE

DAS PS is gathering information regarding agency marketing, advertising and public awareness campaigns. Also of interest is agency polling and survey activities.

DAS PS will use the information gathered to determine whether a formal RFP process should be conducted with the goal of establishing a pool of qualified suppliers for use by authorized purchasers for the listed services. 

ACTION ITEM

DAS PS is requesting that buyers identify the appropriate personnel within their agency and provide them with the attached survey form.

The form does not require narrative responses and consists of yes/no responses and some drop-down responses. Completing the form should only take a few minutes.

Those participating may send their completed forms to the email address dion.kerlee@oregon.gov​ with the subject line “Marketing and Advertising Survey”.

DAS PS is asking that participants complete and return their survey form by Friday July 23rd, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

Please submit any questions to the same email address. 

Colleagues -

 Just a quick note to let you know that DAS Procurement Services has temporarily disabled our online Contract Administration course.  We are working to address technical issues with how the course functions within Workday Learning and hope to have the course back-up and available soon.  

We'll update you when the course is once again available.

​Thank you!

Kelly Mix

Deputy State Chief Procurement Officer

State of Oregon

971-719-1680

Dear Procurementarians,


I hope this email finds you with all of your fingers and toes intact after a long Independence Day weekend.

As we continue to thaw out from the long pandemic, Surplus continues to receive more and more property all the time. Like everyone else, the federal government (where we receive all Donation property) continues to make more property available all the time. Because businesses nationwide have begun to ramp up production, there has been a shortage of shipping services, and as a result, an increase in shipping charges. Rest assured, we are always looking for the least expensive shipping options, including looking for property that’s relatively close to Salem, or selecting items that are inexpensive to ship. As a result, we’ve been able to keep shipping expenditures under control, which keeps the service charges (the prices you pay) affordable.

 

That being said, here are a few examples of items we’ve been receiving lately. Keep in mind, this is just a small sampling of what we currently have in stock. By clicking on the product picture, it will open to more details in Reuse.

​Various Hand Soaps

We’ve received several different flavors of hand soap…..bar soap, liquid scented soap, etc. We not only have your run-of-the-mill Dial hand soap, we have Dial COMPLETE Mint & Shea Butter beauty bars (I don’t know if it’s the bars that are beautiful, or if they’re supposed to make you beautiful….it says it in 3 places on the package, so they seem to be proud of it).

  

Oregon Number 21-336-02, Service Charge is $10.00 per case of 18/2-packs, 380 cases in stock

  

Then we have this “Limited Edition” Dial Candy Apple Hydrating Hand Soap from the “Seasonal Collection”:

 

 Oregon Number 21-336-03A, Service Charge $12.00 per 12 ct. 7.5 fl. oz., 435 cases in stock

Next, we have this lovely 4 pack of Dial “Foaming Hand Soap” in 4 flavors: Power Berries, Soothing White Tea, Spring Water and Fresh Pear! Fresh Pear people, are you kidding me right now???

 

 Oregon Number 21-336-03C, Service Charge $8.00 for a four pack of 7.5 fl. oz. bottles, 141 in stock

Oh look, there’s more! At this point, I really don’t know whether to eat it or wash my hands with it. This one is a 50 pack, consisting of 17-Cranberry, 17-Autumn Maple and 16- Pumpkin Spice 7.5 fl. oz. bottles of Dial Liquid Hand Soap. AND, if you buy…..well, anytime really, I’ll throw in a 2-tier display floor stand seasonal display! That’s right, NO.EXTRA.COST! You can display it all you want, you just can’t sell it.

 

Oregon Number 21-336-03B, Service Charge $40.00 for a case of 50/7.5 fl. oz. bottles, and we have 31 cases in stock

I feel so pretty right now! Last but not least, we have this Dial Silk and Orchid Body Wash…..I don’t know what this is…..is ‘Body Wash’ just a fancy name for soap?

 

Oregon Number 21-336-03D, Service Charge $15.00 per case, 6/21 fl. oz. bottles, 25 cases in stock

  

Antiseptic/antimicrobial skin cleanser

​Ah, now THIS stuff is the real deal! This is the kind of antibacterial cleanser surgeon’s use to prep for surgery. No fruity holiday smelling soaps here, this is the stuff that curls your nose hairs (I mean, if you had nose hairs….). This is Hibiclens antiseptic/antimicrobial skin cleanser. Chlorhexidine gluconate solution 4.0% w/v, 4 fl oz bottle, 48 bottles per box, and the Service Charge is $40.00. The Oregon Number is 21-299-01, and we currently have 54 cases in stock.

  

Flying Insect Trap

Okay, enough soapy items. Let’s talk about death. In particular, insect death. You’ve all seen them, the little blood suckers that ruin your nighttime outings. Well, we’re here to help. We have these Catchmaster Silentrap insect traps. They’re not zappers, and according to their website Catchmaster SilenTrap Flying Insect Trap quietly captures common flying pests on a glue board within the unit – eliminating the annoying buzz and unhygienic mess you get with typical zappers. Bulb and glue board replacements are available. So there you go. The Oregon Number on these is 21-310-01, the Service Charge is $20.00 each, and we have 30 of them in stock.

  

Cable Terminal Swager tool kit

This item is an ATI Tools (a division of Snap-On Tools) Company, Cable Terminal Swager tool kit with swaging tool and dies. Mdl: AT520JK, Ser: 1952, ST825 Series Dies, 1/16 - 1/4. I thought I knew a lot about tools, but I still don’t know what this is for (yes, I did Google it). In fact, I just completely plagiarized this entire description. But, somebody out there is going to know what it is, and they’re going to know that this a very expensive set (the federal government originally paid $10,500). The Service Charge on this is just $500, and we have 2 sets of these (the second set is DMC brand).

 

 

5 Gallon Plastic Water Jugs

Not a lot to say about these….they are 5 gallon plastic water (NOT fuel) cans. They resemble the old timey “Jerry” can that were metal and held fuel, but again, these are WATER cans. They come in a kind of yucky color, but if you need water, who cares? These sell quickly, especially during the summer months. The Oregon Number on these is 21-313-01, the Service Charge is just $5.00 each! That’s like a buck a gallon! We only have 183 of these in stock.

 

 “Army” T-Shirts

The next item is T-shirts, long sleeve and short sleeve in sizes L and XL. The word “Army” is on front and an Army insignia design is on the back. These are new in packages, are 100% Polyester, and are manufactured by Unicor. All packaged individually. The Oregon Number is 20-207-02, and the Service Charge is just $5.00 each! We only have about 1,260 of these left in stock.

           

Pneumatic Circular Saws

Hey, I know what these are (unlike the “swaging” kits above). But, I don’t know as I have ever seen pneumatic operated ones though……well, we get the unique items, that’s for sure! So these are Jepson hand dry cutter 8230N metal cutting pneumatic circular saw, Sunitec/Spiznas motor, model 51115 0020. Cutting thickness: 10 mm, Air consumption: Approx. 2 m3/min. and these are unused in their original box. Okay, I just totally plagiarized this description again….I must be getting lazy. The Oregon Number is 21-311-01, the Service Charge is $300 each, and we currently have 21 of these on hand.

                    

 Rope Ladders

These ladders are stainless steel cable construction, with nylon coated steps and quick links at both ends.  The tag on these states a max weight capacity is 2,200# (so, you’re saying they’ll support my fat….person). These are approximately 20' L x 5.5" W, and are unused. These are excellent for steep passages/cave climbing (think search and rescue), emergency ladders for rescue or for 2nd floor evacuations. The Oregon Number is 21-248-01, the Service Charge is $50.00 each, and we have 83 in stock.

  

ZIPLOC Bags / Various Sizes

We recently received a shipment of new large ZIPLOC bags. These are really great for storing small parts, peanut M&M’s or really really big sandwiches. They are all ZIPLOC closure at one end, and other than that, not much else to say about them. I’m all of a sudden jonsing for peanut M&M’s though……

 

Oregon Number 21-294-01, 18” x 24”, 3MIL, 50 bags per bag/2 bags per carton/3 carton per case= 300 ea. per box. Service Charge $40.00 per box, 37 boxes in stock.

Oregon Number 21-294-02, 12” x 15”, 3MIL, 100 bags per bag/10 bags per case= 1000 ea. per box. Service Charge $80.00 per box, 34 boxes in stock.

 

We also have plain ‘ol plastic bags, NOT ZIPLOC:

 

Oregon Number 21-013-01 OR 21-013-02,16" x 18", .008MIL, 50 case. Service Charge $15.00 per box, 28 and 84 boxes in stock.

 

Fuel and Potable Water Tanks

We have both fuel and potable water tanks. The fuel tanks are metal with a steel cage surrounding them, Isomterics Inc., Sixcon MFT-205, manufactured 88-89, 900 gallon capacity, tare weight 2600#, gross max weight 10,000#, external dimensions 96" x 78" x 48". The potable water tanks are insulated fiberglass, and have the steel cage around them as well, manufactured by The Sharman Co., Inc., manufacture date 88-89, tare weight is 2687#, and max gross weight is 10,000#. The Service Charge is $800 for either, Oregon Number 21-286, and we currently have 6 of each in stock.

 

Ditch Witch Trencher/Backhoe

Once again, I will rely on the efforts of others, and instead of typing everything, I will simply copy/paste what’s already been said. I am a true plagiarist, but in my defense, it was 112 degrees in my home office that day, and I just didn’t want to think.

 

Ditch Witch by Charles Manufacturing Works, Inc., Model: 6510 DD, Ser: 6B1283, year currently unknown. Four cylinder diesel Deutz engine. Appears to have 0000.9 hours on the meter, so assume it has turned over or the hour meter was replaced. No documentation stating either. Includes front blade and backhoe and the rear is the trench digger. Scratches, dings, and surface rust. Both seats are worn and will need replaced. Starts and runs. Comes with trailer, Year:11-17-85(??)  Model: BWT-12, VIN: 1DS0000HX01019043, adjustable pintle hitch - 2.5" ID, max tongue load: 2000#,  GAWR: 10,400, GVWR: 12,400#, has low tires and one completely flat and on the rim. Tire size: 7.50 x 16.

 

Whew! I am exhausted with all that copy/pasting! This is Oregon Number 21-308-01, and the Service Charge is $12,000.

 

Plate Steel

This is more of a notification of pending property, rather than advertising current items. Allow me to ‘splain…..

 

We have been allocated many plates of steel, with some or most measuring ½” or more thickness. Plate steel is really heavy, so we’ve been bringing it in a little at a time. If you are interested in unused plate steel at a fraction of the cost of new, contact our agency salesperson, and he will get you more information. There will be enough to go around; there’s something like 135 pieces coming in, but we don’t anticipate it lasting long. So if you’re thinking about it, now’s the time! View the list of sizes and quantities here.

  

These items and much more are currently available at the stateoforegondepartmentofadministrativeservicesenterpriseassetmanagementstateandfederalsurpluspropertyprogram. To search for items currently in our inventory you can take a look in our database “Reuse (no login required), or as always you can speak to our agency salesperson Joe Mannion at  971-301-0193, or email at joe.mannion@oregon.gov, and he can get you squared away.

 

Please keep in mind that the items advertised here are for “Donee” organizations only. What does this mean? It means that you have done all of the legwork to make your agency, organization or SBA business eligible to receive federal property. If you’re not sure, please contact our Eligibility Specialist Carla Jeannette at 503-378-2753 or carla.jeannette@oregon.gov, and she can let you know what your current status is.

 

If you would like to stop receiving these email messages, please find the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of this page, and let me know which Listserv you receive messages on (I utilize 4 different Listserv’s). Likewise, if you know of somebody that might benefit from these emails, please have them send me an email, and we’ll get them signed up!

 

As always, thank you for your support (even through the last 15 months), and if you have any questions, such as “how to plagiarize” or “copy/paste made easy”, feel free to let me know. Everyone have a great rest of your week!

 

Darren Kennedy, OPBC

Program Analyst

State of Oregon

State and Federal Surplus Property

503-378-6022

oregonsurplus.com


​We’re excited to announce that OregonBuys is live!

 

Starting today, the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN) is officially replaced with OregonBuys. OregonBuys is now the place to process procurement documents and browse statewide contracts.

 

Access OregonBuys

Here’s the link to the OregonBuys site: https://Oregonbuys.gov. Consider bookmarking it for easy access.

Login information

OrCPP members with user accounts received an email with Login ID and account activation information. Contact the OrCPP Program Managers at info.orcpp@oregon.gov if you didn’t get an email and need an account in OregonBuys.

 

Training and instruction guides

If you need a refresher on how to use the system, there are lots of self-paced training modules on our training webpage along with instruction guides and a terminology crosswalk.

 

Help and support

You can get help and system support by contacting the OregonBuys helpdesk, provided by the state’s partner Periscope Holdings, at 1-888-472-9102 or epro-support@periscopeholdings.com. Help is also available during drop-in Zoom sessions called “Office Hours”:

 

Zoom credentials for all sessions

Meeting URL: https://zoom.us/j/3172966835

Meeting ID: 317 296 6835

Phone:  +1 253 215 8782 US

July 7, 12 or 14 from 9 – 11 a.m.

    • 9 – 9:30 a.m. Demo on Creating a Bid Solicitation 
    • 9:30 – 10 a.m.  Demo on Searching in Marketplace
    • 10 – 11 a.m. Open Q&A

 

Lastly, we want to thank you for partnering with us in this exciting transition. Visit the project website to learn more about OregonBuys.

 

Sincerely,

OrCPP Program Managers

Adam Helvey and Kelly Stevens-Malnar

Info.orcpp@oregon.gov 

New Moving and Storage Price Agreements are executed and will be available to use by Authorized Purchasers (State Agencies and Entities (mandatory use), ORCPP Participants, and Washington MCUA members (convenience use)) on July 1, 2021. I have attached a Generic Price Agreement (all are identical except the name and pricing) and the Buyers Guide for your convenience.  


Authorized Purchasers will need to use the OregonBuys system to view and use these Agreements. The Price Agreements, Ordering Instrument (MSRO), Buyers Guide, and Best Value Analysis Documents are uploaded under each Agreement in the OregonBuys system (GOING LIVE JULY 1).

https://oregonbuys.gov

At the time of this OrCPPLink release, there are three (3) Agreements available. As soon as the others are executed and become available, those Agreements will be uploaded to the OregonBuys system and will be available to use.

           Price Agreements (in order of Execution):

  • PO-10700-00002846 – Redefyne Moving
  • PO-10700-00002847 – Willamette Express
  • PO-10700-00002843 – Lile International

           Price Agreements (in Process of Execution, no Particular Order):  

  • PO-10700-00002845 – Chipman Relocation & Logistics
  • PO-10700-00002844 – Suddath Relocation Systems of Oregon
  • PO-10700-00002848 – PDX Movers

 

PLEASE NOTE: The Current Agreements (No. 1486, 1488, and 7678) Expire and Will Not Be Renewed or Extended after Midnight 6/30/2021!  Any Work Already In Process or Started Before Expiration Will Stand For The Duration of “That Work”, Under Those Terms and Conditions (once completed, they will not be available for use again).

 

For questions regarding this message, please contact the number or email below.

 

Thank You,

Joshua Rogers CPPB & OPAC

Oregon, State Procurement Analyst

Cell Phone (971) 209-5703

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