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QRF Price Agreement 8275 with Galt Foundation for Temporary Services has been amended to increase pricing due to minimum wage increases starting July 1, 2020. Galt Foundation may contact authorized purchasers to amend active work order contracts due to the minimum wage increase in costs.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Rena Sawyer, QRF Price Agreement Administrator at 503-507-1246 or via email Rena.Sawyer@oregon.gov​


 

​OrCPP Members,  

Here is an update to let you know where the State of Oregon is at with the anticipated new e-procurement system rollout!  Stay tuned

​Click here to view the June 2020 eNewsletter​ 



 

​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 Contract (WOC) pursuant to the provisions of this Price Agreement.  

 
PA#DASPS-3399-20 has been posted on the OPRIN system and included in this email as well along with the Buyers Guide.

 
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 OPBC, CPPB, DBIA
State Procurement Analyst
(P) 971-718-7428 
shirley.smith@oregon.gov


 

The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS) has amended the NASPO ValuePoint Professional & Diagnostic Equipment Tools PA’s to extend the term to June 30, 2023. The amendment documents are currently posted to each of the Oregon awarded agreements in the ORPIN system. 

 
    1.Snap-On PA8302
    2. MSC PA9276
    3. Northern (NSI) PA8305
    4. O’Reilly PA9278

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

Shirley A. Smith CPPB, OSPC, OPBC, OCAC, DBIA
Mastery in Design-Build
State Procurement Analyst
DAS-EGS-Procurement Services
PHONE #(971) 718-7428
Shirley.smith@oregon.gov​
Dear Procurementarians,

 
This is a friendly reminder that the Surplus Property sale starts today, and goes through to the end of July.

 
If your agency’s eligibility status is current, you can take 25% off all items currently in stock that start with “18” or “19” at the beginning of the Oregon Number.

 
If you’re not certain about your agency’s current eligibility, or you have any other questions, feel free to contact me at darren.kennedy@oregon.gov.

 
If you need product information, please contact our agency salesperson Joe Mannion at 503-378-4089, or joe.mannion@oregon.gov.

 
That is all. Have a great week everybody!
DAS Procurement Services Training is offering a brand new course called Market Research!  The first class will be held August 6, 2020 as a live, interactive webinar; 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 iLearn 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.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Administrative Assistant, at 971-349-2428 (cell) or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov.
​Dear Procurementarians,

 
I hope you are all doing well, sitting there in your pajama’s, drinking coffee all day…..wait, that’s me. Never mind. Anyway, I would like to give you a short primer on Oregon Numbers and Inventory numbers. Exciting stuff I know. Please bear with me.

 
Inventory numbers are used to identify property on the state side of the Surplus warehouse. Oregon Numbers serve the same function, but for federal property. An Oregon Number is a series of numbers and letters, based on the Julian calendar, star alignment and planet retrograde. When an Oregon Number is born, it has one thing in common with all the other Oregon Numbers, and that’s the first two numbers in the series. An Oregon Number beginning in 18 came to us in 2018, one that begins in 19 came to us in 2019, and so on.

 
When we bring federal property in to our warehouse, we usually keep that property for about a year. After that, any unsold items go to GSAAuctions to be sold to the public. So, every once in a while we need to purge, in order to make room for new items coming in. So, with that, I am announcing that during the month of July Surplus Property will be having a 25% off sale on all federal property, for items that have an “18” or “19” as the first two digits in the Oregon Number. That’s a whole lot of property that needs to get cleared out. Everything that delivered here in 2018 or 2019 has to go, or else it will get turned over to public auction.
                                                                                                    
We are open to agencies 8-5:00 M-F at the Salem facility. Normally, agencies enter through Door #2 at the warehouse to get signed in, but we are having you go to Door #7 temporarily. Once in Door #7, just hang a right, go through the gate to Window #4 or the cashier’s window, and they will get you signed in. I would tell you to social distance, but it’s a 72,000 square foot warehouse, so it’s not hard to do. Probably should wear a mask…..the Governor’s orders are to wear them indoors, and she signs my paycheck, so that’s all I’m going to say about that. 

 
But you say “Hey Darren, that’s great! But I don’t want to change out of my pajama’s….”. I feel you. That’s why it’s super easy to shop online as well. All you do is go to our database “Reuse”​. If you want to look at all the 2019 property on sale, simply type “19-“ into the search field, and it’ll bring up everything with an Oregon Number starting in 19. The same for 2018 property:

 
So, as you can see, we try to make it easy to acquire items. We’re no Amazon, but Amazon isn’t us either. Of course, when you are searching for items, you can search by just the word as well.

 
This 25% off sale will happen starting Monday June 29th, and will end on Friday July 31st. Any federal item that has a “18” or “19” as the first two digits of the Oregon Number will automatically be discounted 25% off the posted Service Charge at time of checkout. No holds allowed on “18” or “19” property during this sale. Items limited to stock on hand. Property available to eligible agencies only (no public sales), whose eligibility is current with the State of   Oregon  Department of Administrative Services Enterprise Asset ManagementStateandFederalSurplusPropertyProgram..Minimum purchase of $10.00. 

 
So, you can go ahead and start shopping now if you want, but just know, the sale starts Monday June 29th. If you have any questions about items you’d like to get, contact our agency salesperson Joe Mannion at 503-378-4089 email joe.mannion@oregon.gov, or Jennifer Beyer 503-378-6046 email jennifer.beyer@oregon.gov​. As always, feel free to contact me by email, Darren.kennedy@oregon.gov.

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

​Good Afternoon ORCPP Members, 

DAS PS is sending this notification as a courtesy to Authorized Purchasers of Price Agreement 4720 Electronic Fingerprint Capture & Transmission Services.


Price Agreement 4720 is extended for an additional year beyond the current term and will now expire July 2, 2021 unless terminated sooner in accordance with the Price Agreement terms.

​OrCPP Members, 

Here is an update to let you know where the State of Oregon is at with the anticipated new e-procurement system rollout!  Stay tuned!

Click here to view the May 2020 eNewsletter >>

​Dear Procuremetarians!

Procurement U is upgrading to an award-winning learning management system on June 1st.

New features will include:

  • Improved engagement and accessibility
  • Design optimized for mobile learning
  • Collaborative learning with peers


With the upgrade, all Procurement U self-paced courses will be reduced to $20 per contact hour for all users, member and non-member.

For questions, please contact me.

John Koljesky
Statewide Training Coordinator
DAS Procurement Services
503-378-2497
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx
Data Classification Level 1 - Limited


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A message from the BASECAMP PROGRAM (DAS Procurement Services and EIS Vendor Management)

Title:  IT Vendor Managed Services Provider

Category:  IT Hourly Professional Services

Participating Addendum:  #9436

Vendor:  Covendis
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Did you know the State of Oregon has an agreement to provide technology services on an hourly basis through the Basecamp Program?  Our IT Vendor Managed Service provider,  Covendis, makes it easy to find, solicit and acquire the technical skills your organization needs.  Below you will find more information about the services available and a short survey that will help us better understand your needs.
Award Summary Page from ORPIN
Buyer's Guide for agreement
Covendis portal

Please take just a moment to help us better understand you needs by filling out this short survey:  https://oregondas.allegiancetech.com/cgi-bin/qwebcorporate.dll?idx=QRCD45

If you would like to learn more about Covendis, please sign up to receive their Newsletter.

See you at the summit,
 

Debbie Davis, OPBC, OCAC
State Procurement Analyst, IT Team
503-378-5345  (F)503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov/
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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A message from DAS Procurement Services

Title: Spend Data and Agency requirements for Armed and Unarmed Services (not banking)
Date: April 15, 2020
Action Required?: Yes
Category: Goods and Services 
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The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS) is conducting a Price Agreement (PA) determination to evaluate the feasibility of developing a possible formal solicitation which may result in a statewide Price Agreement for these services. 

DAS PS is requesting this information in order to obtain past and future spend information related to the services, and to seek sourcing team members to participate with the drafting of the solicitation and serving on the Evaluation Committee. 

If your agency currently purchases, and/or is planning on future purchases of these services, please submit the following information to Timothy Jenks via email listed below.

Your name and Agency name;

  1. Past spend data (2018-2019);
  2. Estimated future spend data (2020-2024);
  3. What is the primary source of funds for the purchase of these services (Federal, State, etc.)?   If federal funds is it a Grant?
  4. Would someone from your agency be available to participate in the sourcing and/or evaluation team?  If so, please provide the contact information. 
  5. Please provide any additional information that may assist in this process?


Please respond by May 29, 2020.   DAS PS appreciates your time and if you have any questions, or need additional information, please contact me via phone or email.



Timothy J. Jenks, OPAC, OPBC, CPPB
State Procurement Analyst, Asset Management Team
(503) 378-4778 (O), (503) 779-5789 (M)
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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A message from DAS Procurement Services
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Translation Services – Emergency Translation Requests
All of the thirty two (32) Price Agreements for Translation Services have been executed and uploaded into ORPIN. Many of the Price Agreements have provided rates for Emergency Translation Services. 


Authorized Purchasers with urgent or emergency communication needs due to COVID 19 can locate the rates for emergency translations in the Price Agreements Exhibit 8 – Rate Schedule at page forty two (42) of each Price Agreement.
 
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 Translation Services only and does not make available Interpreter Services, 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 4 - "Ordering Methods; Provision of Services" 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
Desk 503-378-2816 Cell 971-349-0518
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

​OrCPP link

A message from DAS Procurement Services
Title: Accounts Receivable Management; Debt Collection Services
Date: April 3, 2020

The following are the six (6) New Price Agreements for Accounts Receivable Management; Debt Collection Services issued April 3, 2020.
AWARDED PRICE AGREEMENT NUMBERS:
 
DASPS-3355-20 – Premiere Credit of North America, LLC.,
Contractor’s Key Person(s) Contract Information

Key Person #1
Name: Steve Sturgeon
Title: VP of Operation
Phone: (317) 322-3633
E: ssturgeon@premierecredit.com
Key Person #2
Name: Dustin Dubree
Title: Senior Collections Manager
Phone: (317) 375-6512
E: ddubree@premierecredit.com
 

DASPS-3356-20 – Account Control Technology, Inc.,
Contractor’s Key Person(s) Contract Information

Key Person #1
Name: Barbara Lucas
Title: VP, Government
Phone: (540) 848-1556
E: barb.lucas@accountcontrol.com
    

Key Person #2
Name: Brian Shively
Title: VP of Operation
Phone: (513) 234-3010
E: bshively@accountcontrol.com

 
DASPS-3357-20 – Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP.,
Contractor’s Key Person(s) Contract Information

Key Person #1
Name: Renee Linnabary
Title: Director of Operations
Phone: (206) 919-2088
E: renee.linnabary@lgbs.com

Key Person #2
Name: Lori Gruver
Title: Partner, Chief Compliance Officer
Phone: (512) 634-3765
E: LoriG@lgbs.com

 
DASPS-3358-20 – Integral Recoveries, Inc.,
Contractor’s Key Person(s) Contract Information

Key Person #1
Name: Joe Del Bene
Title: Regional Sales Director
Phone: (303) 317-8455
E: joe@integralrecoveries.com
    

Key Person #2
Name: Terry Boe
Title: President
Phone: (303) 317-8453
E: terry@integralrecoveries.com

 
 
DASPS-3359-20 – Coast Professional, Inc.,
Contractor’s Key Person(s) Contract Information

Key Person #1
Name: Diana Day
Title: National Account Executive
Phone: (585) 667-2906
E: dday@coastprofessional.com

Key Person #2
Name: Brooke Singletary
Title: Vice President of Business Devel.
Phone: (318) 307-9856
E: bsingletary@coastprofessional.com

 
 
DASPS-3360-20 – Professional Credit Service,
Contractor’s Key Person(s) Contract Information

Key Person #1
Name: Jeffrey D. Johnson
Title: CCO
Phone: (541) 335-2207
Cell: (541) 844-5177
E: Jeff@hawes.group
    

Key Person #2
Name: Joseph R. Hawes
Title: CEO
Phone: (360) 567-4980
Cell: (541) 915-0006
E: joe@hawes.group

 
Timothy J. Jenks, OPAC, OPBC, CPPB
State Procurement Analyst, Asset Management Team
(503) 378-4778 (O), (503) 779-5789 (M)
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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A message from DAS Procurement Services
Title: Price Agreement # 6446 with Taylor Motorcycles, Inc.
Date: April 2, 2020
Location: Woodburn, OR.
Category: ATVs, Motorcycles, etc..
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To All Authorized Purchasers:
Please be advised Price Agreement No. 6446 will expire May 1, 2020, and NOT be renewed.
This was a choice initiated by the vendor as they have elected to close their business.
For more information regarding this message, you may contact the Contract Administrator
 
John Starrs
State Procurement Analyst
DAS – Procurement Services
1225 Ferry St SE. Salem, OR. 97301
(P) 503-378-4643
(E) John.Starrs@Oregon.Gov
Visit us online: http://procurement.oregon.gov

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A message from DAS Procurement Services

Title: Accounts Receivable Management; Debt Collection Services
Date: March 30, 2020
Action Required?: No

The following nine (9) price agreements for Accounts Receivable Management; Debt Collection Services will be terminated April 30, 2020.  No new purchase orders should be issued beyond April 30, 2020.

Price Agreement 1461, Premiere Credit of North America, LLC.
Price Agreement 1463, Account Control Technology, Inc.
Price Agreement 1466, Windham Professionals, Inc.
Price Agreement 1467, Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP.
Price Agreement 1468, Professional Credit Service
Price Agreement 1470, NACM Northwest Service Company,
Price Agreement 1472, Collecto, Inc.
Price Agreement 4203, Performant Recovery Inc.
Price Agreement 5835, Transworld Systems, Inc..

The replacement agreements are currently in the signature process and will completed shortly.  Once those agreement have been completed DAS PS will be issuing a Buyer Link introducing those agreements. 

What follows is information your Agency may wish to think about.

Does your agency have accounts that are currently assigned to a Private Collection Firm (PCF)? Note: This does not include accounts forwarded by the Department of Revenue Other Agency Accounts (DOR-OAA).

If yes, then you need to understand when the associated purchase order expires.  Accounts may remain with the PCF until the underlying purchase order expires. This means, if your agency has a purchase order in place you can let it run out.  What happens next depends on your agency and whether it is subject to the assignment requirements of ORS 293.231 (also known as Centralization).

If your agency is subject to ORS 293.231 then the Agency will need to cancel and request the return of the assigned account(s) upon the expiration of the purchase order.

(Note: Because of the changes made to ORS 293 during the 2017 session, agencies subject to ORS 293, may no longer assign accounts directly to a PCF.)
Agencies should evaluate accounts returned from the PCF for possible write-off (see OAM 35.50.10) and/or reassign the account(s) to DOR-OAA. (Please remember that an obligation to pay a debt does not cease to exist when the account is written off.)

Agencies that are not subject to ORS 293.231 (such as, but not limited to, private universities and semi-independent agencies) should determine if the PCF currently being used was awarded the new price agreement.

If the PCF currently being used was not awarded the new price agreement, the agency will have two options:
1. Initiate a purchase order with one of the new PCFs using the new price agreement numbers (Please refer to ORPIN for more information), or
2. Issue a separate, assignment for collection contract to the PCF your agency currently uses, if authorized (check with your agency procurement staff for more information).

Note: Agencies not subject to ORS 293.231 will need to request the return of assigned accounts from the current PCF upon expiration of the purchase order and evaluate those accounts for possible write-off (see OAM 35.50.10) and/or reassignment to either DOR-OAA or to one of the PCF that were awarded the new price agreement.

If the PCF currently being used is one of the six PCFs who were awarded the new price agreement, then your agency can simply issue a new purchase order that references the new price agreement number and the vendor does NOT have to cancel/return the account(s). It is important to note that this step needs to occur before the agency’s current purchase order expires.




Timothy J. Jenks, OPAC, OPBC, CPPB
State Procurement Analyst, Asset Management Team
(503) 378-4778 (O), (503) 779-5789 (M)
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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A message from DAS Procurement Services
 
Title: Information Request, Strategic Sourcing and Sourcing Team Members
Date: February 13, 2018
Action Required?: Please
Category: Strategic Sourcing
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The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS) has conducted a Price Agreement (PA) determination to evaluate the feasibility of developing a formal solicitation which will result in a Price Agreement for Floating Restrooms. 
 
DAS PS is issuing this request in order to obtain future spend information related to the services, and to seek sourcing team members to participate with the drafting of the solicitation and serving on the Evaluation Committee. 
 
If your agency currently purchases, and/or is planning on future purchases of these services, please submit the following information to:  Kelly.Mann@oregon.gov
 
Agency name and your name;
Estimated future spend data (2020-2024);
What is the primary source of funds for the purchase of these services?   Are any federal funds used, and if so, what percentage?
Would someone from your agency be available to participate in the sourcing and/or evaluation team?  If so, please provide the contact information.
Is there any additional information you can provide to assist in this process?
 
Please respond to me by April 10, 2020.   Thank you for your time; it is appreciated. 
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If you have any questions, or need additional information, please let me know.  Thank you.
 
 
 
Kelly Blanchard, CPPB
State Procurement Analyst, Construction & Facilities
503-378-6602
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

​Dear Procurementarians,

So, you may have heard phrases such as “living in these uncertain times”, or “we understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing “, or “we’re all in this together” ad nauseam lately. I’m sure they mean well, but to hear it so often, these phrases appear to be almost disingenuous.

My message today is simple; your Surplus Property program is still here, still open, and still fully operational (albeit with a skeleton crew; here they are finding time to eat lunch). We still have folks at the mother ship, helping agencies, receiving property and taking care of daily business.


I don’t really have anything to feature today, as I’ve been out of the office for a few days, and haven’t had a chance to wander the warehouse much. My boss Sven (Yes, this is really him….I might not have a job now, but there it is) lets me work from home two day a week, so I thought I would give you some pointers on how to cope with this situation.


Dress for comfort
Relay expectations to family members
Leave the TV off
Fur babies may try to get your attention
Different perspectives are just fine
When working from home, it’s all about you
Commute? What commute?
Don’t get too distracted


So don’t forget, living in these uncertain times, we understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing, but just remember that we’re all in this together…..where have I heard this before…..but just know that we’re here either off-site or in person, to help you out if you need anything. Joe Mannion, our agency salesperson, is available by phone or by email (503-378-4089, or joe.mannion@oregon.gov)*. You can still visit the warehouse 8:00-5:00 Monday-Friday. We are limiting (closing) the warehouse to the general public for the most part for your social distancing convenience; if/when you come to the warehouse, just follow the signs on the doors that will direct you where to go.

You folks take it easy out there. Not to be Debbie Downer or anything, but this thing may get worse before it gets better, so be good humans and stay safe out there. I know you’ve heard this a million times by now, but wash your hands often, practice your safe distancing, and avoid large crowds. Remember, we’re here if you need us.
 *I know that being stuck at home with family or pets can be trying. When I say Joe can help you with anything you need, I don’t think he can help with pharmaceuticals or alcohol. I know a few of you have asked, but I just wanted to put that out there.

Have a great day everybody, and stay safe out there!

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
 

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A message from DAS Procurement Services
 
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DAS PS is sending this notification to request that Authorized Purchasers utilizing services provided under Price Agreement 3396 Armored Vehicle Services be mindful of their office closures.
In the event your office is closed due to Governor Brown’s Executive Order EO 20-12 please inform Loomis Armored US of your office’s closure by sending an email to the address below. 


LoomisportlandOR@us.loomis.com


Be sure to include the pickup address, pick up time and contact person for the location.
If you have any questions about this request please contact the Contract Administrator listed below.
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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 interruption of service.
https://www.loomis.us/about-us/bcp-plan
 
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Dion Kerleé, CPPB, OPBC OCAC
State Procurement Analyst, Business Services
503-378-2816
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited
 
 

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A message from DAS Procurement Services

Title:   Shared Mailboxes
Date:  03/17/2020
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Due to Technical Difficulties, until further notice we are temporarily unable to access/monitor the following Procurement Services Shared Mailboxes:

ORCPP Help Desk (info.orcpp@oregon.gov)
ORPIN Help Desk (info.orpin@oregon.gov)
DAS PS Customer Care (egs.pscustomercare@oregon.gov)
Training (EGSPS.training@oregon.gov)

The issues began early on Saturday Mar. 14th, so if you have sent requests to us via any of these mailboxes as of Friday afternoon we have likely not seen them yet. 

DAS IT is working on a solution to the problem, and we will notify you as soon as possible when these mailboxes become available again and we can start answering requests once more. 

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we appreciate your patience.

If you have any questions, please contact me.

Thank you!

 
Kelly Stevens-Malnar
Cooperative Program Manager
Small Business Outreach & Education
(P) 503-378-3976  (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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A message from DAS Procurement Services
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Attention Colleagues..

Due to the closure of schools and other facilities, it is urgent that  communication with your Food Service Products Suppliers about your facilities required Orders and Deliveries as soon as possible

Supplies are operating business as usual, so Please contact your chosen supplier to  them know if your facility Orders/Deliveries are NOT needed and  make other arrangements as appropriate for your facilities requirements.

For more information regarding this message, contact Lori Doke, State Procurement Analyst, at (971) 719-1627 or via email lori.doke@oregon.gov


 
Lori Doke, CPPB, OPBC, CTAC
State Procurement Analyst
(C) – (971) 719-1627
Department of Administrative Services
EGS-Procurement Services
1225 Ferry St. SE U140
Salem, OR 97301
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 – Limited

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A message from DAS Procurement Services
 
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Attention Colleagues:
 
As global supply chain disruptions related to COVID-19 continue, the following goods are currently unavailable under Contract #5737 (Office Depot/OfficeMax) and Contract #5739 (Staples):
 

  • Hand sanitizer
  • Protectant gloves
  • Disinfectant wipes

 
As the DAS Price Agreement Administrator, I hereby approve an exception to allow the purchase of these items from other than these mandatory Statewide Price Agreements until the Governor lifts the State of Emergency.
 
When the State of Emergency is lifted and supply is replenished, additional notification will be communicated.
 
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
 
Keri Ashford, CPPB, OPBC
State Procurement Analyst
State of Oregon | Department of Administrative Services | Enterprise Goods & Services | Procurement Services |
keri.a.ashford@oregon.gov | 503.378.4680 | 1225 Ferry St SE | Salem, OR 97301
 

​The Oregon Procurement Advanced Certification Study Guide is now available at the DAS PS Procurement Training > Oregon procurement certification  > Certification requirements and applications > Oregon Procurement Basic Certification (OPAC) webpage as well as from iLearn in the course description area of the DAS PS - Oregon Procurement Advanced Certification Exam


John Koljesky
Statewide Training Coordinator
DAS Procurement Services
503-378-2497
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx
Data Classification Level 1 - Limited

​Clackamas County
Position: Procurement & Contract Analyst

Summary:
Clackamas County is seeking a detail-oriented candidate to join our Procurement & Contract Services team as a Procurement and Contract Analyst. The ideal scenario would be to hire a candidate with significant experience in conducting formal procurements and contract negotiation for complex health and human services and/or professional services contracts. This position will independently develop and negotiate contracts, review, edit and negotiate vendor initiated contracts, conduct and oversee intermediate/informal and formal procurements and complex proposals of a non-routine nature. Work is highly varied and complex requiring knowledge of many different and unrelated processes and methods. Decisions at this level are often independently made and based on a thorough analysis of alternatives, adaptation of procedures or resolution of incomplete or conflicting technical, program, or contractor data.

The Procurement & Contract Services Office within the Finance Department is responsible for the centralized procurement of goods and services, professional services, public improvement construction, construction related services, software licensing agreements, and other contracts on behalf of the County and special districts. This Office also manages the County surplus property and procurement card programs.

Please note that this recruitment is for one position, however, an eligibility roster will be established as the Office is seeking approval for several additional positions.

Close Date:
This position will remain open until filled. The next application review will be Thursday March 19, 2020. We reserve the right to close this recruitment at any time on or after that date.

The direct link to the job posting is: https://hrapp.clackamas.us/psc/recruit/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&JobOpeningId=105361PostingSeq=1&SiteId=1&languageCd=ENG&FOCUS=Applicant

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Title: New Statewide Price Agreement for Universal Restaurant Equipment

Category: New PA Release
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Good morning!

The following Statewide Price Agreement (PA) 9500 with Bargreen/Ellingson of Oregon, for Universal Restaurant Equipment has been awarded,  is ready for use by all Authorized Purchasers and can be located in ORPIN.

Buyers Guide and Manufacturer Discount Matrix is attached in Privileged Attachments folder in ORPIN.

The Authorized Purchaser, State of Oregon Agency’s, ORCPP and MCUA Members, need to consider any driving factors, such as state or federal legislation, federal regulations, business operational needs, and any independent quality assurance regulations.

It is recommended that ordering entities should consider Lead Times when placing an order and ordering entities should have a discussion with the Contractor to determine availability, other discounts,  service delivery and best value for the State of Oregon.

NOTE: Statewide Agreement 3394 with Curtis Restaurant is still active and may be use for purchases and best value analysis.

For more information regarding this message, contact Lori Doke, State Procurement Analyst, at (503) 373-1566 or via email lori.doke @oregon.gov

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Title: Motor Oil and Miscellaneous Petroleum Products
Date: 3/10/2020
Location: Statewide
Category: New Price Agreement for Phillips 66 Company
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The State of Oregon has entered into a new statewide price agreement with Phillips 66 Company for motor oil and other miscellaneous petroleum products.

Current Price Agreement 2568, with Phillips 66 Company, will mutually terminate on Thursday March 12, 2020 and be replaced with Price Agreement #9505.

A copy of the Buyers’ Guide and Price Agreement along with current products/pricing information can be found in the attachments exist folder of the Price Agreement’s ORPIN page.

Authorized Purchasers include  State of Oregon agencies, ORCPP members and MCUA participants.

Please continue to monitor ORPIN for future updates.

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For more information regarding this message, contact Brent Lutz, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-4137 or via email brent.l.lutz@oregon.gov

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Title: Reduction in Wholesale Fuel Prices
Date: March 10, 2020
Action Required? It is encouraged, if applicable to your agency
Category: Bulk Fuel
 
Attention Authorized Users & Purchasers:

Wholesale Rack Prices for bulk fuel are currently poised for large reductions. I highly recommend taking a moment to read the article below.

The following Price Agreements for bulk fuel are in effect: 0498, 9510, 9511, 9512, 9514, 9515, 9516, 9517, 9518 and 9519.

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OPIS Real-Time Racks monitors wholesale gasoline and diesel prices and moves in real time



March 9, 2020
 
Data compiled by Oil Price Information Service (OPIS) indicates that U.S. suppliers have reacted quickly to the change in global oil market prices and have made sizable reductions in wholesale rack prices. The changes average more than 11cts/gal countrywide and include diesel, gasoline, propane and biodiesel among the finished products impacted.
 
Every U.S. state has witnessed price changes that started this morning and have extended into the afternoon as suppliers reckon with a drop in crude prices over the weekend that amounted to some 30%, shoving West Texas crude into the low $30s and the mid-$30s for Brent.
 
Massachusetts and Nevada sported some of the biggest declines, which have averaged more than 16cts/gal combining all products. Some of the smaller increases amounted to half that in such states as Minnesota and Wisconsin.
 
Gasoline racks have declined more than any other product, with an average drop of 12cts/gal, followed by diesel at 10.41cts/gal, biodiesel at 9.82cgts/gal and propane at 4cts/gal. It was largely the independent refiners and independent wholesalers who move over-the-rack barrels who punched prices lower.
 
Among the big refiners, Valero sliced prices an average of 16cts/gal through a large swath of its marketing sector. BP trimmed prices 10.36cts/gal across a smaller area, while Flint Hills cut prices an average of 12.4cts/gal across its markets, including the Southeast.
 


OPIS Real-Time Racks offers visibility into live wholesale gasoline and diesel rack prices and moves. Yesterday alone saw over 15,000 price moves. Don't miss any more -- get access for 10 days and monitor intraday price moves in your local rack market so you can react immediately to market conditions with real-time price insight.

     

For more information regarding this message, contact John Starrs, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-4643 or via email john.starrs@oregon.gov  

John Starrs
State Procurement Analyst
State of Oregon / DAS - Procurement Services
1225 Ferry Street SE
Salem, OR. 97301
[D] 503-378-4643

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Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

1.)    Date Extended:

 

We’re Currently Hiring!

Check out these exciting opportunities with OHCS and please feel free to share open competitive opportunities with your professional network.


Grants & Contracts Officer (PCS3) > REQ-32545   Closing Date Extended: 03/17/2020   *JOB ROTATION*
The OHCS Procurement & Grants Compliance Section is offering an opportunity for an OHCS employee to come on a JOB ROTATION as a Grants & Contracts Officer (PCS3). This position will independently develop, negotiate and administer complex or high-risk grants, contracts, and agreements that may be politically sensitive and have multiple funding sources, funding arrangements and policy interpretation.

Internal Applicants, you may apply by: logging in to your Workday profile > Click the “Career” icon > Under the ‘View’ column, click on “Internal – Find Jobs” https://wd5.myworkday.com/oregon/d/inst/15$158872/9925$34993.htmld


Thank you!
Sandra Flickinger
Procurement & Grant Compliance Manager
Chief Financial Office
725 Summer St NE, Suite B | Salem, OR 97301
P: 503-986-2147 | C: 971-719-6957
pronouns: she, her, hers

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2.)    Training Seats Available:

Title:  Space available in Using Statewide Price Agreements
Date:  March 18, 2020; 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Location:  Broadway Commons, Salem OR
Action Required?:  YES
Category:  Training
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There is still space available in our Using Statewide Price Agreements Class on Wednesday, March 18, 2020.  The course costs $75.00 and students will earn 3.5 Oregon Public Procurement Training contact hours good towards certification/recertification.

This class will help State and non-State agency employees 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". This course will not go over how to search in ORPIN.

If you wish to register for this course, you may do so here (you’ll be asked to log into iLearn first).  Please make sure you are able to attend before registering.  You will need to pay for the course at the time of registration.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Administrative Assistant, at 503-378-5396 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov.


 
DAS Procurement Services Training Team
503-378-5396
Egsps.training@oregon.gov
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx

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Title: Information Request, Strategic Sourcing and Sourcing Team Members
Date: February 13, 2018
Action Required?: Please
Category: Strategic Sourcing
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The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS) has conducted a Price Agreement (PA) determination to evaluate the feasibility of developing a formal solicitation which will result in a Price Agreement for Floating Restrooms. 

DAS PS is issuing this Buyer Link in order to obtain future spend information related to the services, and to seek sourcing team members to participate with the drafting of the solicitation and serving on the Evaluation Committee. 

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

  1. Agency name and your name;
  2. Estimated future spend data (2020-2024);
  3. What is the primary source of funds for the purchase of these services?   Are any federal funds used, and if so, what percentage?
  4. Would someone from your agency be available to participate in the sourcing and/or evaluation team?  If so, please provide the contact information.
  5. Is there any additional information you can provide to assist in this process?


Please respond to me by March 20, 2020.   Thank you for your time; it is appreciated. 
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If you have any questions, or need additional information, please let me know.  Thank you.
 
Kelly Blanchard, CPPB
State Procurement Analyst, Construction & Facilities
503-378-6602
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

​Title: New QRF Price Agreement / Temporary Services / The DPI Group (Formerly DePaul Industries)
Date: February 28, 2020
Category: QRF Replacement of QRF Price Agreement 8451 with NEW PRICE AGREEMENT 0505
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Good Morning OrCPP Members,
Price Agreement 8451 uses outdated language and ordering methods that have updated in consultation with DOJ.

QRF Price Agreement 8451 has been replaced by QRF Price Agreement 0505 for Temporary Services.

All existing contracts (Purchase Orders, Work Order Contracts, etc.) that expire within a few months of May 6, 2020, that won’t need to be extended, may remain in place under PA 8451, with no change necessary.

Existing contracts that still have a lengthy amount of time prior to expiration, or any contract in the middle of being amended, should be transferred to QRF Price Agreement 0505, with the mandatory Work Order Contract (WOC) template located on ORPIN.

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For more information regarding this message, contact Rena Sawyer, QRF Price Agreement and Contract Administrator, at 503-507-1246, or via email Rena.Sawyer@Oregon.gov or Darvin Pierce, QRF Program Coordinator, at 971-718-6212 or via email at Darvin.Pierce@Oregon.gov.

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A message from DAS Procurement Services

March Declared “PROCUREMENT MONTH’ In Oregon

Colleagues,

Governor Brown has once again declared March to be ‘Procurement Month in Oregon’.  The Governor notes  in her proclamation that “The procurement, supply, and logistics profession plays a significant role in the quality and efficiency of business and government operations through the United States…” 


Happy Procurement Month!
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Good Morning ORCPP Members,

Title:  Space available in Procurement courses
Date:  February 11 and February 18
Location: various
Action Required?:  YES
Category:  Training
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There is space available in two upcoming DAS Procurement Services courses, Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement & Demystifying Terms and Conditions.

Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement is being offered on Tuesday, February 11, 2020; the course costs $125.00 and students will earn 7 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?  An in-class exercise will show students how they can implement sustainable concepts, processes and directives into their procurements.  This class is for any member of a state organization who wishes to learn how to conduct procurements using sustainable concepts, processes and 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 iLearn 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.
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Demystifying Terms and Conditions is being offered on Tuesday, February 18, 2020; the course costs $75.00 and students will earn 3.5 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 would like to register for this course, you may do so here (you’ll be asked to log into iLearn 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.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Administrative Assistant, at 503-378-5396 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov.

​Good Day OrCPP Members and Happy Friday!

DEADLINE to Register:  February 21st

Don’t miss this once in a biennia event to attend the Partners in Public Procurement Conference coming March 3 & 4, 2020.   There are amazing sessions with information that will empower you as procurement professional and bring value to your organization! 

**Receive 12 Continuing Education Credits
**$100 for both days, includes lunch!
Location:  Salem Convention Center

Luncheon Keynote Speaker on Day One:  Dr. Carlos Mena, Nike Professor of Supply Chain Management at PSU will deliver our luncheon keynote.
Luncheon Awards Ceremony Day Two:  State Chief Procurement Officer, Debbie Dennis will present awards to individuals recognizing their outstanding contributions to the procurement profession.

**Customize your learning by selecting YOUR sessions of interest – There is something for every procurement professional, whether you are new to procurement or have years of experience!

-    Integrating Sustainability in to the Procurement Process
-    Innovations in Sustainable Procurement
-    Exceptional Customer Service
-    Explore Pathways to advance your career through certification

-    Power of Cooperatives and leveraging agreements for deep cost and time savings
-    What and Who is Basecamp?  Explore the Informational Technology portal to access resources
-    IT Projects:  Modernization and Innovation
-    IT Cloud Contracting – leveraging the new contracts for transition to the Cloud
-    Strengthening Supplier/Contractor Relationships:  Annually Oregon spends billions on goods, services, and construction and why these relationships are critical to Oregon’s economic success
-    OregonBuys:  Learn more about the end-to-end e-Procurement system coming soon (ORPIN replacement)

-    Legislative Updates that impact procurement and what it means for your agency
-    Disaster Preparedness:  What the State is doing and what we can do as individuals to prepare
-    The Future of Procurement:  Workforce challenges and how procurement is changing
-    Continuous Improvement Methodologies:  Insight into improving your processes and efficiencies – lead to BIG results

-    Construction Contracting:  Tips and insight into the complex world of construction contracting
-    Procurement Ethics:  Guidance and reminders on what it means to be a responsible public official
-    Socio-Economic Considerations:  Why are QRFs are so important to Oregon’s disabled persons population – hear their success stories
-    COBID:  Utilizing the search feature and their office for purposeful inclusion, growth, and results for disadvantaged businesses
-    Overcoming Barriers for COBID firms and Oregon’s small businesses:  Panel discussion on real barriers and how agencies & community partners are working together

-    Insurance & Bonding:  The importance of appropriate coverage – What’s the Risk?
-    Independent Contractor vs Employee?  Do you understand the difference with these relationships?
-    Market Research:  Conducting Market Research & intelligence is a critical part of the procurement process – Explore tools that can assist in maximizing your procurement efforts & success
-    Demystifying Contracts Terms & Conditions:  Karen Johnson from the Oregon Department of Justice will provide a deeper dive in to the Standard Ts & Cs
-    Evaluation Committees:  Expert Panel will discuss the important strategies that result in fair, impartial, and efficient proposal evaluation
-    Contract Negotiations:  Tips and guidance to improve contract negotiations skills and methods

On behalf of all of us here at DAS PS, we look forward to meeting you!

Have a great weekend!
 
Kelly Stevens-Malnar
Cooperative Program Manager
Small Business Outreach & Education
(P) 503-378-3976  (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited
     

Register to attend now
We're excited to announce that attendee registration is now open for the 2020 Partners in Public Procurement Conference and Tradeshow! This premiere two-day conference event brings state and local procurement professionals together with vendors to promote collaboration and innovation. We've put together an exciting line up of sessions and invite you to join us — view the conference session schedule here >>
 
Attendee registration fee: $100.00 (lunch included both days)
You'll earn 12 other procurement continuing education contact hours for attending this two-day event. Here's the two-step registration process:
1.    Register and pay through iLearn Oregon (iLearn account required).
2.    Visit the conference event website link provided in the iLearn course description to register for specific sessions and make lunch selection.
 
Attendee registration deadline: February 21 
 
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Title: Motor Oil and Miscellaneous Petroleum Products
Date: 2/4/2020
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The State of Oregon has entered into two new statewide price agreements for motor oil and other miscellaneous petroleum products.

PA 9504 – Automotive and Industrial Distributors of Billings

PA 9506 – Wilson Oil, dba Wilcox and Flegel

Authorized Purchasers may also continue to use PA 2568, with Phillips 66 Company, until it expires on May 13, 2020.

A copy of the Price Agreement, Buyers’ Guide along with current products/pricing information can be found in the attachments exist folder of the Price Agreement’s ORPIN page.

Please continue to monitor ORPIN for future updates.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Brent Lutz, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-4137 or via email brent.l.lutz@oregon.gov

 
Brent Lutz OPBC
State Procurement Analyst
Vehicles and Transportation Sourcing Team
(P) 503-378-4137 (F) 503-373-1626
Brent.l.lutz@oregon.gov
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification 2 – Limited.

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Good Morning ORCPP Members,
 
Project eNewsletter | January 2020

Project update
During the first month of 2020, the project team was hard at work finalizing and submitting required documents to DAS Enterprise Information Services for State Gate 3 approval. The Stage Gate process is a formal review and approval required for all state IT investments. We look forward to receiving this endorsement soon so that we can share the final project schedule with you.
 
Other project activities included conducting core team kickoff meetings with 22 of the 23 large and medium sized agencies and holding a small agency forum in Tigard. We learned so much throughout the sessions and want to thank everyone who participated.
 
OregonBuys: One unified system — modernizing state procurement
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Agency wave enrollment update
 
Once we receive Stage Gate 3 endorsement, we’ll send out the start and end dates for each wave, along with a 2-week advance notification of when the agency enrollment period begins. Enrollment will be self-selected on a first come first served basis and should be completed by each agency’s Designated Procurement Officer (DPO) or equivalent. Please stay tuned for more on agency wave enrollment.
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Stay in the know — attend a forum

State agency staff can sign up now to attend the February 13 OregonBuys forum which will be held at the Employment Department Auditorium from 9 - 11 a.m. This session will include targeted topics, a system demo, and a hosted Q&A session.
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What can OrCPP members expect?
During Phase 1 when ORPIN is replaced with OregonBuys, Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (ORCPP) members will be able to search Statewide Price Agreements and post solicitations. At the same time, we'll be working with a pre-selected group of ORCPP members to pilot additional functionality.
 
During Phase 2, the added functionality shown below will become available to all ORCPP members:
 
Once we get State Gate 3 approval we'll share the time frame for these project Phases along with training opportunities to help you get up to speed.
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Vendors and suppliers - register now for OregonBuys
 
State agencies will begin using OregonBuys in mid-2020. The transition to this new system requires all vendors and suppliers to register in OregonBuys to continue doing business with the state.
 
Registration is easy and free! Visit this link and click on the blue "Register" button in the top right hand corner of the webpage. Email us if you need registration assistance: support.oregonbuys@oregon.gov
 
Tell us what you're interested in
We're listening — send us an email and tell us what you want you learn more about: oregonbuys.info@oregon.gov.
 
Visit our project website for more information: https://oregonbuys.oregon.gov.

Tell us what you're interested in
We're listening — send us an email and tell us what you want you learn more about: oregonbuys.info@oregon.gov.
 
Visit our project website for more information: https://oregonbuys.oregon.gov

​Good Day OrCPP Members and Happy Friday!

Don’t miss this once in a biennia event to attend the Partners in Public Procurement Conference coming March 3 & 4, 2020.   There are amazing sessions with information that will empower you as procurement professional and bring value to your organization! 

**Receive 12 Continuing Education Credits
**$100 for both days, includes lunch!

Luncheon Keynote Speaker on Day One:  Dr. Carlos Mena, Nike Professor of Supply Chain Management at PSU will deliver our luncheon keynote.
Luncheon Awards Ceremony Day Two:  State Chief Procurement Officer, Debbie Dennis will present awards to individuals recognizing their outstanding contributions to the procurement profession.

**Customize your learning by selecting YOUR sessions of interest – There is something for every procurement professional, whether you are new to procurement or have years of experience!


- Integrating Sustainability in to the Procurement Process
- Innovations in Sustainable Procurement
- Exceptional Customer Service
- Explore Pathways to advance your career through certification

- Power of Cooperatives and leveraging agreements for deep cost and time savings
- What and Who is Basecamp?  Explore the Informational Technology portal to access resources
- IT Projects:  Modernization and Innovation
- IT Cloud Contracting – leveraging the new contracts for transition to the Cloud
- Strengthening Supplier/Contractor Relationships:  Annually Oregon spends billions on goods, services, and construction and why these relationships are critical to Oregon’s economic success
- OregonBuys:  Learn more about the end-to-end e-Procurement system coming soon (ORPIN replacement)

- Legislative Updates that impact procurement and what it means for your agency
- Disaster Preparedness:  What the State is doing and what we can do as individuals to prepare
- The Future of Procurement:  Workforce challenges and how procurement is changing
- Continuous Improvement Methodologies:  Insight into improving your processes and efficiencies – lead to BIG results

- Construction Contracting:  Tips and insight into the complex world of construction contracting
- Procurement Ethics:  Guidance and reminders on what it means to be a responsible public official
- Socio-Economic Considerations:  Why are QRFs are so important to Oregon’s disabled persons population – hear their success stories
- COBID:  Utilizing the search feature and their office for purposeful inclusion, growth, and results for disadvantaged businesses
- Overcoming Barriers for COBID firms and Oregon’s small businesses:  Panel discussion on real barriers and how agencies & community partners are working together

- Insurance & Bonding:  The importance of appropriate coverage – What’s the Risk?
- Independent Contractor vs Employee?  Do you understand the difference with these relationships?
- Market Research:  Conducting Market Research & intelligence is a critical part of the procurement process – Explore tools that can assist in maximizing your procurement efforts & success
- Demystifying Contracts Terms & Conditions:  Karen Johnson from the Oregon Department of Justice will provide a deeper dive in to the Standard Ts & Cs
- Evaluation Committees:  Expert Panel will discuss the important strategies that result in fair, impartial, and efficient proposal evaluation
- Contract Negotiations:  Tips and guidance to improve contract negotiations skills and methods

As a non-State employee you will need to create an iLearn account to register for the conference; please see the attached document for an Easy 1, 2 3 steps to create an account (if you don’t already have an account).

Registration is link is below!

On behalf of all of us here at DAS PS, we look forward to meeting you!

Have a great weekend!
 
Kelly Stevens-Malnar
Cooperative Program Manager
Small Business Outreach & Education
(P) 503-378-3976  (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

      
Register to attend now
We're excited to announce that attendee registration is now open for the 2020 Partners in Public Procurement Conference and Tradeshow! This premiere two-day conference event brings state and local procurement professionals together with vendors to promote collaboration and innovation. We've put together an exciting line up of sessions and invite you to join us — view the conference session schedule here >>
 
Attendee registration fee: $100.00 (lunch included both days)
You'll earn 12 other procurement continuing education contact hours for attending this two-day event. Here's the two-step registration process:
1. Register and pay through iLearn Oregon (iLearn account required).
2. Visit the conference event website link provided in the iLearn course description to register for specific sessions and make lunch selection.
 
Attendee registration deadline: February 21 

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Good Morning ORCPP Members,

We are anticipating a training trip to Bend to teach an agency specific procurement class the week of 16 March 2020.
If there’s enough interest (15 students minimum) we’re also willing to teach a Fundamentals of Procurement class then as well.
If you are interested in the Fundamentals class, please register in iLearn for DAS PS - Fundamentals of Procurement ($10,000 to $150,000) IN CLASS.

John Koljesky
Statewide Training Coordinator
DAS Procurement Services
503-378-2497
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx
Data Classification Level 1 - Limited

​Driver and Motor Vehicle Services

Do you need a Real ID?
 
Something big is happening October first of this year. If you aren’t paying attention, it might mean missing your flight out of PDX or any other airport across the U.S.
On that date the Transportation Security Administration, or TSA, begins requiring a new type of identification to board a commercial aircraft. The new ID must be compliant with something called the Real ID Act. It’s designed to keep us safer in the air, but if you try to board an aircraft using your current Oregon driver license starting in October – it won’t work. That’s because the current Oregon driver license is not Real ID compliant.
Oregon DMV will begin offering a Real ID option on July 6, 2020. To fulfill the demand of nearly one million Oregonians who will want the Real ID option, DMV would have to issue 32 licenses a second every business day from July to October. That’s just not possible.
If you don’t have a Real ID compliant form of ID at the airport, TSA will put you through an alternate identity verification process that could take an hour or more, and you could miss your flight.
There is an answer for Oregonians: obtain and use a passport or passport card. The cost of getting a new passport card is roughly equal to that of getting a replacement license with the Real ID option – and you can apply now at one of over 76 acceptance sites across Oregon.
To find out more, visit https://www.Oregon.gov/REALID
By the way, Washingtonians already have the option of getting a Real ID compliant driver license. If you are a Washington resident, go to https://id2020wa.com/ to find out more.

Oregon Department of Transportation
355 Capitol Street NE, MS 11
Salem, OR , 97301-3871 USA

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A message from DAS Procurement Services

Title: Statewide Price Agreement 5858 Amendment 4
Date: 1/21/2019
Action Required?: Yes
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To all Interested Parties,

Amendment 4, for Price Agreement 5858 with NRC Environmental Services, Inc. for Emergency Response, Time Critical Removal Services-Oil& Hazard Materials, updates Section 4.1 Key Persons has been completed.

Purchasers using this Agreement, please review Amendment 4 that is attached in ORPIN to see how the changes may affect any Orders released by your Agency under this Agreement for these services.

Authorized Purchasers may access the Price Agreements listed below through ORPIN at: http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome

For more information regarding this notice, contact Lori Doke, Agreement Administrator at 503.373.1566 or by email  at: lori.doke@oregon.gov

 
Lori Doke, CPPB, OPBC, OCAC
State Procurement Analyst
(C) – (971) 719-1627
Department of Administrative Services
EGS-Procurement Services
1225 Ferry St. SE U140
Salem, OR 97301
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 – Limited

​Dear Procurementarians,
 
Happy New Year everybody! With the new year comes more and more property into the warehouse in Salem. I just wanted to take a moment and highlight a couple (okay, five) items that have arrived lately.
 
Sunvent solar powered fans
 
We have several Sunvent Model SVT224S solar powered vent fans, new in the box. These are compact, and would work great in a small space that doesn’t have electricity……say, a small storage shed, an outhouse, or a small portable building. I can’t guarantee they’ll work this time of year (because they’re SOLAR, and this is Oregon….in January), but they’ll get the job done when the sun decides to make an appearance again! Oregon #19-133-01, $15.00 ea.    
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PolarTech Jackets
 
I think somebody here at Surplus goofed up……we ordered jackets in the middle of winter and actually received them. Normally this is something we would receive in the middle of summer, but it being the middle of winter, we should be getting items in like air conditioners and fans. AND, the sizes I’ve been seeing are XL…..we typically get sizes from toddler- small child, so….bonus! These are Polartech brand Thermal Pro cold weather jackets, size XL, kind of fleecy, and most are brand new in their package. These would be great to stash in a vehicle for emergencies, or as a back-up in case one of your workers says “I can’t work outside today because I forgot and left my jacket at home”. These are a great buy at $20.00 ea., Oregon #19-386-01.
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JBL Monitors
 
We’ve received several JBL SRX700 monitors/speakers. These have both Bi-Amp and Passive controls, and would work great for the band room or auditorium. This is Oregon #20-034-01, and the service charge is $200 ea.
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Mercury 90HP Outboard Motor
 
This motor is 90HP, 4 stroke, EFI, and the model number is 1F90413HD, and appears to be unused! Oregon #20-018-01A, B and C (we have three of these that are the same configuration). We also have in stock three Honda motors, under Oregon #20-047-01 A-C. The Mercury’s are $2,500 ea., and the Honda’s are going for $2,000 ea.
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Steam Jacketed Kettles
 
The last item I’d like to show you today is a new Southbend double kettle food warmer. This is steam jacketed, the two kettles are 6 gallons each, model DMT-6S-6, and it is all mounted to a sturdy cabinet. This is nearly 100% stainless steel (except for the copper plumbing inside the cabinet), has a pot filler spigot in between the two kettles, and both kettles tilt to the drain sinks in front of them. Oregon #20-017-01A and B (we have two of these currently in stock), and the service charge is $3,500 each.
 
This is just a small sampling of items available at the State and Federal Surplus Property program warehouse. If you would like more information on these items or anything else in the surplus inventory, you can always search our database “Reuse” (located here….no login required), or simply click on the blue highlighted Oregon numbers above for more information on the respective item. You can also contact our agency salesperson Joe Mannion at 503-378-4089, or joe.mannion@oregon.gov, and he’d be happy to help you out (I’m totally speaking for Joe right now….). As always, your agency/organization needs to be current on your eligibility status, so if you’re unsure of this, feel free to contact me with eligibility or general questions (503-378-6022 or darren.kennedy@oregon.gov). Just don’t reply to the listserv, as your message won’t get to me.
 
Have a great rest of your 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.
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Good Morning ORCPP Members,
 
1.) Organizational Improvement Services Price Agreements, Buyer’s Guide Update:
Date: January 16, 2020
Action Required?: No
Category: Buyer’s Guide Update
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The Buyer’s Guide for the fifteen (15) Master Price Agreements for Organizational Improvement Services, has been updated.  The only updates made were to the contact information for the following contracts:
BerryDunn – DASPS-3111-19
CSG – DASPS-3113-19
Pivotal Resources – DASPS-3123-19

All other information remains the same.  Please use this updated version, which will also be uploaded in ORPIN to each of the 15 agreements.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Jennifer Jolley, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-3737-0388 or via email Jennifer.jolley@oregon.gov.
 
Jennifer Jolley, CPPB, OPBC
Procurement & Contracts Specialist, Business Services
503-373-0388
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

 
2.) Partners in Public Procurement Conference
      
Register to attend now
We're excited to announce that attendee registration is now open for the 2020 Partners in Public Procurement Conference and Tradeshow! This premiere two-day conference event brings state and local procurement professionals together with vendors to promote collaboration and innovation. We've put together an exciting line up of sessions and invite you to join us — view the conference session schedule here >>
 
Attendee registration fee: $100.00 (lunch included both days)
You'll earn 12 other procurement continuing education contact hours for attending this two-day event. Here's the two-step registration process:
1.    Register and pay through iLearn Oregon (iLearn account required).
2.    Visit the conference event website link provided in the iLearn course description to register for specific sessions and make lunch selection.
 
Attendee registration deadline: February 21 
 
Award nominations
This year's event also includes an awards program and recognition ceremony during lunch on March 4, 2020. These nominations are open to all Oregon public procurement professionals. Visit our website to learn about the award categories and get the nomination instructions: ppp.oregon.gov.
 
Award nomination deadline extended to January 23.

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Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,
 
1.) IDAS Basecamp Market Research I COTS and Network Equipment:
 Date: January 16, 2020
Category: Market Research for Statewide Price Agreement(s)
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The state of Oregon, through the Basecamp Program (https://www.oregon.gov/basecamp/Pages/default.aspx), is seeking to engage potential stakeholders to help establish statewide cooperative pricing agreement(s) for Commercial Off the Shelf Software (“COTS”) and Network Infrastructure and Equipment solutions. We are reaching out to you in order to understand your organizations information technology needs, future plans to procure, and your willingness to engage us further. Our program's mission is to create valuable price agreements available to public organizations across the state of Oregon.
 
The survey will remain open for the next two weeks, please submit feedback before close of business on 1-31-20. You may forward this on to others in your organization who you feel may be interested, especially those in Information Technology.
 
Please provide your feedback on the following surveys:
   1) Commercial Off the Shelf Software
   https://oregondas.allegiancetech.com/cgi-bin/qwebcorporate.dll?idx=VV3597

   2) Network Infrastructure and Equipment
https://oregondas.allegiancetech.com/cgi-bin/qwebcorporate.dll?idx=HUAYBS
 
The information you share will help us better understand customer demand, and your business requirements, so that we’re able to develop an agreement that brings the value your organization seeks. Thank you for taking the time to support IT organizations across the state.
 
If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Basecamp program at Basecamp@oregon.gov.

Kimberly Mainwaring, CPPB, OPBC
State Procurement Analyst
Information Technology
971-707-0081
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited
   
 
2.) NASPO Telephone Based Interpreters Price Agreements 5752 and 5753
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DAS Price Addendums 5752 & 5753 will expire March 4, 2020 coinciding with the expiration of the NASPO ValuePoint State of New Mexico Master Services Agreements. This is the final term of the Master Agreements.

Based on available spend data agency Authorized Purchasers may choose to conduct an Intermediate Procurement to obtain the services.

Authorized Purchasers interested in the development of statewide Price Agreement(s) for Telephonic Interpreter services should email their spend data for Telephonic Interpreting Services for the last 4 available quarters to the email address below.

Please indicate in your email if your agency would be interested in participating in the RFP development for Telephonic Interpreter Services.

Please contact men if you have any questions.

Dion Kerlee
503-378-2816
dion.kerlee@oregon.gov 
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Price Agreement 5752 Corporate Translation Services, Inc. dba CTS Language Link
Supplier Contact:    Alan Bloch
Phone:    1-360-433-0426
Email:    alan.bloch@ctslanguagelink.com

Price Agreement 5753 Linguistica International
Supplier Contact:    Sabrina Morales
Phone:    1-801-262-4550
Email:    smorales@linguisticainternational.com 
 
Dion Kerleé, CPPB, OPBC OCAC
State Procurement Analyst, Business Services
503-378-2816
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Title: Statewide Price Agreement Re-Assignment
Date: 1/15/2019
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To all Interested Parties,
 
A reassignment of Price Agreement 5589 with Food Service America, Inc. for Food Services Products, Type 2 – Broadline Distribution, has been completed.
 
Current Agreement 5589 will expire 1/15/2020.
 
New Agreement 9509 – US Foods, Inc. for Food Services Products, Type 2 – Broadline Distribution is released ready for use January 14, 2020. There are no Agreement changes to new Agreement 9509.
 
ALL ORDERS PLACE AGAINST PA 5589, PRIOR TO EXPIRATION WILL BE HONORED UNTIL ORDER IS FULFILLED AND COMPLETE - NEW ORDERS PLACED AFTER EXPIRATION OF 5589 (1/15/2020) ARE TO BE PLACE AGAINST NEW US FOODS PA 9509.
 
Authorized Purchaser will find the following Food Service Products Categories defined within the Price Agreement. (For specific PA Food Service Products offered, please see the Pricelist attached in ORPIN).
ORPIN provides access to the Agreement’s Ceiling Fixed Price List, Service Area Map, Key Person’s List, Certificate of Insurance and Buyer’s Guide information. Authorized Purchasers may access the Price Agreements listed below through ORPIN at: http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome
 
For more information regarding this notice, contact Lori Doke, Agreement Administrator at 503.373.1566 or by email at: lori.doke@oregon.gov
 
 
Lori Doke, CPPB, OPBC, OCAC
State Procurement Analyst
(P) – (503)-373-1566 
Department of Administrative Services
EGS-Procurement Services
1225 Ferry St. SE U140
Salem, OR 97301
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 – Limited
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​Don’t miss the opportunity to nominate and recognize that special individual or team within your organization!

Call for award nominations
We need your nominations for the Partners in Public Procurement Conference and Tradeshow awards! These awards are open to all Oregon public procurement professionals and are an exciting way to recognize individuals and teams for going above and beyond. Winners will be publicly recognized at a ceremony held during the conference luncheon on March 4, 2020.
 
Don't miss this opportunity to recognize your peers and leaders before the deadline on January 16!
Award categories:
• Procurement innovation (teams only)
• Cost savings (individuals or teams)
• Contribution to the Public Procurement Profession (individuals only)
• State Chief Procurement Officer Award - Procurement Leader of the Year (individuals or teams)
 
Learn more about the nomination criteria and how scores are calculated on the awards program webpage.
 
Deadline to apply: January 16, 2020 


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Title: New Price Agreements # 9518 and # 0498.
Date: January 6, 2020
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To All Authorized Purchasers:

Please be advised the following two price agreements were executed today, January 6, 2020, published in ORPIN and available for use by all authorized purchasers within state agencies and applicable OrCPP members.

Price Agreement # 9518 with Tyree Oil, Inc.

Price Agreement # 0498 with CECO, Inc. (Formerly Carson Oil)
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For more information regarding this message, you may contact the Contract Administrator found below.
 
John Starrs
State Procurement Analyst
DAS – Procurement Services
1225 Ferry St SE. Salem, OR. 97301
(P) 503-378-4643
(E) John.Starrs@Oregon.Gov
Visit us online: http://procurement.oregon.gov

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Title: New Price Agreements # 9511, 9516 and 9519.
Date: January 2, 2020
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To All Authorized Purchasers:
 
Please be advised the following three price agreements were executed, January 2, 2020, published in ORPIN, and available for use by all authorized purchasers within state agencies and applicable OrCPP members.
 
Price Agreement # 9511 with Bretthauer Oil Company
 
Price Agreement # 9516 with Mansfield Oil Company of Gainesville
 
Price Agreement # 9519 with Wilson Oil Company
 
Two price agreements remain open pending contractor submissions of final documentation.
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For more information regarding this message, you may contact the Contract Administrator found below.

John Starrs
State Procurement Analyst
DAS – Procurement Services
1225 Ferry St SE. Salem, OR. 97301
(P) 503-378-4643
(E) John.Starrs@Oregon.Gov
Visit us online: http://procurement.oregon.gov

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Title: Price Agreements # 9510, 9512, 9514, 9515, 9517.
Date: July 11, 2019
Action Required: Yes, if you are classified as a State Agency or an OrCPP member and use Statewide Price Agreements for purchasing Bulk Fuel.
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To All Authorized Purchasers:
 
Please be advised the five price agreements referenced above were executed today, December 31, 2019, published in ORPIN and now available for use beginning January 1, 2020 by all authorized purchasers within state agencies and applicable OrCPP members.
 
An additional five more price agreements will be issued over the next few days pending contractors submissions of signed documentation.
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For more information regarding this message, you may contact the Contract Administrator found below.
 
John Starrs
State Procurement Analyst
DAS – Procurement Services
1225 Ferry St SE. Salem, OR. 97301
(P) 503-378-4643
(E) John.Starrs@Oregon.Gov
Visit us online: http://procurement.oregon.gov

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Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,
 
1.) ILearn is currently down:
-The State system for enrolling in procurement training classes dealt with a potential security threat around Christmas that caused the system to shut down.  We are still awaiting a time frame for when ILearn will back online, but we do not have that yet.  There is a potential for it to be out for several more days.  DAS PS will notify everyone when the system is back up and operational.  Thanks for your patience.
 
2.) Partners in Public Procurement Conference Awards
A message from the State Chief Procurement Officer
Debbie Dennis, State CPO
I’m writing today to invite you to nominate a peer, leader, or team for one of the awards being given at this year's Partners in Public Conference and Tradeshow. This is an exciting way to acknowledge and appreciate those who go above and beyond in our field.
 
The awards program recognizes outstanding procurement contributions of individuals and teams with four separate awards. Nominations are open to all public procurement professionals in Oregon and submissions will be evaluated by a team of procurement leaders. Winners will be publicly recognized at a ceremony held during the conference luncheon on March 4, 2020.
 
Award categories:
1. Procurement innovation (teams only)
2. Cost savings (individuals or teams)
3. Contribution to the Public Procurement Profession (individuals only)
4. State Chief Procurement Officer Award - Procurement Leader of the Year (individuals or teams)
 
Don’t miss this opportunity to recognize your peers and leaders for their great work! Learn more about nomination criteria and how scores are calculated on the awards program webpage.
 
Deadline to apply: January 16, 2020

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3.) Oregon Buys Update
Project eNewsletter  |  December 2019

OregonBuys: One unified system — modernizing state procurement
Project update
Throughout December, the project team was busy preparing for activities related to agency wave enrollments, agency core team engagement, and replacing the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN). We also kicked off a grants management subcommittee to explore the state's need for tracking grants.
 
As we look back over 2019, we know there's lots of ground to cover in the new year! We look forward to working with each of you in the coming months.
 
To learn more about the OregonBuys Project, visit our project website.
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Core team information needed
We’ll soon be scheduling kickoff meetings for agencies in the large and medium-sized categories. Agencies in the small category will be convened as a group at a later date.
 
We need large and medium-sized agencies to help identify names and contact information for their core team members: project coordinator, business analyst, procurement subject matter experts, accounting/budget subject matter experts, and organization administrator.
 
Use the button below to go to our online form and enter your agency's core team information:
 
Learn more by viewing the agency size category list and by reading this PowerPoint description of core team roles.
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ORCPP members — start preparing now
 
OregonBuys will replace ORPIN in mid-2020. At that time, ORPIN will transition to read-only status and Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (ORCPP) members will use OregonBuys to search statewide price agreements and post solicitation notices moving forward.
 
We'll provide more details about timing and training in the new year. In the meantime, ORCPP members can start preparing for the transition by changing references in affected procurement code or policies from ORPIN to “the state's eProcurement system”.
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Outreach to suppliers
Our vendor, Periscope Holdings, is actively engaging with suppliers asking them to register in OregonBuys. Every supplier needs an account to continue doing business with the state after ORPIN is replaced. Periscope has already sent a series of email messages asking suppliers to register and will now transition to contacting suppliers by phone.
 
In the coming weeks, Statewide Price Agreement holders will also be asked to upload their inventory catalogs into the system. These catalogs will allow state agencies to shop the Price Agreements online in the new OregonBuys Marketplace.
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Register for a forum
State agency staff can stay informed by registering and attending an OregonBuys forum. Forums provide targeted topics, a system demo, and a hosted Q&A session:
 
All Agency Monthly Forum                 
January 8, 2020 from 9 - 11 a.m.         
Employment Auditorium in Salem        

Small Agencies, Boards and Commissions Forum
January 15, 2020 from 10 a.m. - Noon
Oregon State Bar Building, Columbia B Conference Room in Tigard - Ample free parking onsite
      
Tell us what you're interested in
We're listening — send us an email and tell us what you want you learn more about: oregonbuys.info@oregon.gov.
 
Visit our project website for more information: https://oregonbuys.oregon.gov.
 

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Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

The following 2020 1st Quarter training is now available for registration in iLearn:
DAS PS - Writing a Statement of Work
DAS PS - Demystifying Terms and Conditions
DAS PS - Principles of Public Procurement IN CLASS
DAS PS - Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement
DAS PS - Using Statewide Price Agreements
DAS - PS - Small Procurements - NEW
DAS PS - Fundamentals of Procurement ($10,000 to $150,000) IN CLASS - NEW Beginning January 2020, this course will only be offered on an “as needed” demand basis.  We will only offer the course when 15 or more people have expressed interest.
DAS PS - Fundamentals of Procurement ($10,000 to $150,000) WEBINAR - NEW Beginning January 2020, this course will only be offered on an “as needed” demand basis.  We will only offer the course when 15 or more people have expressed interest.

The following will be available in the 2nd Quarter of 2020 and are not in iLearn yet:
DAS PS - Writing a Statement of Work
DAS PS - Demystifying Terms and Conditions
DAS PS - Principles of Public Procurement IN CLASS
DAS PS - Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement
DAS PS - Using Statewide Price Agreements
• DAS PS Small Procurements NEW
• DAS PS Market Research NEW
• DAS PS Negotiations NEW
DAS PS - Fundamentals of Procurement ($10,000 to $150,000) IN CLASS - NEW Beginning January 2020, this course will only be offered on an “as needed” demand basis. 
DAS PS - Fundamentals of Procurement ($10,000 to $150,000) WEBINAR - NEW Beginning January 2020, this course will only be offered on an “as needed” demand basis.  We will only offer the course when 15 or more people have expressed interest.

John Koljesky
Statewide Training Coordinator
DAS Procurement Services
503-378-2497
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx
Data Classification Level 1 - Limited

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Good Morning ORCPP Members,

The Commission for the blind needs our help with the survey document that has update information for their program and the survey link.  Please fill out the survey and if you have any questions, Eric Morris’ contact info is below.  Thanks and have a great morning.

Eric A. Morris, Director
Business Enterprise Program
Oregon Commission for the Blind
O:  971-673-1607
Eric.Morris@state.or.us
https://www.oregon.gov/blind/Pages/index.aspx
   


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Good Morning ORCPP Members,

Title: Parks & Rec. (Playground) Equipment
Date: December 12, 2019
Action Required?: No
Category: Oregon Participating Addendums (PA’s)
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Oregon as Lead State, awarded several Master Agreements and Oregon PA’s on behalf of NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Program and other Purchasing Entities. I have updated the Buyers Guide (Attached) to reflect changes to a few Point of Contacts for suppliers. One Supplier “Rubberecycle’s” agreement will not be renewed and expired as of December 1, 2019.

The “Buyers Guides” are posted on ORPIN system under each award. The referenced Agreement is located on the Oregon Procurement Information System (OPRIN). Please download documents that contain full details from this Link:  http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome

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, at 503-378-5395 or via email shirley.smith@oregon.gov

Shirley A. Smith
State Procurement Analyst
(P) 503-378-5395 (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Good Morning ORCPP Members,

Title: MRO – EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Links
Date: December 10, 2019
Action Required?: No
Category: Master Agreement(s) and Oregon Participating Addendums (PA)
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Oregon as Lead State, awarded several Master Agreements and Oregon PA’s on behalf of NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Program and other Purchasing Entities. In Exhibit B of the Master Agreement all awarded suppliers would submit to the Lead state hard copies and a link to their “Emergency Preparedness Plans” by July 15, 2019.

I have updated the Buyers Guide (Attached) to reflect the “Emergency Preparedness links” provided to me by the suppliers. The Suppliers have outlined their internal plans (how they will stay up and running during disaster to support states) and external (what they will provide to states that are in need during disasters: what type of products, services, and what types of disasters they can assist states with).

List of MRO Oregon Agreements below and links they have provided:

1. Grainger – 8496 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.grainger.com/content/emergency-preparedness
2. Fastenal – 8497 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.fastenal.com/en/45/emergency-response-and-recovery
3. Hilti – 8495 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: www.hilti.com/oregon
4. MSC – 8499 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.mscdirect.com/emergencyprep?rdrct=emerency
5. Waxie – 8506 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.waxie.com/pdf/WAXIE-External-Disaster-Preparedness-Program.pdf?hsCtaTracking=6d1a4efd-edec-49b9-aad3-815b739ca655%7cadc0bf17-e60d-4beb-ade6-cb843b3c997b
6. Staples – 8502 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: Staples Business Continuity Plan
7.Supply Chimp – 8505 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://state.supplychimp.com/media/extendware/ewimageopt/media/template/a/1/emergency.png
8. North Coast – 8498 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.northcoast.com/and https://www.northcoast.com/ASSETS/DOCUMENTS/CMS/EN/STATIC_DOCUMENTS/Business%20Continuity%20Plan%20for%20North%20Coast.pdf
9. Noble – 8504 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: http://www.noble.com/sites/default/files/documents/Noble-NASPO-ValuePoint-Emergency-Preparedness-Plan.pdf
10. Veritiv – 8500 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.veritivcorp.com/government
11. SMA – 8503 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: www.smasolutions.com/images/SMA Emergency Preparedness Plans.pdf

The “Buyers Guides” are posted on ORPIN system under each award. The referenced Agreement is located on the Oregon Procurement Information System (OPRIN). Please download documents that contain full details from this Link:  http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome

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, at 503-378-5395 or via email shirley.smith@oregon.gov

Shirley A. Smith
State Procurement Analyst
(P) 503-378-5395 (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Good Morning OrCPP Members,

Title: NASPO Copiers, Printers & Related Devices
Date: December 10, 2019
Action Required?: No
Category: Change to PA
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The State of Oregon has Participating Addendums for the following NASPO Copiers, Printers & Related Services which have extended the expiration date to 3/31/2020:
- Canon #5580
- Konica #5624
- Ricoh #5566
- Sharp #5583
- Toshiba #5626
- Xerox #5573

Effective 4/1/2020, the State of Oregon will be entering into NEW Participating Addendums for the following NASPO Copiers & Managed Print Services:
- Canon #9489
- HP #9490
- Ricoh #9491
- Toshiba #9492

Information about the State of Oregon’s newly awarded NASPO Cooperative Agreements can be found at the following link:

https://www.naspovaluepoint.org/portfolio/copiers-managed-print-services-2019-2024/#contracts


Once negotiation and execution of the NEW Participating Addendums have been completed, the information will be uploaded to ORPIN and an updated Buyer’s Link will be issued.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Kimberly Mainwaring, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-373-0763 or via email Kimberly.Mainwaring@oregon.gov *OR* Collin Logan, Procurement & Contracts Specialist, at 503-373-1626 or via email at Collin.Logan@oregon.gov.

Kimberly Mainwaring, OPBC, OCAC
State Procurement Analyst
Information Technology
503-373-0763
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Good Afternoon,
Oregon Lottery wants you to know about a procurement related job opportunity.  Please see below:

Senior Strategic Sourcing Analyst (2) @ Oregon Lottery

**Please note:  Salary range posted is the Non-PERS salary range $64,200 - $103,080. 
If you are a participating PERS member, the salary range is $68,664 - $110,256.

https://careers-oregonlottery.icims.com/jobs/2321/senior-strategic-sourcing-analyst/job?branding=none

Please reach out to Daniel McKay (Daniel.S.McKay@state.or.us) if you have any questions regarding these positions.
About the Role:
As a Senior Strategic Sourcing Analyst you will report to either the IT Governance Manager or the Senior Manager Product Portfolio. You will lead strategic sourcing activities and develop sourcing and market engagement strategies, partnering with the business owner, procurement, and senior leadership.

You Will:
•    Apply Lottery Management Core Values and Expectations in performing daily activities. Ensure conduct embodies the principles of fairness, integrity, security, and honesty. Support and integrate into your work the Lottery's commitment to:
o    Responsible Gambling
o    Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
o    Culture of Safety
•    Perform contract administration.
•    Develop goals and operational requirements.
•    Lead strategic sourcing projects of varying complexity.
•    Identify sourcing opportunities to obtain optimal value for the business.
•    Partner with stakeholders and legal team in the negotiation of contracts and agreements.
You Have:
Minimum Qualifications
•    Bachelor's degree and four (4) years of purchasing, strategic sourcing, or supply chain experience including complex contract administration; OR
•    Seven (7) years of purchasing, strategic sourcing, or supply chain experience including complex contract administration.
Desired Experience and Qualifications
•    Knowledge of market and procurement principles, and how decisions impact overall value propositions.
•    Skill in conducting negotiations aimed at realizing best value.
•    Work with internal partners, including executive management, and translate desired outcomes into value propositions.
As an employee, you will enjoy:
Work/life balance
•    Vacation Leave: 10 hours per month, with increased accruals every 5 years
•    Sick Leave: 8 hours per month
•    Personal Business Leave: 24 hours per year
•    11 Holidays per year
•    Telework and flexible schedules for eligible positions
Benefits
•    Comprehensive medical, dental, vision, and prescription benefits with low monthly premiums
•    Life insurance, short-term and long-term disability, accidental death, long-term care, and pre-tax flexible spending accounts
•    Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) - retirement program includes defined benefit (pension) and defined contribution (retirement savings)
•    Oregon Savings Growth Plan 457(b) deferred compensation plan that provides additional savings for retirement; post tax, pre-tax options available
•    Free parking

Daniel McKay
Strategic Sourcing Manager| Oregon Lottery®
Desk: 503-540-2016
Cell: 971-719-6170
www.oregonlottery.org
 

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Good Morning ORCPP Members,

There are still seats available in the December 11 DAS PS - Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement
You can preview the class at DAS PS – Fundamentals of  Sustainable Procurements class site.

John Koljesky
Statewide Training Coordinator
DAS Procurement Services
503-378-2497
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx
Data Classification Level 1 - Limited

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Good Morning ORCPP Members,

1.) INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION, INVENTORY MANAGEMENT AND OFFICE LAYOUT
Date: December 3, 2019
Category: New Price Agreement
Services for installation, configuration, inventory management and office layout for system and free-standing furniture are now available through a statewide Price Agreement.

Four (4) Price Agreements have been awarded:
9471: Accurate Corporate Services
9472: Office Furniture Services
9473: Suddath Workplace Solutions
9474: Valley Office Installations
Under these Price Agreements, Authorized Purchasers determine which Price Agreement to use by utilizing a best value analysis. (OAR 125-247-0600 (4)(d)(B)).
The process for ordering services can be found in each Price Agreement, Section 1.2, Process. Authorized Purchasers that are agencies of the State of Oregon will issue a purchase order to order the services.
State agencies subject to the procurement authority of DAS, in accordance with ORS 279A.140 must post all awards of $5000 or greater in ORPIN. (DAS Policy 107-009-020).
Procurement Staff: Please notify your agency’s facilities staff of these new Price Agreements.
Please see the Buyer’s Guide attachment in ORPIN and if you have any questions after reviewing that document, please feel free to reach out to me.

For more information regarding this message, contact Kelly Mann, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-6602 or via email, Kelly.Mann@oregon.gov

2.) Name change of Small Package Contractor
Action Required?: NO
Category: PA Name Change  
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Price Agreement 8315 with Golden State Overnight Service, Inc. (GSO) had changed the company name to: General Logistics System US Inc. (GLS).
The FEIN number has not changed. If you have any questions please let me know.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Kaliska King, CPPB, OPBC, Procurement Analyst, at 503.798.1907 or via email Kaliska.King@oregon.gov

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Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,
 
Contracts Specialist Senior – Information Technology
Marion County
Salem, Oregon
Full-time
Marion County is seeking a Senior Contracts Specialist to develop, coordinate, and process information technology related contracts and agreements.  In this role, you will negotiate, write, audit, and analyze budget impacts for departmental and countywide contracts and agreements.  You will also coordinate purchase order requests and assist in preparing the information technology department budget.

Minimum Requirements:
1. Bachelor's Degree in business or public administration, accounting, finance, or a related field; AND
2. Two (2) years of experience in contract preparation and administration, OR
3. Any satisfactory equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience relevant to the position.
Experience writing, negotiating, or coordinating technology contracts is a plus.
Hourly Wage:  $25.18 - $33.77

View the complete job announcement and apply online at:  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/marion

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Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

Here is an update from the Oregon Buys Team.  The section concerning our ORCPP Members is listed near the bottom of the update.  Have a great weekend.

Project update
In November, we held two successful forums that brought together staff from across 36 state agencies. The first forum focused on Accounts Payable topics, and the second addressed Procurement topics. If you were unable to join us in person, please visit our website to view the forum videos and materials.
This month we also welcomed De Anna Harris as our new business analyst. De Anna will be the technical liaison for agency stakeholders and will provide analysis to support OregonBuys configuration decisions. Please join us in welcoming De Anna to the team!

OregonBuys: One unified system — modernizing state procurement

What's coming
We're gearing up for the activities that will soon happen during Phase 1: replacement of the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN). We'll share more specific dates when they are available:
Winter 2019-2020
•    Form core teams in agencies (as needed)
•    Enterprise solution functional testing (procurement)
•    Initial meetings with large & medium agencies to review activities, discuss current procurement processes, etc.
•    Agency wave enrollment
 
Spring 2020
•    Orientation for large & medium agencies
•    Distribution of data collection templates (users, approvals, etc.)
•    Small agency engagement
•    Organization administrator training
•    End user training and agency "build out" configuration

Agency wave enrollment
Soon state agencies will be able to self-select the wave in which they implement Phase 2 functionality of OregonBuys. In December, we'll send an announcement with advance notice of when the enrollment period will begin along with instructions. Designated Procurement Officers (DPOs) will make the official enrollment which will require collective agreement from Director or ABSD, IT, Procurement, and Finance.

Stay in the know — attend a forum
State agency staff can sign up now to attend a December OregonBuys forum to hear targeted topics, view a system demo, and partake in a hosted Q&A session. We have two forum offerings for the month of December:

Small Agencies, Boards and Commissions Forum
December 3 from 10 a.m. - Noon
Oregon State Bar Building, Conference Rooms A+B in Tigard
Ample free parking onsite

All Agency
Monthly Forum
December 12 from 9 - 11 a.m.
Employment Department Auditorium in Salem
 
What can ORCPP members expect?
During Phase 1 when ORPIN is replaced with OregonBuys, Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (ORCPP) members will be able to search Statewide Price Agreements and post solicitations. At the same time, we'll be working with a select group of ORCPP members to pilot additional functionality. During Phase 2, the added functionality will become available to all ORCPP members. Added functionality includes: on-line receipt of responses from vendors and award/posting results.

Tell us what you're interested in
We're listening — send us an email and tell us what you want you learn more about: oregonbuys.info@oregon.gov.
Visit our project website for more information: https://oregonbuys.oregon.gov

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Title: Oregon Vehicle Rental Contracts
Date: November 19, 2019
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Good morning,
The State of Oregon now has 2 Vehicle Rental contracts in place, Hertz #9409 and Enterprise #9408. Section 4.2 of the PA indicates that a Best Value Analysis must be done to choose a vendor.
In the past, these contracts have been pretty much the same in what is offered. This time some things have changed, please read each one to determine which one fits your needs. Both of these can be found on ORPIN.
I recommend setting up an account that fits your agency needs with BOTH contractors. If you have had accounts with Enterprise in the past, there is no need to set up new ones. Each contract has a Buyer’s Guide attached with ordering instructions and other helpful information.


If I have granted any exemptions from the Hertz contract, those are now cancelled and are no longer valid.
For any questions, please email info.managedtravel@oregon.gov
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For more information regarding this message, contact Kaliska King, CPPB, OPBC, Procurement Analyst, at 503.378.5332 or via email info.managedtravel@oregon.gov.

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Good Morning ORCPP Members,
Title: Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), Supplies, and Related Services
Date: 11/14/2019
Location: Statewide
Action Required?: Yes
Category: Request for Information
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The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services is seeking information from all agencies or ORCPP members, regarding purchases of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), Supplies, and Related Services. DAS is researching if there is enough interest to establish a statewide price agreement for SCBA, Supplies, and Related Services. If your agency has purchased this commodity in the past or has a need to in the future please respond to the email address below with the following information:
• The types of SCBAs, Supplies, and Related Services your agency has purchased in the last 2 years AND the manufacture of the products purchased.
• The dollar amount your agency had spent in the last two years on this commodity.
• Whether your agency has anticipated procurement needs in future for this kind of product
Any information would be much appreciated.
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For more information regarding this message, contact William Strong, Procurement and Contracts Specialist 1 at (503) 373-7166 or via email william.strong@oregon.gov.
William E. Strong, OPBC
Procurement and Contracts Specialist 1,
Construction and Facilities Sourcing Team
(P) 503-373-7166 (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

​Dear Procurementarians,


Time once again to spotlight a few items we’ve been getting here at Surplus. Most of these items are ones that we have received large quantities of, so they have been priced to move! Some items are brand new, some are slightly used, and some…well, I don’t know what the heck they even are, so I’ll let you be the judge of that.


Apple iPhone 8
We have the real deal in stock! We’ve received 62 new in the box Apple iPhone 8’s. Since they are NIB, they come with the phone, headphones, charger cord, adapter, etc. Basically everything that comes with a new iPhone. These are AT&T FirstNet compatible phones….I admit, I didn’t know what that meant, so I Googled it, and if you click here, it will take you to the website that will explain it. Bottom line is that these would be ideal for emergency management purposes, or if your agency just needs an inexpensive means of communications. These are priced to sell quickly, but please just be aware…..we have this thing called “Fair and Equitable Distribution”, which means we can’t sell them all to one agency, we need to spread the love to all agencies. With that, agency price is going to be….are you ready for it? $100.00 per unit.


Map Cabinets
Another special buy we have available is for 5 drawer map cabinets. These are in very good condition, and I have seen these used in museums to store artifacts, I’ve seen them used by Entomologists to catalog butterfly and cockroach collections (Hey, I don’t judge) and believe it or not, they actually use these for STORING MAPS! These are getting harder and harder to find as we go more to digital, but there is still a need for these out there. We have 23 of these 5 drawer units, and each one is priced at $100 per unit.


Gym Equipment
Our agency salesperson Joe Mannion asked me to send out an email regarding “Gym Equipment”. I was like “Okay, and just what exactly is that?” He said “You know, gym equipment”, and he pointed to a few mechanical-looking things that I had no idea what the heck they are…..okay, well I can take pictures of stuff and I can read so I’ll give all of this to you, and maybe you’ll know what they’re for, what they do….what they’re supposed to do….
We have a lot of these mechanical looking gym equipment thingamajigs in stock right now. Some of these have words on them like “Life Fitness”, “Life Cycle”, “Precor” and “True”. We have these things called “elliptical’s” (don’t know what those are, so I looked it up in the dictionary…"using or involving ellipsis, especially so as to be difficult to understand". Great. Difficult to understand. No closer to knowing what that means….), treadmills, resistance machines, stationary bikes (apparently these are still called “bikes”, even though they only have one wheel, but they’re not unicycles, and they don’t go anywhere…), so there you go. There are different prices for different pieces of equipment, and I’ve been told that police/fire departments like these, as do schools. I imagine it’s because they know what they are. But hey, we got ‘em, and they look like they’re in beautiful condition! I suspect nobody else knew what they were either, so they never got used much, but I don’t know.


All of these items are currently available at the State of Oregon Department of Administrative Services Enterprise Asset Management State and Federal Surplus Property Program for immediate sales to eligible agencies and nonprofit organizations only (sorry, no private/public sales). If you’re not certain of your eligibility status, or would like more information on how to become eligible, please feel free to contact yours truly at darren.kennedy@oregon.gov (please do not reply to this listserv….it will not answer back). If you need any information on these items or any other items at Surplus, please contact Mr. Joe Mannion at 503-378-4089 or joe.mannion@oregon.gov, and he can get you taken care of.


I’d be willing to bet that he will be able to tell you what some of the gym equipment is too…have a great day 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

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Good Morning ORCPP Members,
DAS Procurement Services recently sent an email about expanded Pay Equity training requirements that may have caused confusion. We’ve received many questions and want to clarify — please use the guidance in this email moving forward.
Pay Equity training requirements:
•    All contractors are required to comply with the Pay Equity law, ORS 652.220.
•    DAS provides free online Pay Equity training for contractors through iLearn Oregon.
•    Suppliers with a contract valued at $500,000 or more and that have 50 or more employees are required to take the training and submit a certificate as proof before they may be awarded a contract or price agreement.
•    We encourage every contractor to take the training, even though the certificate is only required in certain instances.
We’re in the process of updating the RFP and ITB templates with provisions to address these Pay Equity requirements. In the meantime, agencies should work with DOJ to ensure appropriate provisions are included in their solicitation documents.
Lastly, we’re considering developing a policy only for agencies under DAS authority that requires a Pay Equity training certificate for formal procurements. These conversations will occur at a DPO Council meeting after the first of the year.

​Attn: Kitchens
Our District is selling a fryer and I thought maybe you could send the word out? If so, a huge thank you! We use GovDeals for our surplus, so any bidders should go to https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?fa=Main.Item&itemid=22&acctid=6665
Tami Booth
District Accountant
Parkrose School District
10636 NE Prescott Street, Portland OR 97220 
Phone: 503-408-2105  Fax: 503-408-2140

​[orcpplink] OrCPP link - vehicle rental contact status as of 11/05/19
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Good Day ORCPP Members,
Title: Enterprise Vehicle Rental
Date: November 5, 2019
Category: Contact with Enterprise Rental Car
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Good afternoon,
I am providing an update on the status of an anticipated Vehicle Rental Contract, as of November 5, 2019 the State of Oregon does not have a signed contract with Enterprise.
The only car rental contract in place is with Hertz PA 9409. If you have any questions please email info.managedtravel@oregon.gov
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For more information regarding this message, contact Kaliska King, CPPB, OPBC, Procurement Analyst, at 503.378.5332 or via email info.managedtravel@oregon.gov.

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Good Morning ORCPP Members,
The following classes have seats available, if interested you can still register in iLearn.
DAS SPO - ORPIN Full System Training - 7 OPPT contact hours
DAS PS - Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement – 7 OPPT contact hours
DAS PS - Fundamentals of Procurement ($10,000 to $150,000) WEBINAR – 14 OPPT contact hours
DAS PS - Principles of Public Procurement WEBINAR – 40 OPPT contact hours
DAS PS - Demystifying Terms and Conditions – 3.5 OPPT contact hours
John Koljesky
Statewide Training Coordinator
DAS Procurement Services
503-378-2497
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx
Data Classification Level 1 - Limited

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This series of agreements have been renewed for one year.
DASPS-3132-19
CBIZ Risk & Advisory Services LLC provides Information Technology Audits. 
Expiration 12/15/2020
DASPS-2511-15
Macias Gini & O’Connell LLP provides Financial Audit and Risk Assessment Audit. 
Expiration 11/25/2020
DASPS-2512-15
Moss Adams LLP provides Performance-, Financial-, Information Technology-, Federal Compliance-, Fraud and Risk Assessment-Audits. 
Expiration 12/15/2020
DASPS-3110-19
Merina & Company LLP provides Performance Audit, Financial Audit, Information Technology Audit, Federal Compliance Audit and Risk Assessment Audit. 
Expiration  12/15/2020  
For more information regarding this message, contact Timothy Jenks, State Procurement Analyst, at 503.378.4778 or via email tim.jenks@oregon.gov

Timothy J. Jenks, OPAC, OPBC, CPPB
State Procurement Analyst, Asset Management Team
503-378-4778
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Good Morning ORCPP Members,
A message from the BASECAMP PROGRAM (DAS Procurement Services and EIS Vendor Management)
Title:  Announcing the NEW IT Vendor Managed Services Provider agreement and Kickoff Event
Category:  IT Hourly Professional Services
Participating Addendum:  #9436
Vendor:  Covendis
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The Basecamp Program, a partnership of the Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services (DAS PS) and Enterprise Information Services (EIS, formerly OSCIO), Vendor Management Office, is excited to announce the finalization of a statewide agreement providing Authorized Purchasers Hourly IT Vendor Managed Services. No project based work identified by tasks and deliverables is allowed under this new agreement. 
On Thursday, November 21, 2019, the Basecamp Program is hosting a kick-off event for Authorized Purchasers that includes state agencies and ORCPP members. Covendis will be on site as we jointly explain how the agreement works and provide an overview of the Vendor Management System. The goal is to have Authorized Purchasers and the vendors together to best understand the processes used to acquire IT Hourly Vendor Managed Services using PA 9436. Refreshments will be provided!  To learn more, please see the agenda
Event details -
Where:  Employment Auditorium
Date:  11/21/19
Time:  9-10:30 AM
Please register to join us in-person or online, seats are limited!
•    Join us in person [https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/it-vendor-managed-services-itvms-kick-off-event-attend-in-person-tickets-75941600371]
•    Join the webinar [https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/it-vendor-managed-services-itvms-kick-off-event-webinar-tickets-75926763995]

If you have any questions you would like us to address, please send them ahead of time to Basecamp@Oregon.gov.  We will do our best to answer them during the presentation or include them in an FAQ document.
For more information regarding this message, contact Debbie Davis, State Procurement Analyst, at 503.378.5345 or via email debbie.m.davis@oregon.gov.
To register for BUYER LINK messages or edit current subscription, click this link:  http://listsmart.osl.state.or.us/mailman/listinfo/buyer-link
 
Debbie Davis, OPBC, OCAC
State Procurement Analyst, IT Team
503-378-5345 (F)503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Title: Space available in ORPIN Full System Training
Date:  November 13, 2019; 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Location:  DAS East (General Services Building), Salem
Action Required?:  YES
Category:  Training
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Space is still available in our ORPIN Full System Training class on Wednesday, November 13th, 2019.  The course cost is $125.00 and students will earn 7 Oregon Public Procurement Training contact hours good towards certification/recertification.
Students will practice basic solicitation steps, learn how ORPIN is set up, what users are required to do, and how to make the best use of ORPIN features.
Topics include:
•    System navigation
•    User preferences
•    Contract searches
•    Document creation & progression (includes work orders, purchase requests, opportunities, bids, and awards)

Enrollment is limited to 16 participants based on computer lab space.  Please note this class is not recommended for ORCPP or local government staff. For ORCPP specific training on ORPIN please contact the ORCPP Team at 503-373-2106 (Adam) or 503-378-3976 (Kelly) or at info.orcpp@oregon.gov

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

For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Administrative Assistant, at 503-378-5396 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov
 
DAS Procurement Services Training Team
503-378-5396
Egsps.training@oregon.gov
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx

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If your agency has used the Statewide Moving Contract with Suddath Relocation Services (Contract 7678) for moving services during the 3rd Quarter (July, Aug, Sept) of 2019, we need to know.  If your agency has, please email me; a simple: We have used 7678 State Contract with Suddath for Moving in Q3 of 2019.  This will suffice. 
Thank you – Josh

Thank You,
Joshua Rogers CPPB & OPAC
Oregon, State Procurement Analyst
P(503) 373-7255  F(503) 373-1626
 
I am committed to providing you the highest service, my “Service Pledge” is to be KNOWLEDGEABLE, RESPECTFUL and RESPONSIVE in our interactions and business. Please feel free to contact my manager Cort Dokken at Cort.J.DOKKEN@oregon.gov or  503-378- 4654 to provide feedback on my service.
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Title:  Register for Statewide Price Agreements!
Date:  November 5, 2019; 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Location:  Chemeketa Center for Business & Industry (CCBI)
Action Required?:  YES
Category:  Training
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We still have seats available for our Using Statewide Price Agreements Class on Tuesday, November 5th, 2019.  The course cost is $75.00 and students will earn 3.5 Oregon Public Procurement Training contact hours good towards certification/recertification.
This class will help State and non-State agency employees 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". This course will not go over how to search in ORPIN.
If you wish to register for this course, you may do so here (you’ll be asked to log into iLearn first).  Please make sure you are able to attend before registering.  You will need to pay for the course at the time of registration.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Administrative Assistant, at 503-378-5396 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov. 
 
DAS Procurement Services Training Team
503-378-5396
Egsps.training@oregon.gov
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx

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Title: Rain Wear and Services, Customizable 
Price Agreement #9476               
Date: Effective: October 21, 2019                                                       
NEW RAIN WEAR AND SERVICES, CUSTOMIZABLE to allow for alterations, custom sizing, refurbishing, and custome patches & stitching.
See ORPIN “Attachments” for Order Form, Pricing and Buyers Guide
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Pam Johnson, CPPB, OCAC, OPBC
State Procurement Analyst, Workplace Supplies & Services
503-378-4731 [(F)503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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DAS PS is sending this notification to inform Authorized Purchasers of an 5.5% rate increase for services provided under Price Agreement 3396 Armored Vehicle Services.
Loomis Armored US, LLC submitted a request for a rate increase as prescribed by the terms of Contract 3396. 
DAS PS and Loomis Armored US, LLC have agreed to a 5.5% rate increase with an effective date of November 1, 2019.

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 or in the event you would like to review the data in support of the approval of this request please contact the Contract Administrator listed below.
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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 interruption of service.
https://www.loomis.us/about-us/bcp-plan
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Dion Kerleé, CPPB, OPBC OCAC
State Procurement Analyst, Business Services
503-378-2816
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Title:                        Termination of Rubberecycle Agreement                    
Date:                       October 11, 2019
Action Required?:      No
Category:                 Parks & Rec. Equipment and related services (Playground Equip.)    
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Oregon as Lead State, awarded a Master Agreement and an Oregon PA on behalf of NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Program and other Purchasing Entities to Rubberecycle Agreement Number #6481.

I have attached the “Notice of Termination Letters” for the Master Agreement and the Oregon PA. The termination was mutually agreed upon by all parties and will take effect December 1, 2019. 

The referenced notice of termination letters are located on the Oregon Procurement Information System (OPRIN) under PA#6481. You may download documents that contain full details from this Link:  http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome

As Contract Administrator for these Agreements please contact me if you have any questions or require any assistance.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Shirley A. Smith, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-5395 or via email shirley.smith@oregon.gov

Shirley A. Smith
State Procurement Analyst
(P) 503-378-5395  (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Title: New QRF Price Agreement for Laundry Services in the Willamette Valley (Price Agreement number 8271)
Date: 10/10/2019
Category: New Price Agreement
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A new QRF Price Agreement (Price Agreement number 8271) has been established with Garten Services for Public Agency locations in Benton, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, and Yamhill counties. As most are aware, it is a requirement that Public Agencies1 purchase goods and services from a QRF provider that can meet the Public Agency’s specifications and timelines. Information about use of this Price Agreement is available in ORPIN.   If there are questions about ORPIN, and the use of that program, please contact your ORCPP Program Managers at info.ORCPP@oregon.gov 

1ORS 279.835 (4) “Public agency” or “public contracting agency” means any agency of the State of Oregon or any political subdivision thereof authorized by law to enter into public contracts and any public body created by intergovernmental agreement.
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For more information regarding this message, contact:   Darvin Pierce, QRF Coordinator at 503-378-4811 or by email at darvin.pierce@oregon.gov or
Rena Sawyer QRF Contract Administrator at 503-378-2272 or by email at rena.sawyer@oregon.gov

Darvin Pierce OPBC CPPB
QRF Coordinator
Oregon Department of Administrative Services
503-378-4811

​Reminder -
IT Folks:  PLEASE REGISTER TO JOIN US!
A message from DAS Procurement Services

STATE OF OREGON and CDWG IT HVAR SYMPOSIUM

Date: Thursday, October 10, 2019 – 9:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.
Location: Salem Convention Center
200 Commercial Street, SE. Salem, OR 97301
Category: Annual Hardware Symposium
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Please join us for the 5th Annual State of Oregon HVAR Symposium Thursday, October 10, 2019. Come meet with a diverse group of technology partners and see how they can address all your technology needs. This is open to all State, Local, K-12 and Higher Education customers.  The CDW•G team is dedicated to each individual group and will be in attendance.  

Make sure to invite your technical staff as they are the ones that often work with the vendors to assist in identifying the products that meet their needs.  They would be able to meet and have face to face conversations with them.  They would also be able to discuss current and upcoming technology!

Please make sure that you REGISTER! Lunch is provided!

Debbie Davis, OPBC, OCAC
State Procurement Analyst, IT Team
503-378-5345  (F)503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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New Price Agreement Series – Translation Services – Ready for use
DAS PS has recently uploaded sixteen Price Agreements into the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN).
Look for another OrCPPLink release when the remaining Price Agreements are fully executed and uploaded into ORPIN.
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 Translation Services only and does not make available Interpreter Services, 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 4 - "Ordering Methods; Provision of Services" 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.
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Dion Kerleé, CPPB, OPBC OCAC
State Procurement Analyst, Business Services
503-378-2816
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Title:                      MRO – Emergency Preparedness Links
Date:                     October 3, 2019
Action Required?:    No
Category:              Oregon Participating Addendums (PA)

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Oregon as Lead State, is providing the updated link for one of the awarded suppliers SMA that outlines their “Emergency Preparedness Plans.” Previous email sent out via buyer-link on September 27, 2019 stated it would be updated.

I have updated the Buyers Guide to reflect the “Emergency Preparedness link” provided by SMA.

List of MRO Oregon Agreement below:

11. SMA – 8503 https://stateoregon.synergyomni.net/Content/Docs/33%20Walter%20E.%20Nelson%20DISASTER%20RECOVERY%20PLAN%20PDX.pdf

The “Buyers Guide” is posted on ORPIN system under each award. The referenced Agreement is located on the Oregon Procurement Information System (OPRIN). Please download documents that contain full details from this Link:  http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome

As Contract Administrator for these Agreements please contact me if you have any questions or require any assistance.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Shirley A. Smith, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-5395 or via email shirley.smith@oregon.gov


Shirley A. Smith
State Procurement Analyst
(P) 503-378-5395  (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Title: State of Oregon NASPO ValuePoint Participating Addendum #9407
Date: September 26, 2019
Category: New PA #9407 to replace Expiring Price Agreement #0453.
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POLICE RADAR/LIDAR SPEED ENFORCEMENT & SPEED ADVISORY SYSTEMS, PARTS, AND ACCESSORIES
 
Statewide Price Agreement #0453, with Laser Technology Inc., will expire September 30, 2019.
 
Beginning October 1, 2019 Price Agreement #0453 will be replaced with NASPO ValuePoint Participating Addendum (PA) #9407.
 
Authorized Purchasers include  State of Oregon agencies and ORCPP members.
 
Authorized Purchasers may view/download Participating Addendum and pricing information in ORPIN by accessing “Attachments Exists” folder located on the ORPIN Award Summary page for PA 9407.
 
Please continue to monitor ORPIN for the most up to date information.
 
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For more information regarding this message, contact Brent Lutz, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-4137 or via email brent.l.lutz@oregon.gov
 
 
Brent Lutz OPBC
State Procurement Analyst
Vehicles and Transportation Sourcing Team
(P) 503-378-4137 (F) 503-373-1626
Data Classification 2 – Limited.

​New contract holder with the State of Oregon for MRO and Industrial Supplies. We are a company that is smaller than our competition, which is an advantage for us because we can adjust to our government customer needs fast and efficient.  We save our Government customers on their budgets and continue to give them great service. Please feel free to pass Noble’s information below to who you feel could benefit from our contract. We are excited to serve Oregon’s State, Local, and Education entities.
Thanks!
Jason Hauan
NASPO Program Manager – Noble 

FACILITIES MRO & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES UNDER STATE OREGON MASTER AGREEMENT
AND OREGON PA NO. 8504

Noble is very excited to be a contract holder with the State of Oregon. We look forward to partnering with you to help you meet your goals. Cost savings, energy savings solutions, and emergency preparedness are just a few examples of how we can help. See below on how to get set up with an account or contact us.

Noble.com offers a convenient way to order the products you need to support Oregon state agencies, local government, and education. Categories on this contract include:

•    Janitorial Equipment & Supplies
•    Sanitation Cleaning Chemicals & Supplies
•    Fasteners
•    Material Handling
•    Plumbing
•    Power Sources
•    Outdoor Garden
•    Lamps, Lighting, Ballasts
•    HVAC
•    Hand Tools
•    Power Tools (excluding automotive related tools and products)
•    Electrical
•    Paint
•    Security
•    Safety (does not include any public safety equipment)

E-COMMERCE FOR OREGON CUSTOMERS
Noble.com offers a convenient way to order the products you need to support Oregon state agencies and local departments. Registration is quick and easy. After you register, you can view the items in our catalog, submit RFQs, place orders, and track order status. You must register before you shop for products.

Sign Up/Log In

Need to place an order?
Have questions?
 
Direct Toll-free Number
1-844-248-9077
 
Fax: 1-781-871-7449
Email: naspovporders@noble.com
Shop: noble.com/naspovp
 
Noble Sales Contact
Jason Hauan
NASPO ValuePoint Program Manager
Phone: 916-295-0565
Email: jhauan@noble.com
     


For a complete list of our products, please refer to the Oregon flyer found here:
OREGON PRODUCTS
 
OREGON
Noble Supply & Logistics
MRO & Industrial Supplies

State of Oregon Master Agreement and Oregon PA No. 8504
 
State of Oregon Contact
Shirley Smith
State Contact Administrator
Phone: 503-378-5395
Email: shirley.smith@oregon.gov

Noble Supply & Logistics | 302 Weymouth Street, Rockland, MA 02370






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Title:                            MRO – Emergency Preparedness Links
Category:                    Master Agreement(s) and Oregon Participating Addendums (PA)
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Oregon as Lead State, awarded several Master Agreements and Oregon PA’s on behalf of NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Program and other Purchasing Entities. In Exhibit B of the Master Agreement all awarded suppliers would submit to the Lead state hard copies and a link to their “Emergency Preparedness Plans” by July 15, 2019.

I have updated the Buyers Guide (Attached) to reflect the “Emergency Preparedness links” provided to me by the suppliers. The Suppliers have outlined their internal plans (how they will stay up and running during disaster to support states) and external (what they will provide to states that are in need during disasters: what type of products, services, and what types of disasters they can assist states with).

List of MRO Oregon Agreements below:

1. Grainger – 8496 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.grainger.com/content/emergency-preparedness
2. Fastenal – 8497 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.fastenal.com/en/45/emergency-response-and-recovery
3. Hilti – 8495 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: www.hilti.com/oregon
4. MSC – 8499 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.mscdirect.com/emergencyprep?rdrct=emerency
5. Waxie – 8506 https://www.waxie.com/pdf/WAXIE-External-Disaster-Preparedness-Program.pdf?hsCtaTracking=6d1a4efd-edec-49b9-aad3-815b739ca655%7cadc0bf17-e60d-4beb-ade6-cb843b3c997b
6. Staples – 8502 (Vendor currently revising link)
7.Supply Chimp – 8505 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://state.supplychimp.com/media/extendware/ewimageopt/media/template/a/1/emergency.png
8. North Coast – 8498 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.northcoast.com/ and https://www.northcoast.com/ASSETS/DOCUMENTS/CMS/EN/STATIC_DOCUMENTS/Business%20Continuity%20Plan%20for%20North%20Coast.pdf
9. Noble – 8504 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: http://www.noble.com/sites/default/files/documents/Noble-NASPO-ValuePoint-Emergency-Preparedness-Plan.pdf
10. Veritiv – 8500 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINK: https://www.veritivcorp.com/government#
11. SMA – 8503 (Vendor currently revising link)

The “Buyers Guides” are posted on ORPIN system under each award. The referenced Agreement is located on the Oregon Procurement Information System (OPRIN). Please download documents that contain full details from this Link:  http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome

As Contract Administrator for these Agreements please contact me if you have any questions or require any assistance.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Shirley A. Smith, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-5395 or via email shirley.smith@oregon.gov

 

Shirley A. Smith
State Procurement Analyst
(P) 503-378-5395  (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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A message from DAS Procurement Services

Good Morning,

There is an opportunity with DEQ that they asked us to share with our ORCPP members.  The position that focuses on reducing the lifecycle environmental impacts of building materials.  Additionally, this position will lead DEQ’s efforts around reuse/repair/and product life extension.  Both are exciting work areas for Oregon DEQ.

The direct link to the job is here:

https://oregon.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/SOR_External_Career_Site/job/Portland--Multnomah-Street---DEQ/Natural-Resource-Specialist-4_REQ-19573

Monthly Salary range:

$4,851 - $7,104 + excellent benefits

If you have any questions please contact:

Jordan Palmeri

Materials Management Program

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

Jordan.PALMERI@state.or.us

​ORCPP Members! 

The Partners in Public Procurement Conference is coming March 2020!   You will receive 12 CE Alternate Training Points that count towards any of your Procurement Certifications – AND for only $100 (includes lunch for 2-days too!)    Also there will be an Awards Ceremony – Visit the website below for nominate categories and submittals.    NOTE:  There is a two-step process to officially be registered for this conference – follow the instructions below!  
           
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Attendee registration now open
We're excited to announce that attendee registration is now open for the 2020 Partners in Public Procurement Conference and Tradeshow! This premiere two-day conference event brings state and local procurement professionals together with vendors to promote collaboration and innovation. View the conference session schedule >>
 
Registration fee: $100.00 (lunch included both days)
You'll earn 12 other procurement continuing education contact hours for attending this two-day event.

Two step registration process:

  1. Register and pay through iLearn Oregon (iLearn account required).
  2. Visit the conference event website link provided in the iLearn course description to register for specific sessions and make lunch selection.

This year's event also includes an awards program and recognition ceremony during lunch on March 4, 2020. Visit our website to learn about the award categories and the nomination instructions: ppp.oregon.gov
 


**Be sure to register early if you need any special accommodations**

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW
 
Registration Closes: February 21, 2020
 
Brought to you by DAS Procurement Services
partners.conference@oregon.gov  | ppp.oregon.gov

​Buyer Link
A message from DAS Procurement Services

Title: State of Oregon Rental Car Contracts 9949 Hertz and 9950 Enterprise
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Good morning,

The following contracts will expire on 10/18/2019
•    Hertz Rental Car Price Agreement number 9949
•    Enterprise Rental Car Agreement 9950

Hertz:  New Oregon Price Agreement in place Oregon Participating Addendum (PA) #9409

All vehicles currently being booked using the new Hertz PA and pricing. Agencies do not need to do anything different all account information is changed to the new contract.

Contract that will Expire 10/18/2019 Enterprise: #9950

The Oregon Participating Addendum (PA) is still in negotiation. The current PA #9950 will expire 10/18/2019. I do not anticipate having a new PA in place by the expire date of 9950 with Enterprise. Once this changes or I have an update, I will send another Buyer’s link.

Any questions about this please email info.managedtravel@oregon.gov.

Thank you,
Kaliska King, CPPB, OPBC
Info.managedtravel@oregon.gov
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For more information regarding this message, contact Kaliska King, CPPB, OPBC, Procurement Analyst,  at 503.378.5332 or via email Info.MANAGEDTRAVEL.@oregon.gov.

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A message from DAS Procurement Services

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Attn:  All Local Governments – Please share with your suppliers, and feel free to place this training on your websites!

The 2019 Legislative session expanded the Pay Equity Training in ORS 279A.167 for Oregon businesses who may want to bid on public contracts. Businesses with one or more employees must now provide proof that they are properly trained on Oregon’s pay equity laws. This requirement affects both state and local government bodies.

DAS Procurements Services has just released a free online Pay Equity training for businesses. The training is provided through iLearn Oregon and includes a course quiz that yields a certificate. This certificate is the proof that state and local government bodies need when a public contract is executed.

To learn more, visit the Pay Equity webpage.

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Amy Velez,
Procurement Communications
503-378-4663
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited


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Title: Professional Grade Tools and Diagnostic Equipment
Date: September 20, 2019
Action Required?: No
Category:Oregon PA Awards

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Oklahoma as Lead State, issued an RFP solicitation for the members of the NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Program and other Purchasing Entities. Oklahoma has recently awarded a few more Master Agreements and the State of Oregon, acting by and through DAS PS, is awarding 2 more Oregon Participating Addendums:

1.    9276 Sid Tools Co. dba MSC
2.    9278 O’Reilly Auto Enterprises LLC dba O’Reilly Auto Parts

The previous 2 Awards where to Snap-On Tools #8302 and Northern Safety #8305.

The “Buyers Guides” are posted on ORPIN system under each awards. The referenced Agreement is located on the Oregon Procurement Information System (OPRIN). Please download documents that contain full details from this Link:  http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome


As Contract Administrator for these Agreements please contact me if you have any questions or require any assistance.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Shirley A. Smith, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-5395 or via email shirley.smith@oregon.gov


 

Shirley A. Smith
State Procurement Analyst
(P) 503-378-5395  (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

​Dear Procurementarians,

Surplus Property has a few new items in stock to share with you:
 
Display Cases
 
Lately, we received several large display cases on the state side of the warehouse. These appear to be blond oak, but what do I know…all I know is that they are pretty and have lots of glass. I’m thinking this would make a great trophy case in a school, or would look awesome in an agency lobby. The prices at this particular point have yet to be determined, but it’ll definitely be reasonable. If interested, contact Joe Mannion (contact information below), and he can get you fixed up.
 
 
 
Laundry Carts
 
These are heavy duty laundry carts. They are constructed of fiberglass, and could probably be used for more than laundry….maybe laundry cart races down a long hallway? You didn’t hear that from me though. Seriously, an institution that deals with a lot of laundry comes to mind; correctional facilities, hospitals, etc. We have 17 of these in stock, and the service charge is $50.00 each. We also a few (a couple I think) smaller wire framed/canvas side carts available as well.
 
 
 
Wow, the things they do with exotic vegetables these days!
 
Food Serving Trays
 
These are compartmented food serving trays, specifically designed so your food items don’t touch each other, if that is an issue for you. Some are flat trays, some are clam shell (I’ll show you both). They are paper/cardboard/not metal type trays. What comes to my mind with these is if you had to feed lots of people, maybe in an emergency type situation…..you have the food, you have something to cook and serve the food, but do you have something to serve the food on? Your bare hands are just not going to work (I’ve tried. It’s…not good). The flat trays are going for $2.00 for a package of 25, and the clam shell trays are $25.00 for a case of 200 (dimensions are 9” x 9” x 3”). We have 149 cases of the clam shell trays, and 162 packages of the flat trays. Get ‘em while they last….I don’t think they’ll be around long!
 
   
 
These items and more are available at the State of Oregon Department of Administrative Services Enterprise Asset Management State and Federal Surplus Property program now. You must be an eligible agency or qualified nonprofit organization to be able to acquire these items. If you don’t know if you are or not, just let me know and I can look it up for you……darren.kennedy@oregon.gov……don’t reply to this email, as your message will land in a big black hole that’ll never be seen. Then you’ll think I’m all rude and stuff for not replying to your email. I’m not rude, just….technology.
 
If you are interested in any of these items (or any items Surplus might have, for that matter) please contact our agency salesperson Joe Mannion at joe.mannion@oregon.gov, or 503-378-4089, and he can get you fixed up. As always, you can contact me if you have any questions, but not item specific questions; this is what we have Joe for!
 
Have a great weekend 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
 

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Hello OrCPP Folks,

I need your input, please!

1) Who is your supplier for Water/Waste Water/Boiler Treatment Chemicals?  (including recreational pools, animal water exhibits, etc…)
2) Are you under contract with a supplier?
3) Or do you order as needed under the $10,000 direct award?

Many thanks and enjoy the last few days of summer!


 
Kelly Stevens-Malnar
Cooperative Program Manager
Small Business Outreach & Education
(P) 503-378-3976  (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

​Our friends at Portland Community College have some great work stations – Free to good home!


We have the following available. If anyone is interested email soon or they go to GovDeals.com the list of items is the document titled "Scan_20190910" Pickup will need to be scheduled with our Distribution Warehouse.

send email to mike.mathews@pcc.edu
 
Michael Mathews
College Purchasing Manager | Portland Community College
Financial Services | Procurement & Contract Services
(971) 722-2831 | www.pcc.edu

 

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Title:                           NASPO ValuePoint, Public Safety Body Video and Vehicle Mounted Equipment                    
Date:                            October 7, 2019
Action Required?:      Yes, Immediate
Category:                    Procurement Services                         
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The State of Oregon, Department of Administrative Services (DAS), Procurement Services (PS), is looking for a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to participate in the procurement process.  DAS PS has an immediate need to on-board the individual(s) in this voluntary position.  DAS PS is in need of one SME from a State Agency and one from an ORCPP member.  Any potential SME must be committed to the project and have a strong understanding of this type of equipment.  Ideally this individual will be from Law Enforcement as a stake holder of the equipment.  The expectations of the SME(s) would be to review specification in current documents and provide feedback.       

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For more information regarding this message, contact Timothy Jenks, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-4778 or via email tim.jenks@oregon.gov

Thank you,

Timothy J. Jenks, OPAC, OPBC, CPPB
State Procurement Analyst, Asset Management Team
503-378-4778
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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Title: New Statewide Price Agreement for Exempt Household and Universal Hazardous Waste Services
Date: September 11,2019
Category: New PA Release
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Good morning!

The following Statewide Price Agreement (PA) 8345 with Clean Harbors Environmental Services has been released and is ready for use by all Authorized Purchasers. Information can be located in ORPIN:

The Authorized Purchaser, State of Oregon Agency’s, ORCPP Members,  need to consider any driving factors, such as state or federal legislation, federal regulations, business operational needs, and any independent quality assurance regulations.

It is recommended that ordering entities should consider Lead Times when placing an order and ordering entities should have a discussion with the Contractor to determine availability,  service delivery and best value for the State of Oregon.


For more information regarding this message, contact Lori Doke, State Procurement Analyst, at (503) 373-1566 or via email lori.doke @oregon.gov


 
Lori Doke, CPPB, OPBC, OCAC
State Procurement Analyst
(P) 503-373-1566 (F) 503-373-1626
Department of Administrative Services
EGS-Procurement Services
1225 Ferry St. SE U140
Salem, OR 97301
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 – Limited
*****CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE*****

This e-mail may contain information that is privileged, confidential, or otherwise exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If you are not the addressee or it appears from the context or otherwise that you have received this e-mail in error, please advise me immediately by reply e-mail, keep the contents confidential, and immediately delete the message and any attachments from your system.

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Title: Space available in Demystifying Terms and Conditions
Date:  September 17, 2019; 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Location: DAS General Services Building (DAS East)
Action Required?: YES
Category: Training
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We still have seats available for our Demystifying Terms and Conditions class on Tuesday, September 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, please go to iLearn (you’ll be asked to log in first).  Please make sure you are able to attend before registering.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Administrative Assistant, at 503-378-5396 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov

 
DAS Procurement Services Training Team
503-378-5396
Egsps.training@oregon.gov
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx




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Title:                           Design-Build                    
Category:                    Informational                       

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Department of Administrative Services (DAS), Procurement Services (PS) is providing this information out for folks who may be interested in the Alternative Construction Procurement method of Design-Build. State agencies and ORCPP members are considered “Owners”.

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Good Day!

Our goal is to help all of America’s Owners succeed using design-build.

DBIA’s design-build conferences are among the most effective ways to network, learn first-hand from Owner peers and receive
Design-Build Done Right® education all in one location.

We want you there!

DBIA has awarded a quarter million dollars in Owner scholarships, and while we can’t guarantee all requests will be granted, the
Owners Scholarship Fund was created to help defray the cost of attendance, hotel or travel for qualified Owners coming from
throughout the nation.

How does DBIA define an Owner? ​ ​
Academia Full-time college or University Faculty
Owner (Government or Private) Owners decide what gets built, when it gets built and how. Examples include state, local and Federal governments, as well as private facility owners and real estate developers.
  

Please follow this link to apply for your chance to win an Owners scholarship from DBIA!! https://dbia.org/owners/owners-scholarships/

The deadline to submit your application for the 2019 Annual Design-Build Conference & Expo is Thursday, September 12 at 11:59 p.m. (EST)
If you have any questions or need additional information, please email DBIA’s Owners Coordinator.

We look forward to seeing you in November.

Good luck!

     

Shaping the future, one successful collaboration at a time.    Kellyrose Brewster
Associate Meeting Planner
Direct: (202) 454-7528
Design-Build Institute of America
1331 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, 4th Floor
Washington, DC 20004
(202) 682-0110
dbia.org

      

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If you have any questions or comments please email DBIA’s Owners Coordinator or Shirley Smith at the information below:

 

Shirley A. Smith OPBC, CPPB, DBIA
State Procurement Analyst
(P) 503-378-5395  (F) 503-373-1626
shirley.smith@oregon.gov
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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1.)    Wireless Survey

Title: Wireless Communication Devices, Plans and Satellite Devices, Plans and Devices Survey                    
Date:  September 6, 2019
Action Required?: Survey
Category: Procurement Services/Contracting/Basecamp Program                         

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The State of Oregon, Department of Administrative Services (DAS), Procurement Services (PS) and the OSCIO’s office through the Basecamp Program, is seeking to engage existing stakeholders in the development of the new NASPO, Participating Addendums (PA) for Wireless Communication Devices, Plans and Satellite Devices and Devices . Products and services in scope include cell phones, IoT and satellite devices.
 
The survey will remain open for the next two weeks and we ask that if you are able to submit feedback that you do so before close of business on 9/18. You may forward this on to others in your organization who you feel may be able to contribute.  Please take the time to provide the necessary information so DAS/PS can better serve your agency.
 
Please provide your feedback in the survey link below:
https://oregondas.allegiancetech.com/cgi-bin/qwebcorporate.dll?idx=W4HMA5
 
The information you share will help us better understand customer demand and your business requirements, enabling us to better develop PA’s that bring value to your organization. Thank you for taking the time to support the State of Oregon, Procurement Services and IT organizations across the state.
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If you have any questions or comments please contact the Basecamp Program at Basecamp@oregon.gov or Pam Johnson at the information below:

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For more information regarding this message, contact Pam Johnson, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-4731 or via email pam.johnson@oregon.gov

 
Pam Johnson, CPPB, OCAC, OPBC
State Procurement Analyst, Workplace Supplies & Services
503-378-4731 [(F)503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification Level 2 - Limited

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2.)    Training Opportunity

Title: Register now for Using Statewide Price Agreements!
Date: September 18, 2019; 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Location: Chemeketa Center for Business & Industry (CCBI)
Action Required?: YES
Category: Training
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We still have seats available for our Using Statewide Price Agreements Class on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019.  The course cost $75.00 and students will earn 3.5 Oregon Public Procurement Training contact hours good towards certification/recertification.

This class will help State and non-State agency employees 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". This course will not go over how to search in ORPIN.

If you wish to register for this course, please go to iLearn (you’ll be asked to log in first).  Please make sure you are able to attend before registering.
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For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Administrative Assistant, at 503-378-5396 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov.

 
DAS Procurement Services Training Team
503-378-5396
Egsps.training@oregon.gov
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx







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Dear Procurementarians,

This is a reminder, regarding GSA GSAXcess Want List training tomorrow. Please note that the start time is EASTERN time!
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.
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From: Christina Shaw - 3QSCA [mailto:christina.shaw@gsa.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2019 2:02 PM
To: Christina Shaw (3PSNDN) <christina.shaw@gsa.gov>
Cc: Christie Gingras - QSCA <christie.gingras@gsa.gov>
Subject: REMINDER: GSAXcess Want List Training for SASPs and Donees - September 5th, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET

Hello!

This is a reminder that we will be hosting GSAXcess Want List training tomorrow, September 5th at 1:00 PM EST.

The instructions to connect are as follows:

1. Go to GSA Meeting Place, https://meet.gsa.gov/christinashaw/
2. Choose "Enter as Guest" **
3. Enter your full first and last name
4. Click "Enter Room"
5. On the next page, click "Ok" to accept the terms
6. Your meeting room will open in a separate window.
**If you are a GSA employee, you may use "GSA User Login"

Once you are inside the meeting room, the program should offer to call you. If that does not work, or if you are not able to connect to the meeting room, you may use the audio conference information to connect:
 
Audio Conference Details:
   Call-in Number:     (844) 419-4704
   Participant Code:   5088671174


Please Note: If this is your first time connecting, I recommend connecting at least 15 minutes early to allot extra time for any issues encountered. Feel free to call or email me with issues, however, I will only be available until 12:50 PM, at which time I must shift my focus to preparing for the webinar presentation. I have also attached the PowerPoint presentation we will use for the webinar. If you have any issues connecting to the webinar, please feel free to connect via audio and follow along with the attached slides. The slide presentations will also be available for download within the meeting room.

We look forward to seeing you all tomorrow!

Thank you!

Christina M. Shaw
Property Disposal Specialist
GSA - Federal Acquisition Service
215.446.5083 (desk)
856.371.1606 (cell)
215.873.8492 (fax)
mail to: christina.shaw@gsa.gov

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From: Christina Shaw - 3QSCA <christina.shaw@gsa.gov>
Date: Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 8:13 AM
Subject: GSAXcess Want List Training for SASPs and Donees - September 5th, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET
To: Christina Shaw (3PSNDN) <christina.shaw@gsa.gov>
Cc: Christie Gingras - QSCA <christie.gingras@gsa.gov>

Good morning!

GSA Personal Property Management is hosting a series of virtual training sessions on various aspects of the program. The topic of this FREE virtual training will be GSAXcess: Utilizing the Want List Feature. This training will illustrate how GSAXcess users can utilize the Want List feature to be automatically notified of newly available property. The class will review how to set up a want list and include a live demonstration. Helpful tips and recommendations for successful use of the want list feature will also be shared.

The FREE training will be held on September 5, 2019 from 1:00 - 2:00 PM EST.

SASPs - please share this announcement with your donees. We encourage all SASPs and their donees to participant.

Registered participants will receive one (1) Continuous Learning Point (CLP) for attending.

Registration for this training is required through GSA Interact. Follow these steps to register:

1. Go to  https://interact.gsa.gov/gsa-event/%E2%80%8Bgsaxcess-utilizing-want-list-feature-952019 
2. Choose "Register for this event" at the top of the left hand menu.
3. If you already have an account, you can log in here, or you can continue on with registration.
4. Fill out all required fields.
5. Click "Submit" at the bottom of the form.
On the day of the training, you can join by following these steps:

1. Go to GSA Meeting Place, https://meet.gsa.gov/christinashaw/
2. Choose "Enter as Guest"
3. Enter your full first and last name
4. Click "Enter Room"
5. On the next page, click "Ok" to accept the terms
6. Your meeting room will open in a separate window.

Once you are inside the meeting room, the program should offer to call you. If that does not work, or if you are not able to connect to the meeting room, you may use the audio conference information to connect:
 
Audio Conference Details:
   Call-in Number:     (844) 419-4704
   Participant Code:   5088671174

GSA Meeting Place may not be compatible with everyone’s system. If you are unable to join this training online, you will need to look for a traditional class in your area through GSA Events or GSA Interact.
 
Customers can look for different virtual training sessions from week to week on https://interact.gsa.gov/.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Thank you!

Christina M. Shaw
Property Disposal Specialist
GSA - Federal Acquisition Service
215.446.5083 (desk)
856.371.1606 (cell)
215.873.8492 (fax)
mail to: christina.shaw@gsa.gov

How am I doing? Take a few minutes to answer six short questions.


Dear Procurementarians,

Just a quick note to let you know that all items that are in our General Store are now 50% off! We have been getting creamed with property (store fodder) lately, so the boss says “That’s it! Everything that is in the store is half off!” We asked him when this sale should end, he said (through his teeth) “WHEN I SAY IT’S OVER!”. Whoa…..I think he wants the General Store cleared out…..so from now until the as-yet-to-be-determined date in the future, you can save 50% on desks, chairs, file cabinets, book shelves, tables…..anything that is in the General Store*.

So come pay us a visit, bring a big truck, and shop till you drop! Who knows how long this sale will last….I sure don’t, and I’m not asking the boss again. Let’s just say soon, and leave it at that.

Any property related questions, feel free to contact your agency representative Joe Mannion at 503-378-4089, or joe.mannion@oregon.gov, and he can get you fixed up.

*We sell bags of knives and tools and stuff from TSA to the public out of the General Store as well…..c’mon, your agency probably doesn’t need bags of knives and tools and stuff from TSA, but I gotta tell you anyway that these items are not 50% off. Sure as anything somebody will try if I don’t say something. I don’t blame you….I know I’d try.


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.
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A message from DAS Procurement Services
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Title:  Space available in DAS PS Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement!
Date:  September 12, 2019, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Location:  Broadway Commons – Mongolia Rm
Action Required?:  YES
Category:  Training
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There’s still space available in the new DAS Procurement Services course, Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement!  The course will be held September 12, 2019; the course costs $125.00 and 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?  An in-class exercise will show students how they can implement sustainable concepts, processes and directives into their procurements.  This class is for any member of a state organization who wishes to learn how to conduct procurements using sustainable concepts, processes and in accordance with state directives.  It is highly recommended that students complete DAS PS Principles of Public Procurement OR Fundamentals of Procurement OR Direct Award - 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 iLearn 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.

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For more information regarding this message, contact Anya Corbitt, Training Team Administrative Assistant, at 503-378-5396 or via email at anya.corbitt@oregon.gov.

 
DAS Procurement Services Training Team
503-378-5396
Egsps.training@oregon.gov
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx


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Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

Title: State of Oregon NASPO ValuePoint Participating Addendum #9422
Date: August 27, 2019
Action Required?: No
Category: New PA #9422
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The State of Oregon has entered into NASPO ValuePoint Participating Addendum (PA) #9422, with MPH Industries, Inc. for POLICE RADAR/LIDAR SPEED ENFORCEMENT & SPEED ADVISORY SYSTEMS, PARTS, AND ACCESSORIES.

Authorized Purchasers include  State of Oregon agencies and ORCPP members.

Please continue to monitor ORPIN for the most recent updates and pricing information.

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For more information regarding this message, contact Brent Lutz, State Procurement Analyst, at 503-378-4137 or via email brent.l.lutz@oregon.gov

 
Brent Lutz OPBC
State Procurement Analyst
Vehicles and Transportation Sourcing Team
(P) 503-378-4137 (F) 503-373-1626
Brent.l.lutz@oregon.gov
http://procurement.oregon.gov
Data Classification 2 – Limited.

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A message from DAS Procurement Services

Title: Information Technology Service Management [ITSM] software and SaaS solutions
Category: New Price Agreements
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DAS PS has completed the process of securing ITSM software and SaaS solutions. DAS PS has signed two (2) Master Price and Service Agreements [MPSA]. These MPSA’s are for software and SaaS solutions only. MPSA’s for services are in process. PLEASE note: John Anglemier will be the contract manager on these and the service MPSA’s.

The MPSA’s are:

PA # 9442  Axios Systems

PA # 9462  CDW-G partnering and reselling Ivanti
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For more information regarding this message, contact Cort Dokken, Procurement Services Manager, at 503-378-4654 or via email cort.j.dokken@oregon.gov.  OR  John Anglemier, IT Procurement Strategist, 503-378-4650, john.anglemier@oregon.gov.


 
Cort Dokken
Procurement Services Manager
503-378-4654
http://procurement.oregon.gov
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A message from DAS Procurement Services
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To:  State Agencies and ORCPP Members

Subject:  DAS PS is requesting spend and desired usage for de-icer used for walkways, crosswalks, sidewalks, etc.. (not highway or freeway).  Please complete the questionnaire below and return to Rachel Smith. 

Contact:
Agency:
Contact Information:


1.    Has your Agency purchased deicer for walkways  in the past?  

Y____N____  If yes,   What type ? ___________________How much?____ 

From what source:
Comments:____________________________________________________________________________________________________

2.    Is there a determined need currently for walkway deicer at your Agency?

Y ____  N____   or a future need:  Y____N____
Comments:____________________________________________________________________________________________________

3.    If  DAS PS added walkway deicer to a Price Agreement would your Agency purchase? 

Y___  N___
Comments:______________________________________________________________________________________________________



 
Rachel Smith
State Procurement Analyst, I.T. Business Center
Oregon Department of Administrative Services
(P) 503-373-1058 (F) 503-373-1626
http://procurement.oregon.gov
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Good Afternoon ORCPP Members,

The Department of Administrative Services, Procurement Services Training is taking their most attended learning events on the road. Our first stop will be in Medford OR, October 21 to the 25th 2019.
We will present the following learning events at the Airport Marriot on the dates indicated. In 2020, we anticipate stops in Redmond, LaGrande and back to Medford, stay tuned for further updates on dates.

DAS PS - Fundamentals of Sustainable Procurement  Monday 21 October 8:30 to 4:30

DAS PS - Fundamentals of Procurement ($10,000 to $150,000) IN CLASS 8:30 Tuesday 22 October to 12:00 Wednesday 23 October

DAS PS - Using Statewide Price Agreements Wednesday 23 October 1:00 to 4:30


DAS PS - Direct Award - Small Procurements Thursday 24 October 8:30 to 4:30

DAS PS - Writing a Statement of Work Friday 25 October 8:30 to 4:30

To view a description of the learning event and to register please log into iLearn. Seating is limited.


John Koljesky
Statewide Training Coordinator
DAS Procurement Services
503-378-2497
http://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Training.aspx
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