Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program (ORCPP) uses an intergovernmental agreement with its partnering entities to provide its members with access to the following resources:
- Over 340 statewide price agreements to purchase goods and services
- Unlimited advertising in the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN)
- Thousands of archived solicitations in ORPIN, to help you build new solicitations
- Training opportunities through DAS
- State of Washington Contracts - Entities must determine whether these contracts meet their own purchasing rules and ORS 279 requirements.
- ORCPP Link - Our program managers keep you connected with emails concerning trainings, updates to price agreements, specials from DAS Surplus and other resources.
Who is eligible?
ORCPP eligible entities include:
- Units of local government - cities, counties, school districts, etc.
- Special districts - fire, water, vector control, health, etc.
- Oregon university and community colleges
- Qualified rehabilitation facilities
- American indian tribes and agencies of American indian tribes
- Certain qualifying, public benefit corporations
- State agencies not subject to ORS 279A.050 and DAS-implemented administrative rules, such as: Oregon Lottery, Treasury, Secretary of State, etc.
How much does it cost?
Participation in the program may include an annual fee based on your total organizational budget.
View the fee chart