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Oregon Buys is the web-based eProcurement system for the state of Oregon's procurement process.
The Office of Contracts and Procurement (OC&P) provides contracting and purchasing support and services for the Oregon Department of Human Services and the Oregon Health Authority.
The Contracts office is responsible for preparing, issuing and awarding contracts to qualified vendors in a manner that protects people, assets and public trust.
Through the delegated authority of the Department of Administrative Services (DAS), procurement staff insure legal compliance in the procurement process and have overall responsibility for ODHS and OHA purchasing practices. This includes the responsibility to solicit, purchase and contract for trade services (janitorial contracts), information technology (servers, computers, software), equipment leases, and other goods and services. Procurement staff are also charged with locating products, developing specifications, soliciting prospective vendors and creating purchase orders.
To provide a fair opportunity for businesses to compete for government contracts regardless of the owner's ethnicity, gender, disability or firm size, businesses can be certified as:
The Oregon Certification Office for Business Inclusion and Diversity (COBID) oversees these free certification programs. You can apply for more than one certification.
Contracts and Procurement635 Capitol St NE Ste 350Salem, OR 97301
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