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The Federal Transit Administration, or FTA, requires each state to adopt policies and procedures to be used in administering the FTA Sections 5307, 5309, 5310, 5311, 5311(f) and 5339 grant programs and publish them in a State Management Plan.
State Management Plan for Public Transportation Programs (2015)
This guidebook serves as resource for Special Transportation Fund, or STF, agencies, including their governing boards and administrative staff, as well as STF Advisory Committees and providers.
It summarizes requirements and offers advice and resources to assist in managing the program.
Special Transportation Fund Guidebook
The STIP is used to identify major local, state and federal transportation system investments that rely on federal funding. It includes lists of projects that are approved to be carried out during a four-year time period.
ODOT STIP Website
Oregon Revised Statues related to procurement
Department of Administrative Services Procurement Law website
Information on becoming an ORCPP member to purchase goods and services using Oregon state price agreements and contracts
Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program
Use the ORPIN system to access state price agreements and contracts.
ORPIN - Oregon Procurement Information Network
Guidance to provide Federal fund grantees with direction on program specific issues and statutory requirements.
Federal Transit Administration Circulars
The official Federal Transit Administration Master Agreement that applies to projects financed with federal funds. Providers that receive Federal Transit Administration Funds through ODOT agree to comply with everything in the Master Agreement by reference.
Federal Transit Administration Master Agreement
The Federal Transit Administration provides resources to help with third-party procurements for projects receiving FTA funds, including:
Federal Transit Administration Procurement Resources website
The Federal government's guidance on Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal awards. It serves as the government-wide framework for grant management.
The Office of Management and Budget Super Circular
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