|The OCFO Office of Contracts is
responsible for bidding, evaluating, awarding and managing all procurements,
including small purchases, and contracts on behalf of the OCFO, in
accordance with the District of Columbia, Procurement Practices Reform Act
(PPRA) effective April 20, 2011 and the District of Columbia Municipal
Regulations (DCMR) Section 27. It is independent of the District Office of
Contracts and Procurement (OCP).
DCSRP REPLACEMENT PROJECT
- December 20, 2013
The Office of the Chief Financial
Officer, Office of Contracts, District of Columbia has delayed the
publication of the DCSRP solicitation pending completion of an agency
technology review. Thank you for your continuing interest in this
procurement. Please monitor this site for further information regarding
the District’s need for a system implementer for the new financial
management system (Oracle E-Business Suite) and budget management system
(Hyperion). Click here
to view the conference agenda. Click here
to view the conference handouts. A DCSRP Pre-Bid Vendor Contact
List is also available for your convenience.
DEBT COLLECTION SERVICES - 10/12/16
The Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Office of
Contracts, District of Columbia will hold a pre-solicitation conference on October 12,
2016, from 2:00-3:00 PM at 1100 4th St. SW, Suite E850,
Washington, DC 20024 for Delinquent Debt Collection Services.
The purpose of the conference is to: Discuss the District’s need for a
secondary collections services and an account receivables system for
delinquent debt collection of non-tax debts owed to the District of
Columbia Government. Click here to view the
conference agenda. Click here to view the conference handouts. A Delinquent Debt Collection Pre-Solicitation Vendor Contact List is also available for your convenience.
All current solicitations issued
by the OCFO Office of Contracts are available for download from this website.
The Office of Contracts is located at:
1100 4th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
It is accessible from the Green Line Metrorail
Public Bid Openings Room - Room
Notice: The District/OCFO requires all vendors to have an
approved procurement instrument (i.e., purchase order, contract, funded
blanket purchase agreement, etc.) in place prior to providing goods or
services. Any vendor who delivers goods or services without a
valid contract is doing so entirely at its own risk. The District/OCFO
will not pay for goods or services that were provided without the benefit of
a properly executed contract.