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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).

NOTICE: 
SOLICITATION RELOCATION - OCTOBER 1, 2018

Effective October 1, 2018 , all Solicitations of the OCFO, moving forward FY 19 will be located on the OCFO Office of Contracts Solicitation Gateway website. 

All solicitations prior to FY 19 issued by the OCFO Office of Contracts are available for download from this website.


 NOTICE:
CONTRACT AWARDS RELOCATION - FEBRUARY 1, 2018

Effective February 1, 2018 , all Contract Awards of the OCFO will be located on the OCFO Office of Contracts, Contract Management System website. 



NOTICE: 
E-Invoicing-  MAY 29, 2018
Effective May 29, 2018 the OCFO went Live with E-Invoicing. 
All impacted OCFO contracts have been modified to incorporate the requirement for the contractor to submit applicable invoices via the DC Vendor Portal. 

As such, any invoice against a purchase order created after May 29, 2018, is now being submitted by vendors and processed through the E-Invoicing module via the DC Vendor Portal. 
Invoices against purchase orders created before May 29, 2018, will continue to be submitted by vendors to the COTRs for traditional processing. 

The DC Vendor Portal link is: https://vendorportal.dc.gov. The link includes tutorials and demos of the e-Invoicing process from beginning to end, FAQ's, and helpdesk contact information. 



The Office of Contracts is located at:

1100 4th Street, SW
Suite E610 
Washington, DC 20024
(202) 442-7012

 

It is accessible from the Green Line Metrorail Station Waterfront.

 

Public Bid Openings Room -  Room E610

 

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. 

 

 



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