Allegheny County Purchasing Community Outreach and Informational Seminar, January 10, 2002 .


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Allegheny County Purchasing Community Outreach and Informational Seminar, January 10, 2002. Thomas E. Youngs, Jr., C.P.M. County of Allegheny, Department of Administrative Services, Division of Purchasing and Supplies. Public Purchasing Modernization. Allegheny County
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Allegheny County Purchasing Community Outreach and Informational Seminar, January 10, 2002 Thomas E. Youngs, Jr., C.P.M. Region of Allegheny, Department of Administrative Services, Division of Purchasing and Supplies

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Public Purchasing Modernization Allegheny County Division of Purchasing & Supplies Vision To be the best nearby government acquiring association in the country.

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Allegheny County General Purchasing Information Allegheny County Administrative Code requires that: "Units of the Executive Branch, County Officers, Independently Elected County Officials, the Courts and offices which require materials, supplies, decorations, gear, protection, surety and constancy securities, other individual property, and non-proficient administrations should present a demand to the Purchasing Officer depicting the sort and amount of products and enterprises required."

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Allegheny County General Purchasing Information Allegheny County Administrative Code expresses that: Requirements more noteworthy than $30,000 be acquired through an aggressive offer process Requirements amongst $10,000 and $30,000 be bought with three quotes (Inquiry) Requirements under $10,000 are at a County office\'s carefulness The Department of Public Works handles all development offers The acquisition of Professional Services is done outside of the Division of Purchasing and Supplies and the formal offer necessities Suppliers must become more acquainted with County clients and in addition Purchasing Agents

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Allegheny County General Purchasing Information In 2000 Division of Purchasing and Supplies issued: 22,776 buy orders for $34 million 110 solicitations for offer and 124 request County Controller prepared: 51,532 different vouchers for $585 million

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Allegheny County General Purchasing Information In 2001 Division of Purchasing and Supplies issued: 132 solicitations for offer and 81 request

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Allegheny County Sample List of Commodities Ammunition Agricultural Supplies Clinical Supplies Arts & Crafts Audio Visual Equipment Air Filters Dental Supplies Books/Brochures Typewriter Repair Automatic Doors Appliances (Refrigerators, TV\'s, Microwaves) Carpeting Body Armor Carpeting, Cleaning Communications Autos Computer Paper Computer Maintenance Batteries Eyeglasses Detergents Computers & Related Items Building Materials Dish and Laundry Soap Court Reporter Equipment Calcium Chloride Hearing Aids Dockets and Folders Fax Equipment & Supplies Chemicals - Industrial Hospital Beds Elevator Maintenance Fire Alarms Chemicals - Swimming Pool Hospital Equipment Files, Office Fire Extinguishers Electrical Equipment Furniture Fire Fighting Equipment Electronic Monitoring Systems Laboratory Service Flags & Emblems www.county.allegheny.pa.us/buying

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Public Purchasing Modernization Allegheny County Division of Purchasing & Supplies Vision To be the best nearby government buying association in the country.

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Public Purchasing Modernization How to Get There Change as government from a Second Class Pennsylvania County to a Home Rule County Purchasing is overseen by an acquiring proficient instead of a political deputy Be more expert and less administrative, be confirmed - C.P.M., CPPO and CPPB Focus on cost funds and TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) and less on number of procurement requests issued Be more vital and less strategic Contract with best-in-class providers Harness the force of innovation

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Public Purchasing Modernization Harness the Power of Technology Electronic Reverse Auctions Division of Purchasing & Supplies Web Site Contracts Purchasing Agent and Commodity Listing BidNet - Central Bid Notification System

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Electronic Reverse Auctions Five turn around sell-offs to date Janitorial Supplies Swimming Pool Chemicals Printed Envelopes Linens Rock Salt

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Example Auction A Duration: 1 hours, 22 mins. Bidders: 6 Savings comes about: $13,136.50 - 27% Linens: Sheets and Pillowcases Dynamic Close - Extension Start Bid: $49,026.00 Final Bid: $35,889.50

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Example Auction B Duration: 1 hours, 43 mins. Bidders: 7 Savings comes about: $10,894.30 - 13% Swimming Pool Chemicals Dynamic Close - Extension Start Bid: $83,500.10 Final Bid: $72,605.80

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Division of Purchasing & Supplies Web Site www.county.allegheny.pa.us/obtaining Commodity Contracts

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Division of Purchasing & Supplies Web Site www.county.allegheny.pa.us/acquiring Choose contract

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Division of Purchasing & Supplies Web Site www.county.allegheny.pa.us/buying Choose item

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BidNet Electronic focal offer notice framework $29.95 a year for each provider for email or fax notice (telephone 800-677-1997) Free for provider without notice yet can get to all Invitations for Bid (IFB) Used by Allegheny County, Pittsburgh Public Schools, Monroeville, Mt. Lebanon and Cambria County

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BidNet No longer mail out Invitations for Bid or Inquiries (Request for Quote) Bidders get IFBs faster Bidders don\'t need to stress over missing an IFB Save on: paper costs, duplicating costs and postage Can utilize time for more profitable exercises

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BidNet Award organizations are posted Inquiries sent by email and fax to paying providers Quotes return to assigned obtaining operator by email or fax

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BidNet www.county.allegheny.pa.us/acquiring Selling to the County

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BidNet www.county.allegheny.pa.us/buying Open Commodity Bids

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BidNet www.county.allegheny.pa.us/buying Choose Open Requirement

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BidNet www.county.allegheny.pa.us/buying Supplier Registration

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Allegheny County Purchasing Community Outreach and Informational Seminar, January 10, 2002 Thomas E. Youngs, Jr., C.P.M. 412-350-4495 tyoungs@county.allegheny.pa.us www.county.allegheny.pa.us/obtaining

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