Cooperative Purchasing Presentation

Report
Ohio Department of Transportation
John R. Kasich, Governor
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Jerry Wray, Director
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Who is Eligible to Participate?
Section 5513.01(B) of Ohio Revised Code:
Counties, Townships, Municipalities,
Conservancy districts, Township Park
Districts, Port authorities, Regional
Transit authorities, Regional Water and
Sewer districts, County Transit Board, or
State Universities and Colleges
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Why Use ODOT Co-op
Contracts?
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Why Use ODOT Co-op Contracts?
We do the legwork for you!
Researching the commodities
Developing the specifications
Evaluating the amount of competition
Re-evaluating specifications to maximize competition
to achieve the best pricing possible for the
Department
Completing the award process
Note: There are no fees to use any of our contracts.
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How Do I Use an ODOT
Contract?
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Visit ODOT’s Homepage:
www.transportation.ohio.gov
Divisions > Contract Administration > Purchasing Contracts
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Review Co-Op Program Guidelines
www.transportation.ohio.gov
Divisions
Contract Administration
Purchasing Contracts
Cooperative Purchasing Program
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Check out the Current Co-op Eligible
Contracts
www.transportation.ohio.gov
Divisions
Contract Administration
Purchasing Contracts
Cooperative Contracts Listing
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Look through our list of Contracts….
Link to Specifications
Link to Awarded
Pricing
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ODOT Contract for Ohio Quickclear
Signs
Link to contract
pricing
Link to contract
specifications
Copy and paste links below into your web browser to view specs and pricing:
http://www.dot.state.oh.us/Divisions/ContractAdmin/
Contracts/PurchDocs/019-13.pdf
http://www.dot.state.oh.us/Divisions/ContractAdmin/
Contracts/PurchDocs/019-13a.xls
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Find a Contract You want to use?
What’s next???
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Notifying ODOT of Your Intent to Use
the Contract
We must have a written request from an
authorized agent stating the entities want
to use an ODOT Co-op contract. The
Purchasing Section will in return give a
written authorization to purchase from
ODOT’s contract. A copy of this letter will
also be sent to the awarded vendor on
contract.
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Written Request Requirements
A Signed Ordinance or Resolution:
Any Political Subdivision desiring to participate in such
purchase contracts will file with the Co-op Purchasing
Coordinator a certified copy of the ordinance or resolution
of the Legislative Authority, Board of Trustees or
Governing Board of the Political Subdivision requesting
authority to participate in such contracts and agreeing that
it will be bound by such terms and conditions as the
Director prescribes.
Resolution/Ordinance is valid for (2) years.
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Mail, Email, or Fax Signed
Resolutions or Ordinances to:
Ohio Department of Transportation
Office of Contracts, Purchasing Section
Mail Stop 4110
1980 W. Broad St.
Columbus, OH 43223
Email: [email protected]
Fax: (614) 728-2078
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What are Political Subdivisions
Responsible for?
Once the written authorization to
purchase has been given by ODOT, the
Department will have no further
involvement in the purchasing process
of the political subdivision. Orders will
be placed directly with the vendor by
the political subdivision.
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Need to Contact the Purchasing
Section?
Jim Schurch, ODOT Purchasing
Coordinator
614-644-7870
Austin Price, ODOT Purchasing
Coordinator
614-752-9017
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Questions?
Lauren Purdy, ODOT Construction
and Purchasing Contract Sales
Manager
614-995-0758
[email protected]
ODOT Purchasing Website:
www.dot.state.oh.us/Divisions/Contractadmin/C
ontracts/ Pages/Purchase.aspx
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