Please join us in welcoming Karol Barker to the procurement services team. Karol was raised in Northeastern Oregon and spent her high school years in Southeastern Washington. She graduated from Elms College in Massachusetts, with a degree in Business Management. Most recently, she spent 22 years at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, WA, of which 9 years was in the Procurement, Contracts and Surplus Inventory Office. She has lived in Idaho, Washington, Ohio, New York and Massachusetts, and is now going to include Oregon. Stop by to meet her when you have a chance.
PCMM and E&I have been notified that Graebel Van Lines LLC (E&I Contract # CNR01258) will cease service operations as of Friday, March 17, 2017. Members in need of moving and relocation services are encouraged to utilize our agreements with SIRVA (Allied Van Lines and North American Van Lines) or UniGroup (United Van Lines and Mayflower).
“All shipments currently loaded and on a truck will be serviced to completion per an Official Statement from Graebel Van Lines.
We apologize for the late notice and the additional leg work this may cause your organization.”
If you already scheduled moves through Graebel, please let us know we have alternatives. I will try to follow up with you via phone, but wanted to get this notification out to you ASAP. Hopefully this notice is early enough to provide you adequate notification. Please contact me if you need help lining up existing or future moving services.
Member Relations Executive
E&I Cooperative Services
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Procurement, Contracts and Materials Management (PCMM) invites you to attend a presentation by Office Depot/Office Max, an OSU Buy Orange Contracted Vendor, on April 6, 2016 at the LaSells Stewart Center from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. For full details on the presentation follow the link below. We hope to see you there.
Capital Projects Contract Administration has a new name and new location! They have been renamed Construction Contract Administration. While their name has changed, their function remains the same and that’s to manage sourcing and management of construction related services.
Construction Contract Administration merged with Procurement, Contracts and Materials Management in July 2015 and as of mid-March they are moving to the Property Services Building to join PCMM. Please feel free to stop by and visit them at their new location!
Christine Atwood and Lori Fulton were recently highlighted in the Northwest Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council newsletter. They were recognized for their commitment to making a positive impact in the diverse supplier community:
We’re happy to announce that Capital Projects Contract Administration has moved from Capital Planning & Development to Procurement, Contracts and Materials Management (PCMM). Having both goods and services and construction procurements all within one organization will help pool resources and fill in some gaps. Capital Projects Contract Administration manages all construction related procurements and contracts, including procurements under $25,000 that are subject to BOLI Prevailing Wage Rates. We welcome them to the PCMM team!