The Contract Risk Manual at this site is designed to guide a Department through Risk Identification and Risk Management. The manual does not prescribe specific remedies; due to sometimes significan...
By the nature of the County’s services and clients, most of the human services we contract for are at-risk clients in sometimes at-risk activities. The consequences for failure on the programmatic ...
In 2010, Multnomah County adopted a Sustainable Purchasing and Social Equity Policy in order to use its purchasing power to reflect the values of our community.
Glossary of Sustainability Terms
Sept. 20, 2012 Multnomah County passed a resolution to begin the Healthy Purchasing Initiative to limit exposure to toxic substances through the purchase of safer products.
On June 28, 2011 Multnomah County Purchasing staff participated in the Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber's 9th Annual Employment and Business Fair at the Oregon Convention Center.
The County’s Annual Reports include information on the services we provide to the community, the contracting and procurement results of our diversity programs, highlight significant achievements an...
This procurement was to purchase a range of housing support services necessary to assist seniors & persons with disabilities to live independently in the community or in community-based care settings
Multnomah County’s Human Services Contract Risk Management System recognizes that contracts for human services have unique risk considerations. To manage the risk effectively, risk exposure must be...
We should ensure that populations receiving County services are not adversely affected by indoor air quality issues.
The purpose of this procurement is to provide programmed Kiosk Systems for various jail services functions intended to assist the inmate population and corrections staff.
Multnomah County has a Green Cleaning Policy which supports the use of sustainable cleaning products and materials based upon national standards such as LEED and Green Seal.
As part of its continued efforts to improve the sustainability of County purchases, Central Stores researched more sustainable paper options for bathroom paper products.
This solicitation was to complete the Juvenile Justice Center Detention Electronics Up-grade (Phase 1) and the Multnomah County Inverness Jail Detention Electronics UpGrade (Phase 2) Project.
Juvenile Services Division (JSD) Community Detention and Electronic Monitoring
Purchasing Landscaping. The County seeks to do business with vendors who demonstrate innovative approaches to reducing their impact on the natural environment.
This language library contains examples of County solicitations for Services and Goods that have included social and environmental sustainability language and evaluation criteria.
This language library contains example sustainable purchasing langauge and the Multnomah County Social Equity and Employee Healthcare and other Benefits evaluation criteria.You can...
The County issued an RFP in May 2008 for laundry services for a variety of workplaces including clinics, repair shops, and other County facilities.
This procurement was for the supply of law enforcement apparel, equipment and fitting services for the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office.
By choosing to replace inefficient lighting systems with more efficient ones, Facilities & Property Management is saving the County money and reducing the environmental impact of lighting the County.
Purchasing goods and services from local suppliers and manufacturers promotes the growth of our regional economy. It also supports a healthy environment by reducing carbon emissions from the long ...
The following is a list of Plan Centers where you may also be able to obtain Multnomah County construction bid information and documents.
Describe how you will integrate sustainability considerations into the mailing products. Provide details...