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The DPS Agency Procurement and Surplus Property Manual (APSPM) sets forth the policies and procedures to be followed by state agencies and institutions in the purchase of non-technology goods and nonprofessional services.
The VITA IT Procurement Policy Manual (“Buy IT”) establishes policies, standards and guidelines to be followed by state agencies and institutions when procuring information technology (IT), including telecommunications goods and services.
There is no change in the requirement to place orders in eVA for technology purchases. All agencies should use eVA as their purchasing system beginning at the point of requisitioning for all procurement actions.
Section § 2.2-4300 of the Code of Virginia which enunciates the public policies pertaining to governmental procurement from nongovernmental sources, to include governmental procurement that may or may not result in monetary consideration for either party.
The Commonwealth of Virginia Construction and Professional Services Manual (CPSM) sets forth the standards, policies, terms, conditions, and procedures to be followed by Commonwealth of Virginia agencies and institutions in procuring professional design and construction services.
Access the Federal Government's web site that posts the current CPI figures.
Inactive eVA Vendor Accounts
Vendor’s accounts may be inactive for a number of reasons. The inactive vendor list is available for buyers and vendors as a reference to resolve accounts (click to find out more about eVA statuses). Included, are all businesses and individuals excluded from contracting with state agencies through debarment, enjoinment, or suspension by the Commonwealth under the Construction Professional Services Manual (CPSM) and the Agency Procurement and Surplus Property Manual (APSPM).
This link accesses the list of Prohibited Vendors as determined and maintained by the Department of Taxation. The content of the list is determined solely by the Virginia Department of Taxation pursuant to Va. Code § 2.2-4321.1(C). Anyone having a question or a request for further information regarding this list or its contents is to contact the Virginia Department of Taxation, Office of Customer Services, using the “Contact Us” information located online at https://www.tax.virginia.gov or by calling (804) 367-8037.
This link accesses the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) website that provides information on preferences established within each State. This list is maintained by the state of Oregon on behalf of NASPO.