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  • Agency Contract Template

    Through the authority delegated to executive branch state agencies under General Letter #71, certain purchases of goods and services costing less than $50,000 may be made without prior and specific approval of the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) provided that a DAS contract does not exist for the goods and/or services being acquired.

  • Connecticut Small Business Enterprise/Minority Business Enterprise (SBE/MBE) Municipal Certification Outreach Program

    The Department of Administrative Services periodically hosts information sessions in various communities. These sessions are targeted for small and minority business who may be interested in and eligible to become certified as a Connecticut Small or Minority Business (SBE/MBE).

  • DAS Procurement Services Available to Municipalities

    Whether you are a local government, school or not-for-profit organization, most likely your number one goal is to deliver high quality products and services at the best possible price.

  • Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Program Information

    Welcome to Connecticut’s Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) Program home page. Environmentally Preferable Products are products or services that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared with competing products or services that serve the same purpose.

  • Find Procurement Resources (Statutes, Regulations, etc.)

    DAS Procurement’s goal is to provide agency purchasers with the general information and tools needed to make sound purchasing decisions.

  • Find/View Procurement Manual for State Agencies

    The state government contracting process and procedures must be open, honest, fair and accessible at all times with competition being the backbone to the public procurement process.

  • Fuel and Dairy Contract Pricing

    The DAS/Procurement Division utilizes market indices for several of our key contracts, including the fuel contracts and dairy contracts.

  • How to Post a Solicitation or Contract Award on the State Contracting Portal

    Through the Biznet system, DAS enables other state agencies, municipalities and certain non-profit organizations to post their solicitations on the State Contracting Portal.

  • Information for Agency P-Card Coordinators

    The Purchasing Card program is co-sponsored by the Department of Administrative Services Procurement Services and the Office of the State Comptroller. It is designed and intended to effectively meet your agency’s purchasing and travel needs.

  • P-Card Information for Client Entities (municipalities, non-profits, and schools)

    The Purchasing Card program is co-sponsored by the Department of Administrative Services Procurement Services and the Office of the State Comptroller. It is designed and intended to more effectively meet your purchasing and travel needs.

  • P-Card Information for State Employee Cardholders

    The Purchasing Card program is co-sponsored by the Department of Administrative Services Procurement Services and the Office of the State Comptroller. It is designed and intended to more effectively meet your purchasing and travel needs.

  • Procurement Contract Extension Explanations

    Connecticut General Statute 4a-59a(c) requires that the Department of Administrative Services post an explanation of all contracts extended in accordance with CGS 4a-59a(b).

  • Procurement Informational Resources for Agencies

    The DAS Procurement Division is charged with the purchase, lease or contract for supplies, materials, equipment and contractual services required by any state agency. In carrying out these tasks, DAS administers contracts through fair, open, competitive sourcing processes.

  • Procurement Training Event 2017

    Once again DAS Procurement hosted their 4th annual agency procurement training event. The theme this year was “Success through Synergies”.

  • Purchasing Card (P-Card) Program

    The Purchasing Card program is co-sponsored by the Department of Administrative Services Procurement Services and the Office of the State Comptroller. Using the P-Card streamlines and simplifies the purchasing and accounts payable functions by eliminating waste and low value activities, ultimately, reducing transaction costs, and improving vendor relations.