Contracting

Aquisition Management in the Pacific Northwest Region

Log hauling photo

 

The Ochoco National Forest & Crooked River National Grassland are substantial contributors to the economies of local communities through contracting with various businesses and citizens for the procurement and acquisition of goods and services. Services are provided through contracts, purchasing, and other various contract tools.

 

Contract services include:

  •    Tree thinning projects
  •    Construction of trails
  •    Service contracts such as janitorial services
  •    Contracting construction needed for repair and construction of facilities and roads
  •    And other various commodities and services

Purchases from local vendors for needed supplies and sevices to support fire incidents include:

  •  Water, fuel, batteries, medical supplies, mechanic services, tires.
  •   Lodging, portable toilets, and equipment rentals such as bulldozers, excavators, backhoes, water trucks, pack strings.

The Pacific Northwest Region of the USDA Forest Service contains 19 National Forests, a National Scenic Area, a National Grassland, and two National Volcanic Monuments, all within the States of Oregon and Washington.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

I want to sign up my equipment for fire.  Who do I call?

Acquisition Management-Incident Procurement

I’m a contractor (or nonfederal employee) and I want to take a refresher/pack test.

PNW Region Approved Training Providers 

 

For More Information

FACT (Fire and Aviation Contracting Team) 

“New Vendor Handout” 

Or please visit our Regional Aquisition Management website.

Federal Business Opportunities

This is a convenient link to fedbizopps.gov which contains archived and current opportunities.





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