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  • News

    Transparency-Focused Section Added to Purchasing Division Website

    The Purchasing Division has recently added a section to its website, WVPurchasing.gov, focusing on transparency in the state government procurement process. The Transparency page contains data, reports, and publications related to procurements made under the Purchasing Division’s authority, as outlined in West Virginia Code, the West Virginia Code of State Rules, and the Purchasing Division Procedures Handbook.

    The information organized on the Transparency page reflects the Purchasing Division’s goal of providing transparency to the citizens of West Virginia, other state agencies, and the vendor community. Sections of the Transparency page include the Notice of Centralized Award Report, the “Request an RFQ” form, a link to the West Virginia Purchasing Bulletin at wvOASIS.gov, a link to view vendor responses to solicitations that have been opened by the Purchasing Division, the Purchasing Division’s annual reports, a link to the West Virginia State Budget Office, and West Virginia Purchasing Bulletin Archives, which allows visitors to reference solicitations that were out for bid from 2006-2014.

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  • Events

    In-House Training Program Continues to Offer Benefits to State-Agency Purchasers

    As part of its 2016 In-House Training Program, the Purchasing Division continues to offer monthly training sessions which cover a variety of purchasing-related topics. These sessions are free to all agency purchasers who are required to procure under West Virginia Code § 5A-3 and are conducted at the West Virginia Capitol Complex in Charleston. Space is limited and registration is given on a first-come, first-served basis. For additional information or to register for these trainings, please visit our In-House Training page.

  • Job Postings

    Purchasing Assistant - Under general supervision of the Buyer supervisor, performs complex clerical work organizing and coordinating the purchasing activities within the division. Reviews purchasing requisitions and determines if the required commodity is on contract, or if bids must be solicited. Screens to determine most cost efficient method meeting the requirements of the requisition. Checks purchase orders for accuracy, completeness, and clarity. Corrects any unclear specifications in the purchase orders, and obtains any information necessary to complete the order. Types and/or uses the computer to compose purchase orders, request for quotations, correspondence, memoranda and reports, obtains all necessary product information from requester including physical description, color, or any other identification details to accurately complete the purchase order. Records orders, requisition numbers, and delivery data in automated purchasing system. Contacts vendors and agency requesters to confirm compliance with the specifications upon delivery. Knowledge of governmental purchasing procedures and basic clerical practices. Knowledge of personal computers with experience in Microsoft Word and proficient and accurate use of Microsoft Excel (ability to create various types of spreadsheets). Ability to type accurately and communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Perform related work as required. This posting closes December 2, 2016. For more information and to apply, visit the West Virginia Division of Personnel.

    Administrative Services Assistant I - Please see this posting for the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services. This posting closes December 2, 2016. For more information and to apply, please view the public advertisement.

 

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