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Welcome to the Office of State Procurement

Director:

Paula Tregre
Phone: 225-342-8010
FAX: (225) 342-9756
Email: Paula.Tregre@la.gov

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 94095
Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9095

Help Desk Email Addresses: 
Purchasing: 
DOA-OSP HELP DESK

Professional Contracts:
DOA-PC HELP DESK
Vendor Inquiries: VENDR_INQ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Renewal of State of Emergency for COVID-19 - Extension of Emergency Provisions No. 118

COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Phase 3 of Resilient Louisiana - No. 117

Amendment to State of Emergency - Hurricane Laura No. 115

Renewal of State of Emergency for COVID-19-Extension of Emergency Provisions No. 111

State of Emergency - Tropical Storm Laura and Tropical Depression 14 - No. 108

Renewal of State of Emergency for COVID-19-Extension of Emergency Provisions No. 102

Renewal of State of Emergency for COVID-19-Extension of Emergency Provisions No. 97

Renewal of State of Emergency for COVID-19-Extension of Emergency Provisions No. 84

Renewal of State of Emergency for COVID-19-Extension of Emergency Provisions No. 75

Renewal of State of Emergency for COVID-19-Extension of Emergency Provisions No. 59

Renewal of State of Emergency for COVID-19-Extension of Emergency Provisions No. 52

Additional Measures for COVID-19; Public Health Emergency - Proclamation No. 41

Additional Measures for COVID-19; Public Health Emergency - Proclamation No. 32

Additional Measures for COVID-19; Public Health Emergency - Proclamation No. 30

Additional Measures for COVID-19; Public Health Emergency - Proclamation No. 27

Public Health Emergency - COVID-19; Proclamation No. 25



The Office of State Procurement (OSP) serves the agencies and people of Louisiana by ensuring that the state’s contracting and purchasing activities are conducted legally, fairly, and efficiently.
 
OSP is responsible for maintaining standards, and for conducting the review and technical approval of professional, personal, consulting and social services contracts needed by state agencies. The office verifies that the competition process for each contract is fair, that funding has been appropriated to pay for services, and that the proposed services are reasonable and advisable in relation to the agency’s mission and the state’s priorities.
 
OSP also manages the purchasing of equipment, goods, supplies and operating services needed by state agencies. The office researches, develops and issues both statewide and agency-specific contracts and competitively bids items not covered under annual contracts. In all of its purchasing activities the office strives to reduce costs to the state by harnessing the purchasing power of the entire state to obtain the best pricing for all agencies, large and small.
 

OSP strives to ensure a fair, competitive bidding environment for all vendors, while also ensuring that vendors have performed well in their contract​ual duties to state agencies and the public. It also manages the Hudson and Veterans Initiatives for Small Entrepreneurships to ensure that agencies give due consideration to contracting with local small businesses.