Department of the Interior
Procurement at DOI is done through the individual Bureaus (listed below). Individual Bureaus procure items from the GSA schedules, the DLA inventory, and directly from vendors. The majority of items are procured from the GSA schedules, however, the majority of small purchases are placed directly with the vendors.
I. What Products Does DOI Buy Most?
|Product||Dollar Amount (1995)|
|Electrical generators and generator sets||$21,690,000|
|Automated data processing (ADP) components||$18,638,000|
|Water turbines and water wheels||$10,685,000|
|ADP support equipment (splicers, spoolers, etc.)||$8,782,000|
|ADP central processing units (CPUs)||$7,100,000|
|Radio and television communication equipment||$6,307,000|
|Compressors and vacuum pumps||$5,569,000|
|Miscellaneous printed materials (decals, labels, etc.)||$4,889,000|
|Motion picture and still picture film||$4,534,000|
II. What are the Bureaus?
|Bureau of Indian Affairs||
|Bureau of Land Management||
|Bureau of Reclamation||
|Minerals Management Service||
|National Park Service||
|Office of Surface Mining||
|U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service||
|U.S. Geological Survey||
III. Who Do I Contact at DOI?
|Jennings Wong, Procurement Analyst||
|Ken Naser, Environmental Program Team Leader||
|Ralph Rausch, Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU)||
|Frank Gisondi, Small Business Specialist||
IV. What Information Sources are Available?
- "How To Do Business With DOI"
- "DOI Prime Contractor Directory"
- "DOI Subcontracting Directory"
- "Annual Forecast Of Interior Acquisitions For FY '97"