Transitional Housing and Supplemental Services (DCJ) Vendors will be asked to describe their organizations' sustainability practices both in the delivery of services and in-house resources.
Purchasing Transportation fuel efficient vehicles; route optimization; idling restrictions
Purchasing Using Total Cost of Ownership and Life Cycle Costing
Waitlist Intensive Case Management
Managing waste can apply to packaging, meeting supplies, training materials, meals and refreshments, limits on giveaways and more.
Purchasing & Water Conservation
A recent government survey showed at least 36 states are anticipating local, regional, or statewide water shortages by 2013. By using water more efficiently, we can help preserve water supplies fo...
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The County seeks to do business with vendors who support its sustainability goals.
Multnomah County supports construction workforce development through apprenticeship training and the support of pre-apprenticeship programs.
The goal of the Workforce Training & Hiring Program is to increase the number women and minorities in the construction trades through apprenticeship opportunities on Multnomah County projects.
This DCHS solicitation for youth employment services included an early attempt at including sustainable business practices criteria; allocating 15/120 evaluation points.
If you are a CDEF services provider, submit your reports here. You will find your reporting page below. If you have questions feel free to contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would like to share a few certified business success stories with you! If you are inspired by these stories we hope you will contact us to discuss potential partnerships.
In a continuing effort to reach out to local businesses, especially MWESB small businesses, the County will be posting relevant news and events.
You have found the place to engage with CDEF & learn more about initiatives that promote a local diverse construction workforce through pre-apprenticeship programs, and Technical Assistance.
Learn the basics of our Multco's E-Procurement here! E-procurement is the business-to-business or business-to-consumer or business-to-government purchase and sale of supplies, work, and services.
The County requires contractors to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by Oct. 18, 2021. This covers a broad range of people including any employees or agents of contractors.
You may think you are just providing raw materials or service for the County, but you are the foundation for positive economic impacts in our community.
Economic Impact:The pursuit to create full and equal access to opportunities for all people that enable them to attain their full potential.
The pursuit to create full and equal access to opportunities for all people that enable them to attain their full potential.
We have created a few tips on energy conservation for Non-Personal Services and the Purchase of Goods. These tips will be growing so we hope you check back often!