Partnerships for Innovation
The Procurement and Contracts Administration department, located in Oak Ridge, Tenn., provides support for all ORAU offices nationwide through procuring equipment and services, managing realty requirements, and providing contracts administration.
If you are a vendor, supplier, subcontractor or other entity and want to conduct business with ORAU, the sections below should provide the information you need to get started.
If you have questions or want to speak directly with an ORAU representative, please contact us:
Procurement and Contracts Administration
Small Business Advocate
ORAU seeks to use small businesses to the maximum extent possible.
ORAU purchases a wide variety of services and products in order to perform work for its clients.
For those who are interested in doing business with ORAU, you are invited to fill out this questionnaire.
Includes Current Terms & Conditions, Full Text Terms & Conditions, and Historical Terms & Conditions.
Use these forms as you work with ORAU’s Procurement organization.
A list of useful websites related to procurement services.
ORAU President and CEO Andy Page (seated left) signed a U.S. Department of Energy Mentor-Protégé Program agreement with Elizabeth Bernstein, president and CEO of United Global Technologies, during the 2012 DOE/National Nuclear Security Administration Regional Small Business Summit held in Knoxville, Tenn.
UGT is an economically disadvantaged, women-owned small business based in Charlotte, North Carolina that provides information technology and engineering services.
The purpose of the ORAU mentor-protégé relationship is to enhance the capabilities of the protégés and to improve their ability to successfully compete for federal contracts.