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Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for ARA 2.01 - Procurement Rules for the Auditor's Office | May 2024

Public Notice
The City Auditor’s Office proposes updates to this administrative rule, which is available for public comment for thirty days before adoption.
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Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

Authority

Portland City Charter Section 2-506(a) authorizes the City Auditor to establish rules for the Office of the Auditor. Therefore, the City Auditor’s Office proposes the revision of the below administrative rule, which is available for public comment for thirty days before adoption:

ARA 2.01 - Procurement Rules for the Auditor's Office

About the changes

This update adopts the City Procurement Manual as part of the Auditor’s Office’s procurement rules and clarifies departures from City procurement rules that the Auditor’s Office has determined are necessary to ensure the Auditor’s independence and ability to carry out the Auditor’s duties with respect to procurement.


Submitting Comments

The City Auditor invites employees and the public to comment on the proposed revised rule. To be considered, comments must be received by 5:00 PM on June 3, 2024. Comments may be:


Reviewing the Proposed Rule

The proposed rule text can be found below. The full list of Adopted Rules for the Auditor's Office is available on the City of Portland website, or rules can be requested from the City Auditor's Office Operations Management division. 

View proposed rules: 


Questions

Please direct questions to AuditorsOffice@portlandoregon.gov

Contact

Auditor's Office

phone number503-823-4078Hours: We're open Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We accept in-person visits Tuesday to Thursday at City Hall.

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