Chief Procurement Officer definition

Chief Procurement Officer or "CPO" means the chief procurement officer of the City of Chicago or his or her designee.
Chief Procurement Officer means the individual to whom the Executive Director has delegated his or her authority pursuant to §24-102-202(6), C.R.S. to procure or supervise the procurement of all supplies and services needed by the state.
Chief Procurement Officer abbreviated as "CPO" means the chief executive of the City's Department of Procurement Services ("DPS"), and any representative duly authorized in writing to act on the Chief Procurement Officer's behalf.

Examples of Chief Procurement Officer in a sentence

  • The evaluation process will include each proposal being reviewed by an evaluation committee appointed by the Chief Procurement Officer.

  • Notice of Decision: A copy of the decision, stating the reason(s) upon which it is based and informing the filer of the right to appeal an unfavorable decision to the Chief Procurement Officer shall be sent to the filer or its agent by regular mail within thirty (30) business days of receipt of the dispute.

  • You will receive direct, written guidance from HUD’s Office of the Chief Procurement Officer as to the status of your contract by Monday, September 30, 2013.

  • In the absence of written notice from the Chief Procurement Officer, the contractor.s first “MBE/WBE Utilization Report” will be due ninety (90) days after the date of contract award, and reports will be due quarterly thereafter.

  • On October 17, 2016, the Chief Procurement Officer (CPRO) developed and implemented a monthly Knowledge Sharing Training Program.


More Definitions of Chief Procurement Officer

Chief Procurement Officer. (“CPO”) means the Chief Procurement Officer of the City of Houston, as set forth in Chapter 15 of the Houston Code of Ordinances.
Chief Procurement Officer means the individual who serves as the principal public purchasing official for the District.
Chief Procurement Officer means the Chief Procurement Officer of the City and any representative duly authorized in writing to act on his behalf.
Chief Procurement Officer means the individual designated by the President of Marshall University to manage, oversee and direct the purchasing and acquisition of supplies, equipment, services, and printing for the University.
Chief Procurement Officer means (a) the management officer for information technology, (b) the state engineer for areas of construction, architectural and engineering, construction management, and land surveying services, and (c) the materials management officer for all other procurements.
Chief Procurement Officer means that person within the Central Purchasing Office who is responsible for the control of procurement of items of tangible personable property, services or construction.
Chief Procurement Officer or “CPO” means the person holding the positing as the head of the central procurement office for the Roswell Independent School District.