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2020 Session

Budget Bill - HB30 (Chapter 1289)

Department of General Services

Item 78

Item 78

First Year - FY2021Second Year - FY2022
Procurement Services (73000)$66,006,041$65,570,830
Statewide Procurement Services (73002)FY2021 $31,387,816FY2022 $30,416,782
Surplus Property Programs (73007)FY2021 $2,020,823FY2022 $2,020,823
Statewide Cooperative Procurement and Distribution Services (73008)FY2021 $32,597,402FY2022 $33,133,225
Fund Sources: 
GeneralFY2021 $2,012,725FY2022 $2,012,725
SpecialFY2021 $3,632,726FY2022 $3,632,726
EnterpriseFY2021 $25,742,365FY2022 $24,771,331
Internal ServiceFY2021 $34,618,225FY2022 $35,154,048

Authority: Title 2.2, Chapter 11, Articles 3 and 6, Code of Virginia.


A. 1. Out of this appropriation, $597,437 the first year and $597,437 the second year for federal surplus property is sum sufficient and amounts shown are estimates from an internal service fund which shall be paid from revenues derived from charges for services.


2. Out of this appropriation, $1,423,386 the first year and $1,423,386 the second year for state surplus property is sum sufficient and amounts shown are estimates from an internal service fund which shall be paid from revenues derived from charges for services.


B. Out of this appropriation, $32,597,402 the first year and $33,133,225 the second year for Statewide Cooperative Procurement and Distribution Services is sum sufficient and amounts shown are estimates from an internal service fund which shall be paid from revenues derived from charges for services.


C. The Commonwealth's statewide electronic procurement system and program known as eVA will be financed by fees assessed to state agencies and institutions of higher education and vendors.


D. The Department of General Services shall allow nonprofit food banks operating in Virginia and granted tax-exempt status under § 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code to purchase directly from the Virginia Distribution Center.


E.1. The Department of General Services, for goods and services requirements identified by the Virginia Department of Social Services and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management, is directed to develop and maintain a list of emergency contracts for use by state agencies responsible for emergency response and recovery, and to establish contracts for resources, goods and services, as identified by the Virginia Department of Social Services and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management in the event of state shelter activation during a declaration of state emergency.


2. Following completion or revision by the Department of Social Services of documentation, pursuant to Item 358, paragraph B, regarding the specifications of goods and services required in the event of shelter activation, the department shall take necessary steps, in compliance with the Virginia Public Procurement Act, to timely negotiate, execute, or amend contracts sufficient to support the goods and services needs identified by the Department of Social Services and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management.


3. By November 1, 2020, the department in consultation with relevant state agencies, shall submit a report identifying options for warehousing supplies needed to support state shelters to include associated storage and supply management resource costs to store and maintain needed supplies. The department shall report its findings to the Chairmen of the House Appropriations and Senate Finance Committees, the Secretary of Administration, the Secretary of Health and Human Resources, the Secretary of Education, and the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security, and the Secretary of Finance.