Information Technology (IT) Research & Advisory - ADPICS Procedures

The following outlines the procedures for Purchase Orders issued for services and products available through the IT Research and Advisory Services Contract.

All Executive Branch agencies are required to create a purchase order release in State ADPICS against blanket purchase order (BPO) #060B8400061.

Agencies may change the purchasing type or use the default. A specific purchasing type is not required since the commodity codes are linked to DoIT by commodity approval processing.

NOTE:  this a multi-vendor master contract.  Agencies should indicate the vendor selection of their choice using the F11-VENDOR SELECT.  

The purchase order will automatically be routed via commodity approval processing to DoIT Procurement for review in ADPICS mailbox 060P1, level 800.

Agencies can monitor the status of the ADPICS document through ADPICS via the active document screen (PCHL 9220) or archive screen (PCHL 9230). In most cases, you will receive an email from DoIT indicating the updated document status.

Agencies should follow-up with the contractor directly concerning the status of the purchase as well as subsequent invoice or service concerns.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact the DoIT service desk:

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