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Re: Procurement checklist

     Wendy --
     You might want to check out the Pacific Northwest National Lab's 
     Affirmative Procurement web site:
     It is mostly oriented towards the procurement process at the National 
     Laboratory, but I think you'll find some useful materials, including a 
     checklist type document. 
     I also highly recommend the King County (WA) Recycled Product 
     Procurement Program's site:
     They don't have any checklists that I know of, but they do have sample 
     procurement contract language, policies, etc.
     Hope this helps.
     Scott Butner (rs_butner@pnl.gov)
     Pacific NW National Laboratory/Seattle Research Center 
     4000 NE 41st Street
     Seattle, WA  98105
     206-528-3290 voice/206-528-3552 fax


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Subject: Procurement checklist
Author:  p2tech@great-lakes.net at ~internet
Date:    11/20/97 11:44 AM

A company has asked me to check if anyone has a good 
"checklist" they can use when procuring new products.  I would 
guess the list would have various material management questions 
such as check the MSDS, review various regs, look at handling, 
storage and disposal options, etc.
We have some basic "P2:" checklists, but I am looking for 
something a little "broader" in use.
Wendy Fitzner
Pollution Prevention Section
Environmental Assistance Division
Michigan Department of Enviromental Quality 
333 S. Capital
P.O. Box 48933
Lansing, MI  48909-7957
phone: 517-373-8798  fax: 517-335-4729 
email: fitznerw@state.mi.us