Procurement Executive

The Senior Procurement Executive (SPE) leads the Office of the Procurement Executive (OPE). OPE is responsible for the Department’s acquisition system, including: policy development; establishment of acquisition goals; evaluation and monitoring of bureau organizations; strategic sourcing, governance of federal-wide and Treasury procurement systems; career management; and continuous improvement of the acquisition environment.  OPE supports the use of streamlined, cost effective, best value procurement strategies while encouraging achievement of socio-economic participation goals in our nation’s business.
​The mission of the Office of the Procurement Executive is to assist bureau operations in ensuring that quality goods and services are delivered on time to support Treasury's program. Our primary goals are to help bureaus provide the best procurement service possible within the scope of law and regulation; promote partnership among the bureau procurement offices' staff and customers; provide value added analysis, policy recommendations and guidance; focus on measurable results; combine our expertise and experience with other agency procurement professionals; expand the use of best practices; and ensure that government assets and resources are wisely managed.

How do I communicate with Treasury regarding contract opportunities?

The Treasury Vendor Communication Plan identifies the steps Treasury has taken and will continue to take to reduce any unnecessary barriers to vendor engagement, publicize opportunities for Treasury to communicate with industry, and prioritize engagement opportunities for Treasury’s high impact acquisitions.

Treasury Vendor Communication Plan

As a Small Business, how do I do Business with the Department of the Treasury?

The Department of the Treasury's Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Development Utilization (OSBDU) assists, counsels, and advises small businesses of all type​s (small businesses, small disadvantaged business, women-owned small businesses, veteran owned small businesses, service disabled veteran owned small businesses, and small businesses located in historically underutilized business zones) on procedures for contracting with Treasury. The OSBDU maintains, among other things, a Treasury "Forecast of Contract Opportunities."

Visit this site for current Treasury procurement regulations and policies.


How do I access the Department of the Treasury Fiscal Year service contract inventory?

Treasury’s inventory of FY13 service contract actions exceeding $25,000 is provided at attachment below.


Treasury’s Inventory and Supplement of FY2014 service contract actions exceeding $25,000 is provided by the below attachments.


Treasury’s Inventory and Supplement of FY2015 service contract actions exceeding $25,000 is provided by the below attachments.


Treasury’s Inventory and Supplement of FY2016 service contract actions exceeding $25,000 may be found at: https://www.acquisition.gov/service-contract-inventory
In addition, Treasury's FY 2016 service contract inventory data is included in the government-wide inventory posted on www.acquisition.gov.  The government-wide inventory can be filtered to display the inventory data for Treasury.



E-Government: Integrated Acquisition Environment

The Treasury Office of the Procurement Executive (OPE) is committed to embracing the ideals and benefits associated with the implementation of E-Government. OPE is fully engaged with the GSA Program Office that manages the Integrated Acquisition Environment (IAE) which is a Presidential E-Government initiative.The purpose of the IAE is to simplify, unify and streamline the complex federal acquisition process for government buyers and sellers. OPE participates and contributes to the various Councils, Functional Requirements Boards, and working level meetings aimed at promoting, improving and implementing the E-Government systems that collectively form the IAE. For further information on the IAE systems, please click on the following link: http://www.acquisition.gov/

Credit Card Services Program

The Department of the Treasury uses Citibank MasterCard under the GSA SmartPay Contract to provide purchase, travel, and fleet card services for the Department.
Access to justifications for other than competitive acquisitions
The Department of the Treasury provides access to justifications for other than competitive acquisitions according to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.305(d)(2); 8.405-6(a)(2)(i)(B)(2); 13.501(a)(1)(iii); and 16.505(b)(2)(ii)(D)(2)(ii) on the Government Point of Entry (GPE) (also known as the Federal Business Opportunities web site) which is available at http://www.fedbizopps.gov/.  Contact information for Advocates for Competition and Task-order and Delivery-order Ombudsmen is available on this webpage under the tab entitled “Contacts.”

General Office Phone: 202-622-1678

​Office of the Procurement Executive Staff

Michelle Sharpe
Senior Procurement Executive (Acting)
Sean McClure
Suspension and Debarment Advisor
Alan Monico
Procurement Analyst
Eric Steinberg
Procurement Analyst 
Bureau Chief Procurement Officers
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Last Updated :9/3/2019 3:49 PM