The Cheyenne and Arapaho Office of Procurement, Grants, and Contracts (PG&C) focuses on two important, but separate functions; The implementation of procurement practices and the administration of grants and contracts. By serving as a central department (clearinghouse) responsible for the overseeing, monitoring, and maintaining an inventory of all federal and state grants and contracts awarded to, and administered by, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, we work to achieve the tribes economic, social, cultural health educational, community, and development goals.
An additional responsibility of the Office of Procurement, Grants, and Contracts is to maintain compliance with applicable laws, regulations, programmatic requirements, and mandated tribal policies and procedures. The Procurement Office also formulates and implements procurement management procedures and guidelines to ensure systematic practices, procedures, and responsibilities for the economic and efficient purchase of materials, supplies, equipment, contracts, and services in support of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes programs.
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