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OCP Human Resources

Welcome to the DC Office of Contracting & Procurement Human Resources

Why Should You Become A Part of Team OCP?

The Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), a dynamic public agency, managing the acquisition of over $5.6 Billion in goods, services, and construction annually, is seeking to hire business advisory minded professionals. OCP is powered by a robust, diverse team of innovative professionals committed to improving the quality of life for District residents and visitors by supporting the unique programmatic needs of over 77 District Government agencies through contract and procurement with industry.
Our Procurement Training Institute (PTI) offers thousands of classroom hours each year educating and training OCP employees in procurement best practices, current laws and regulations and business advisory skills when engaging with Districts agencies and the vendor community.
OCP’s resourceful team also identifies ways to reuse millions of dollars in surplus property by offering it to District agencies, and when there is no need within the government; our team allows businesses, non-profits and sometimes individuals to purchase government surplus assets at deep discounts.
OCP’s team of professionals has made the District of Columbia a cutting-edge leader in contracting procurement practices across the nation. 
The Way We Do Our Business
The Way We Treat Each Other
The Kind of Workplace We Have
Quality Involved Outperform
Integrity Teamwork Sustainable
Efficiency Respect & Humility Put Others First
Stewardship Diversity & Inclusion Together & Enthusiasm
Innovation & Transformation Customer Commitment Leadership By Example

Current & Upcoming OCP-HR Events

  • Fall 2018 UDC Job and Internship Fair - UDC Students Only (September 18, 2018): UDC in partnership with District agencies and organizations hosted its Fall 2018 Job & Internship Fair that offered current UDC students the opportunity to engage with business representatives from over 75 career fields. - Learn More About This Event Here - View Event Photos Here
  • DC Hires Vets Event (April 4, 2018): The DC Department of Human Resources (DCHR) in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Veterans Affairs and the DC National Guard on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 hosted its second DC Hires Vets event offering veterans and veteran spouses the opportunity to connect with District and Federal agencies as well as private sector companies. - Learn More About This Event Here - View Event Photos Here

Click Here To Meet The OCP-HR Team

Career Opportunities: DC Office of Contracting & Procurement uses the DC Department of Human Resources website, CAREERS.DC.GOV for accepting job applications. Job seekers are able to:
  • Import and/or upload an existing resume to create their profile
  • Easily access their account from a smartphone or tablet device
  • Create job notifications to receive alerts about new opportunities in their field of interest.
Job Title
Position Details
Contract Specialist (3) – 5016

Incumbents in these positions serve as senior level contract specialists and perform “cradle to grave” acquisition work which includes: planning and completing pre-solicitation, conducting evaluations, selecting vendors, performing contract administration and facilitating award actions.

The positions are located in the District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), in the Department of Health, the Department of Disability Services and The Department of Employment Services. Each incumbent will work under the direct supervision of the Supervisory Contract Specialist.

Closing Date:

Please note carefully the closing dates and times. If you have any technical issues submitting your application, please contact the 24-hour OCTO Helpdesk for Peoplesoft support at 844-450-5726.

The DC Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service or other non-merit factor.

View and/or apply for District opportunities at careers.dc.gov now.