The Procurement and Property Management Office (PPMO) performs the procuring and property management function of the university. The office executes its procuring function in support to the Bids and Awards Committee and in conformance to Republic Act No. 9184 or otherwise known as Government Procurement Reform Act and its 2016 Revised Implementing Rules and Regulations, Government Procurement Policy Board (GPPB), Department of Budget and Management (DBM) circulars and guidelines. For its property management function, the office follows the guidelines set by the Commission on Audit (COA) and DBM on disposal of government property.
The Procurement and Property Management Office establishes and reviews policies, processes, and procedures to determine and procure goods, services and infrastructure projects of the university in accordance to statutory and regulatory requirements.
The services of the Procurement and Property Management Office include procurement; receiving, acceptance and issuance of equipment, materials and supplies; coding and tagging of property; inventory of equipment and physical assets; inventory of demolished materials; and disposal of unserviceable property of the university. For inventory and disposal of property, the office executes the decision of the Property Inventory and Disposal Committee created for that purpose. These services are documented according to the internal and QMS requirements.
The property of the university includes buildings, workspace and associated utilities, process equipment (hardware and software), and supporting services such as but not limited to transport, communication, and information systems.
The Procurement and Property Management Office aims to support the fourfold functions of the university in instruction, research, extension and production through the procurement of goods, services, and infrastructure projects and the management of properties and equipment.