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Supply and Property Management Office


The Supply and Property Management Office (SPMO) is the overall in charge in the acquisition of new properties and equipment, its utilization and the disposition of unserviceable or no longer needed equipment of the University.


As one of the offices under the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration (OVCA). It is composed of three (3) sections: (1) Procurement Section, (2) Property Inventory and Disposal Section, and (3) Central Storeroom.


As a service unit of the University, the SPMO is tasked to carry out the following general functions:

  • Overall processing of procurement requests for supplies and equipment and their corresponding acquisitions;
  • Maintenance of inventory stocks of basic office supplies and their issuances to various requesting units;
  • Maintaining and updating of University property database (excluding buildings and library books);
  • Disposal of unserviceable properties and equipment; and
  • Processing of GSIS insurance payments for University properties.




Schedule of Activities

Public Bidding Schedule for August 9, 2012 (Thursday)
Bid No. Title ABC End-User Status
069N-12 1 lot Subscription, etc. 81,446.50 Law Library Negotiated
079A-12 2 lots Books 101,361.53 CS Library & CSWCD Library Re-Bidding
051N-12 Solar Photovoltaic Power System 450,000.00 CoE-EEEI Negotiated
084N-12 1 lot Baseball and Softball Equipment 552,900.00 CHK Negotiated



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Admin: 981-8500 local 4589
Procurement Section: 981-8500 local 4581/4582 (Cenon)
Property Inventory and Disposal Section: 981-8500 local 4580(Larry Pagaduan)
Central Storeroom: 981-8500 local 4577

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