The Georgia Department of Administrative Services provides a number of services Georgia's cities can take advantage of. In the videos below, DOAS employees explain some of the services available to local governments.
Contracts at the statewide level offer state and local governments a variety of products and services at competitive prices. This webinar reviews the state contract process and how local governments can take advantage of this program.
State Indemnification Program
This DOAS program provides a financial benefit for designated public officers and public school personnel who are disabled or killed in the line of duty. This webinar reviews the program.
The Georgia Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) is responsible for the redistribution and disposal of state personal property and serves as the State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP) for the federal personal property disposal program. This webinar takes a look at DOAS' federal and state surplus programs.
Fuel Card Program
DOAS' Fuel Card Program, provided through Wright Express (WEX), is a solution for managing fleet fuel needs. The program provides a no cost fuel management solution for local governments and offers state and local governments a universally accepted fuel purchasing card for making fuel purchases at more than 7,000 locations in Georgia and 170,000 locations throughout the United States.
DOAS' Purchasing Card (P-Card) Program simplifies day-to-day purchasing activities while enhancing cost-effectiveness. The P-Card streamlines payment and purchasing procedures, reduces the administrative burden traditionally associated with small dollar value purchases, and allows for quicker receipt of goods. State and local governments can benefit from using the P-Card by eliminating purchase order paperwork. The P-Card offers more accountability through consistent and timely reconciliation processes and electronic management controls. The P-Card is honored by all merchants who accept VISA, and there are no annual, transaction, or reporting fees.