The Supply Chain Organization (SCO) oversees all activities related to the acquisition of materials and services and administers procurement agreements for Fluor Idaho. Consideration is given to cost, delivery, quality, reliability, and compliance with all contract requirements, federal regulations, executive orders, and public laws to meet our customer's requirements.
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The ICP Property Disposal Office performs operations to provide property reuse and disposal services. Property reuse includes Fluor Idaho reuse, transfers to other government agencies, or acquisition of excess assets from other government agencies. Disposal includes transferring or selling excess and surplus property.*
*ICP Personnel will not load scrap sale property
Fluor Idaho believes a mature and strong regional purchasing approach will be the catalyst for economic development. Prior to establishing a Regional Purchasing Program, Fluor Idaho will meet with local businesses to discuss concerns and ideas for regional development as well as collaborate with community leaders.
Fluor Idaho will leverage funding to the Idaho National Laboratory Site to keep maximum dollars in the community. Businesses within the eastern Idaho region will be eligible to compete to provide goods and services over the life of the contract.
Fluor Idaho will establish business alliances with regional vendors and businesses to generate new revenue streams. Alliances will provide development assistance and opportunities for regional small businesses and vendors