2011 ORS § 283.110¹
Furnishing by state agency to another state agency of services, facilities and materials
  • services, facilities or materials furnished to other persons
  • rules

(1) Subject to rules prescribed by the Oregon Department of Administrative Services, any state agency shall, as its own facilities permit, furnish to any other state agency such services (including labor), facilities and materials as are requisitioned by the head of another agency. The expense shall be charged to the agency served, which shall pay the expense to the agency furnishing the services, facilities or materials in the manner other claims are paid. Agencies shall, as far as practicable, cooperate with one another in the use of services, quarters and equipment.

(2) Except as provided in ORS 283.076 (Oregon Department of Administrative Services Operating Fund) (3), all moneys received by an agency in payment of services, facilities or materials furnished to another state agency as provided in this section, or in payment of services, facilities or materials furnished to other persons may be, or if required by the Oregon Department of Administrative Services, shall be paid into the State Treasury for deposit to the credit of the miscellaneous receipts account established pursuant to ORS 279A.290 (Miscellaneous receipts accounts) for the agency furnishing the services, facilities or materials.

(3) The constitutional state officers and the Legislative Assembly or any of its statutory, standing, special or interim committees, unless prohibited by law, may elect to furnish services, facilities and materials to one another and to state agencies and officers as defined in ORS 291.002 (Definitions), and the courts, constitutional state officers, the Legislative Assembly or any of its statutory, standing, special or interim committees and the Public Defense Services Commission may elect to requisition services, facilities and materials as provided in this section. [Formerly 291.658; 1981 c.106 §18; 1993 c.500 §40a; 2003 c.449 §36; 2003 c.794 §230]