Procurement Policy Board
The seven member Procurement Policy Board (PPB) adopts, amends, or repeals, administrative rules to carry out and effectuate the purpose and provisions of HRS chapter 103D governing the procurement, management, control, and disposal of any and all goods, services, construction, and HRS Chapter 103F, for the purchase of health and human services. Considers and decides on matters of policy, including those referred to it by a chief procurement officer; audits and monitors the implementation of its rules and the requirements of its statutes.
Vacant Board Positions
Pursuant to Act 173, SLH 2022 (Senate Bill 2383 SD2 HD2 CD1), The following positions are vacant.
- County employee (appointed by the Governor)
- Construction representative (appointed by the Governor)
- Member with five years of general procurement experience (appointed by the President of the Senate)
- Member with five years of general procurement experience (appointed by the Speaker of the House)